Moonshadow’s Guardian

Dianna Gunn has crafted an awesome world with vivid characters and an intense storyline that sweeps you away in this dark fantasy. Book One of the Moonshadow Rising Duology (World of Omicaer Novels) is a definite must read! It also makes a great gift for the holidays.

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Dianna Gunn’s Moonshadow’s Guardian

Toronto based freelance writer and fantasy author Dianna Gunn never says die and she forges ahead with energy and determination. This talented woman is dedicated to bring dreams to life. And she will with her new work Moonshadow’s Guardian. This 90,000 word book is a sword and sorcery novel that aims to subvert and surpass…

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Journey’s End by Joshua Pantalleresco

  Why do we write? I mean, we can say it’s about fame, fortune, but as someone that has been talking to authors, publishers, and editors for quite some time on my podcast Just Joshing (https://jpantalleresco.podomatic.com for those that want to check it out) most of us write for the simple reason that we seek…

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Review: For The Memory of Dragons

For the Memory of Dragons by Julie Wentzel When I first picked up this book, I didn’t know much about the author or the story. It was a fantasy, mystery, and romance; those elements were enough to intrigue me. The fact that there were dragons (one of my favorite fantasy creatures) was an added benefit.…

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Nietzsche, Dragons, and Fighting for Success by S.G. Rogers

In this guest blog post, S.G. Rogers talks about the craft of writing and what to do with rejection.  I hope that you all enjoy it as much as I did!–Chris “What does not destroy me, makes me stronger.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche My sword and sorcery fantasy novel, Tournament of Chance: Dragon Rebel has just…

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