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  1. Krizzirk

    Hi, friends! I noticed that...

    I noticed that a lot of authors like to write their books in trilogy. Why is it so?
  2. Alexandrea

    Good morning from the east coast

    Hello! I am a very introverted person and thus to be social I have turned to online services. I debated writing everything in poem-form but since I am not familiar with any of you yet, I'll refrain for now. I self publish and have done so with seven books (my first series) and am currently...
  3. Babayaga321

    Writing A Series Out Of Order

    Morning all! Okay... here's the problem. Wannabee writer of fantasy coming back to a series of books I have had in my mind for absolute ages (far too long!), and have four books planned for the series. The problem is that, although books one and four have been outlined (not in any great detail...
  4. TWErvin2

    Monsters, Maces and Magic: Date

    Monsters, Maces and Magic: Date, is now available via ebook (various vendors) and in print through Amazon. My publisher has contracted for Jonathan Waters to narrate the audiobook version. He has already narrated the first four books in the Monsters, Maces and Magic series, as well as Thunder...
  5. TWErvin2

    Monsters, Maces and Magic: Pawn

    Today, Oct. 6, is the official release day for Monsters, Maces and Magic: Pawn Monsters, Maces and Magic has been my most successful series to date. You can start with Pawn (it's written as an entry book to the series) or go back to the first novel, Outpost. It can be obtained via various...
  6. ESÛNE, and Those Who Call Her Home

    1. The Eve of the Finolian Era

    A brown owl perched in an ancient tree swiveled its head in a complete rotation towards the center of the forest. Pupils expanded like hungry black holes - something was happening in that unassuming area, but what? Not a thing could be seen or heard, even with hyper senses. Yet, a cowl of...
  7. ESÛNE, and Those Who Call Her Home

    The Portal

    It is straining to fathom that beyond our homes, beyond the layers of precious gases that we inhale and exhale so liberally, beyond our space stations, beyond a moon that pushes and pulls at our oceans, that there is absolutely nothing. A whole expanse of nothing, so contradictory that it makes...