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Visiting a Wounded King

Sometimes, in the middle of all this work, it’s easy to forget how I got to where I am today. What books, what early efforts, helped pave the way to the writer I am today. 174 more words

Martuk The Holy

From "Of the Universal Sepulcher of the Creator" by Denny C. Franke

The primary religious faith for humans in the Kingdom of Pexate and other states that were once part of the northern Crimson Empire is the Universal Sepulcher of the Creator, also known as the Universal Sepulcher, the Sepulcher of the Creator, or the Sepulcher of the One. 553 more words


The Dark and Forbidding Land - Chapter 11 Excerpt

Cissy left the parlor, passed through the foyer, and picked up the bag of rock salt by the door before going outside. Once in the garden, she began walking up and down, spreading the salt on the cobblestone paths and the stepping stones. 769 more words


Excerpt: Some Things Never Change by Ola Ekechukwu. Xlibris Corporation, 2013

The Echoes of Twilight:

The fiery cold wind hit hard against my face as I sat in the passenger side of the car, staring out the window. 984 more words


from the prologue of Sundering of Empire

Donehogawa’s village along the Mohawk River – July 1767

Donehogawa, venerated chief of The Wolf Clan was dead.  He died peacefully in his sleep with his wife Onatah beside him.  220 more words

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“You have any enemies?” Chief Gray asked.

“None that ever wanted to dump a body on my lawn,” Kramer said, his gaze drifting to a framed photograph of his father on the mantel.

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Not a game: The incredible rise and unthinkable fall of Allen Iverson

Excerpted from Not a Game: The Incredible Rise and Unthinkable Fall of Allen Iverson by Kent Babb. Published by Atria Books. Book can be purchased online at… 5,987 more words