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by Donna Huber For the A to Z Challenge, I discussed different book genres/categories. Each day, I gave a few details about the genre/catego...

February 8, 2014

Cover Reveal: Fifty First Times

Coming February 25 from Avon Impulse

Fifty First Times

You always remember your first time…

Fifty First Times is a collection of fictional short stories from a variety of published Young Adult, New Adult, and Adult Romance authors aimed at a New Adult audience. Each story magnifies a moment in two characters' lives that shows the reader their decision to take physical intimacy to a new level, the events leading up to this moment and in some cases, the events that follow. It’s about the couple who decides not to go through with it, the two boys who finally aren’t ashamed, the couple whose wedding night could very well be their last night together, the deaf pair who have no choice but to take body language to a new level, proving that love can exist underneath the external layers of humanity, and of course the two young people fumbling and laughing, getting everything wrong yet making a memory that will never fade.

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Includes stories from: Julie Cross (creator), J. Lynn, Molly McAdams, Sophie Jordan, Roni Loren, Tracy Wolff, Lauren Layne, Andrew Shaffer, Cole Gibson, Myra McEntire, Carrie Ryan, Mark Perini, Gennifer Albin, Lisa Desrochers, Hannah Moskowitz, Lyla Payne, Alessandra Thomas, Melissa Landers,  and Melissa West

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February 7, 2014

Excerpt from The Soul of Jesus by Doug Simpson

THe Soul of Jesus
Gardan rose early, as was his custom. On the one hand it seemed like just another ordinary working day. But it was not. The entire countryside about Bethsaida had been abuzz with unparalleled excitement ever since the two forerunners had spread the word that this mystery man many referred to as The Messiah, this Jew who could heal the afflicted with a word or a touch, would be passing through this day. Gardan would have loved to join the anticipated throngs who would welcome the man called Jesus, but he could not. Duty called. Gardan busied himself in preparing a good lunch for his son and daughter, who, with his son's friend, were going to join the multitudes and wait for this Man of Miracles to arrive. Gardan could never have imagined that he was preparing the most famous lunch in the history of mankind. Here is their story.

Excerpt from Chapter 19 of The Soul of Jesus.

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About the Author:

Doug Simpson is a retired high school teacher who has turned his talents to writing. His first novel, a spiritual mystery titled Soul Awakening, was published in the United States in October of 2011, by Booklocker. It was reissued in October of 2012 by 5 Prince Publishing as Soul Awakening, Book I of the Dacque Chronicles. For further details visit them at
Doug’s works are available in print and eBook format through most bookstores around the world. Soul Rescue, Book II of the Dacque Chronicles was published in November of 2012, Soul Mind, Book III of the Dacque Chronicles was published in January of 2013, and Soul Connections, Book IV if the Dacque Chronicles was published in April of 2013.
His magazine and website articles have been published in Australia, Canada, France, India, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States. His articles can be accessed through his website at 
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February 6, 2014

5 Tools for Creating Graphics

by Donna Huber

Everyone knows the saying "a picture is worth a thousand words". We also know that using other people's graphics for our own benefit can be a violation of copyright. So what is the graphically challenged blogger and author suppose to do to dress up their social media networks? Lucky for us there are some tools out there that can help.

1. Paint
Most computers come with a free basic program. I have Paint. It is pretty simple to use, but what you can do with it is kind of limited. I like to use it to create colored backgrounds and adding book covers or multiple images to the same graphic.

2. Photobucket
I often pair Paint and Photobucket to create my graphics. You use to be able to do more with Photobucket (see this post), but I still use it for background effects and frames. I also like some of the fonts offered. If you need a set size, I find Photobucket makes it easy,

3. PicMonkey
Another photo editor that I know a number of bloggers and authors are using is PicMonkey. They offer some set canvas sizes, including Facebook cover. One of the features I miss from Photobucket is the collage function. Pickmonkey offers it and can be a great way to easily put a number of images, such as covers from a series, into one graphic.

4. PowerPoint
The other day I had a Doh! moment. I was looking at some graphics made by the National Weather Service and realized they were PowerPoint slides. There are a number of open source programs that offer presentation options. I like KingSoft. I've used Open Office as well, but find it kind of buggy.

5. PhotoShop/GIMP
If you have a little time, it would be well spent learning the basics to PhotoShop or the open source program GIMP. They can be a little intimidating, but once you get the hang of it you can make some pretty cool graphics. Do a quick search for Photoshop tutorial or GIMP tutorial and you will find step-by-step guides and even a few YouTube videos.

In my ebook Secrets to a Successful Blog Tour, I offer my own step-by-step guide to creating tour graphics. You can get it at Amazon, Smashwords, B&N, Kobo, and iTunes.

Donna Huber is an avid reader and natural encourager. She is the blogger behind Girl Who Reads and author of the how-to manual Secrets to a Successful Blog Tour.

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February 5, 2014

8 New Books for February 2014

A number of authors whom I have read and review have new books coming out this month. My pile is going to be growing. Are you waiting for any of these? I would love to hear about the books you can't wait to read this month.

Take a Chance
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Abbi Glines comes the story of Grant, the sexy playboy who first captured readers' hearts in Fallen Too Far.

When Harlow Manning's rocker father goes on tour, he sends her to Rosemary Beach, Florida, to live with her half-sister, Nan. The problem: Nan despises her. Harlow has to keep her head down if she wants to get through the next nine months, which seems easy enough. Until gorgeous Grant Carter walks out of Nan's room in nothing but his boxer briefs.

Grant made a huge mistake getting involved with a girl with venom in her veins. He'd known about Nan's reputation, but still he couldn't resist her. Nothing makes him regret the fling more than meeting Harlow, who sends his pulse racing. Yet Harlow wants nothing to do with a guy who could fall for her wicked half-sister, even if there are no strings between Grant and Nan. Grant is desperate to redeem himself in Harlow's eyes, but did he ruin his chances before he even met her?

Available February 25
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Kristen Simmons' fast-paced, gripping YA dystopian series continues in Three.

Ember Miller and Chase Jennings are ready to stop running. After weeks spent in hiding as two of the Bureau of Reformation’s most wanted criminals, they have finally arrived at the safe house, where they hope to live a safe and quiet existence.

And all that’s left is smoking ruins.

Devastated by the demolition of their last hope, Ember and Chase follow the only thing left to them—tracks leading away from the wreckage. The only sign that there may have been survivors.

With their high profile, they know they can’t stay out in the open for long. They take shelter in the wilderness and amidst the ruins of abandoned cities as they follow the tracks down the coast, eventually finding refugees from the destroyed safe house. Among them is someone from Chase’s past—someone he never thought he’d see again.

Banding together, they search for a place to hide, aiming for a settlement a few of them have heard about…a settlement that is rumored to house the nebulous organization known as Three. The very group that has provided Ember with a tiny ray of hope ever since she was first forced on the run.

Three is responsible for the huge network of underground safe houses and resistance groups across the country. And they may offer Ember her only chance at telling the world her story.

At fighting back.

Available February 11
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Sapphire Blue

Has Mara lost control, or has it been taken from her?

Mara Cantor’s life is boring and uncomplicated, and she likes it that way. She has her internship at the museum—a job she shares with her roommate, Davis—and while it is low-paying and occasionally mind-numbing, it gives her all the free time she needs to finish her thesis. And that is just fine.

But when Argent Leeds, the internationally famous playboy and raconteur, visits Mara’s museum, he brings with him the most exciting archeological discovery in decades: the Pazuzu gemstones. Long assumed to be nothing more than a myth by most scholars, the gemstones are rumored to possess mystical powers.

Between Argent, his gemstones, and Davis, Mara’s boring life has suddenly gotten very complicated. Now she is caught up in a sexual adventure that is either the most exciting time of her life . . . or the most terrifying.

Available February 27
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Spilt Milk
The eagerly anticipated new historical novel from the author of 22 Britannia Road: a novel about sisterhood, motherhood, and secrets that cannot be laid to rest.

1913. Unmarried sisters Nellie and Vivian Marsh live an impoverished existence in a tiny cottage on the banks of the Little River in Suffolk. Their life is quiet and predictable, until a sudden flood throws up a strange fish on their doorstep and a travelling man who will change them forever.

1939. Eighteen year old Birdie Farr is working as a barmaid in the family pub in London. When she realises she is pregnant she turns to her mother Nellie, who asks her sister to arrange an adoption for Birdie's new born daughter. But as the years pass Birdie discovers she cannot escape the Marsh sisters' shadowy past - and her own troubling obsession with finding her lost daughter will have deep consequences for all of them...

Available February 6
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The Chase
Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg, New York Times bestselling authors of The Heist, return in this action-packed, exciting adventure featuring master con artist Nicolas Fox and die-hard FBI agent Kate O’Hare. And this time around, things go from hot to nuclear when government secrets are on the line.

Internationally renowned thief and con artist Nicolas Fox is famous for running elaborate and daring scams. His greatest con of all: convincing the FBI to team him up with the only person who has ever caught him, and the only woman to ever capture his attention, Special Agent Kate O’Hare. Together they’ll go undercover to swindle and catch the world’s most wanted—and untouchable—criminals.

Their newest target is Carter Grove, a former White House chief of staff and the ruthless leader of a private security agency. Grove has stolen a rare Chinese artifact from the Smithsonian, a crime that will torpedo U.S. relations with China if it ever becomes public. Nick and Kate must work under the radar—and against the clock—to devise a plan to steal the piece back. Confronting Grove’s elite assassins, Nick and Kate rely on the skills of their ragtag crew, including a flamboyant actor, a Geek Squad techie, and a band of AARP-card-carrying mercenaries led by none other than Kate’s dad. 

A daring heist and a deadly chase lead Nick and Kate from Washington, D.C., to Shanghai, from the highlands of Scotland to the underbelly of Montreal. But it’ll take more than death threats, trained henchmen, sleepless nights, and the fate of a dynasty’s priceless heirloom to outsmart Fox and O’Hare.

Available February 25
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Cat Out of Hell
By acclaimed storyteller Lynne Truss, author of the bestselling Eats, Shoots and Leaves, the mesmerising tale of a cat with nine lives, and a relationship as ancient as time itself and just as powerful.

The scene: a cottage on the coast on a windy evening. Inside, a room with curtains drawn. Tea has just been made. A kettle still steams. Under a pool of yellow light, two figures face each other across a kitchen table. A man and a cat. The story about to be related is so unusual yet so terrifyingly plausible that it demands to be told in a single sitting. The man clears his throat, and leans forward, expectant. 

'Shall we begin?' says the cat.

Available February 27
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Mark of Evil
Economies have fallen, freedom has been suppressed, and peace is a distant memory. The world is falling apart. Joshua Jordan's protege Ethan March, along with Jimmy Louder and Rivka Reuban have been left behind in a world that is rapidly coming under the complete influence of the Antichrist. Technology is growing by leaps and bounds, with BID-Tag implants, robotic police units, and drone-bots flying overhead . . . all designed to control and dominate those who resist the Antichrist's reign of evil. As Biblical prophecy is fulfilled each new day, Ethan and the others in the Remnant struggle to eat, to procure necessary goods, and to avoid the Global Alliance---in short, to survive. But when the forces of evil attempt to pervert the world's most powerful information system to their own sinister ends, eliminating everyone who gets in their way, it's up to Ethan and the Remnant to subvert their dark ambitions. From New York Times best-selling author Tim LaHaye, creator and co-author of the world-renowned Left Behind books, and Craig Parshall, Mark of Evil is the final thrilling chapter in The End series. With high-tech thrills against a background of prophetic events that seem to leap from today's news, this is the story of global tribulations bringing the world one step closer to the reign of the Antichrist and the return of Jesus Christ in glory.

Available February 4
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Nate Rocks the City
Hey New York! Are you ready for Nate Rocks?

Fifth grader Nathan Rockledge has been counting down the days—and meals—until his class trip to New York City. Now that the big event is finally here, he can barely stand the excitement. After all, isn’t this what being a fifth grader is all about? Oh sure, his Mom is one of the chaperones, his annoying sister Abby is tagging along, and that know-it-all classmate, Lisa, will be there as well. However, none of that matters. Not when he’ll be with his best friends, Tommy and Sam.

While seeing the sights, his teacher wants his class to take notes, but Nathan has other ideas. With paper and pencil in hand, Nathan prefers to doodle, transforming himself into Nate Rocks, boy hero. Amid ninja pigeons to fend off, aliens to attack, and the baseball game of the century to save, will Nate Rocks be able to save the day one more time?

Available February 6
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February 4, 2014

Review: A Cold and Lonely Place by Sara J. Henry

A Cold and Lonely Place
I have another book that I've been looking forward to telling you about. I really lucked out during Christmas with some great reads and A Cold and Lonely Place was one of the very best. Sara J. Henry is a new author to me, though she has a previous book in the Troy Chance series. (Some how I've gotten a lot of second books without having the read the first).

When I was contacted about reviewing A Cold and Lonely Place, I knew it would be the perfect winter read and I was not wrong. It's not quite a cozy mystery, but it is not a gripping thriller either. It was, well, perfect. Henry found the right balance for an entertaining vacation read. The only thing that would have made this a better read would have been reading it in front of a roaring fire at a ski lodge. 

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Henry's writing had a element of beauty to it. Like an untouched snowy landscape. It flowed wonderfully and drew you into the story so you felt like you were part of the story. The characters came to life and you may find yourself wishing you could join them at the local pub. Though the story starts with a death in ice, there is a feel good vibe as Troy investigates what happened. There are a number of bittersweet moments as secrets are discovered and the walls people build around them are broken down. 

I'm so glad there is another book in the Troy Chance series because I want more of Sara J. Henry. And though that is book one, I didn't feel out of the loop reading A Cold and Lonely Place (book 2). Henry is definitely an author I will put on my watch list as I don't want to miss any more of her books.

Book info:
paperback (304 pages), ebook, & hardcover
Published: November 2013 by Broadway Books/Crown Publishing
ISBN13: 9780307718426
Source: Publisher
Read: December 2013

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February 3, 2014

Interview with J. R. Barker

The Adventures of the Frog Prince
Where did you grow up/live now?

I grew up in a small fishing village in England, I now live In a lovely valley, still in England.

As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

An Aromatherapist/ masseuse.  Weird choice for a child I know.

Do you have kids and/or pets?

Well I have pets, they are my kids.

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When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? Or, what first inspired you to write?

I used to write with my best friend as a kid. It was fun back then, but school came along and dried up all my enthusiasm.  Years after I’d left I think someone must have added water to my writing needs because it rehydrated.

Where/When do you best like to write?

I do my best writing in the evening, I like to sit by a nice warm fire.  I do have a room I can write in, but it’s too cold in there at the moment.

Do you have any interesting writing habits or superstitions?
If I don’t write clowns will eat me.

When you are struggling to write/have writer’s block, what are some ways that help you find your creative muse again?
I work on something else, or I do something else, but whatever I do I don’t let it worry me.

What do you think makes a good story?
A strong main character.

What inspired your story?
The Frog Prince. I thought why had no-one thought to write a story from the Prince’s point of view? It always struck me that it would be a much more interesting tale to find out how and why he became a frog.

How does a new story idea come to you? Is it an event that sparks the plot or a character speaking to you?
It depends; dreams, odd phrases, short stories that branch off into something bigger.  There is no one well of information or inspiration.

Is there a message/theme in your novel that you want readers to grasp?
That it doesn’t matter how powerful you might be, if you are good and kind it benefits others and yourself.

What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books?
That I could write a book and publish it.

What was your greatest challenge in writing this book?
Imagining I was a frog, it brings it’s own challenges into play. Such as how do things look when all the normal things in life become larger than you? For instance, what is it like to be tiny and be standing in a forest of grass?  How do you get around?
Your body also becomes foreign, how would you react if your tongue suddenly became long and lived coiled up in your mouth?

On a Friday night, what are you most likely to be doing?
Reading/ writing

What do you like to do when you're not writing?
Swimming, walking, anything water based.  In the summer I plan to start running again.

Who are some of your favorite authors?
Terry Pratchett and Garth Nix.

What person(s) has/have helped you the most in your career?
My other half, he’s the one that convinced me to write a story and publish it.

What's the best writing advice you have ever received?
Write for yourself.

What was your favorite book as a child?

If your book was turned into a movie, who would you like to play the main characters?
I’d like it to be animated.
The Princess voiced by Lucy Lou and Prince Leo by Hugh Grant.  The spider is one on his own, I can’t think of anyone famous to fit him.

About the Author

Jo Barker has been writing short stories for many years as a hobby and has now finally published.
Her stories take you on weird and wonderful journeys using a combination of fantasy and strange facts that makes the narrative more engaging.
At the moment she is writing children’s tales but there are plans for other books.
Jo also creates videos with her partner.  You can see some of these videos in her Blog  or you can go to her YouTube channel at The Ian and Jo Show.
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February 2, 2014

Excerpt: Tolomay's World and the Pool of Light by M. E. Lorde

Tolomay's World and the Pool of Light
“Peace of life,” said the chideman as he poured the blue water from the glass urn into the pool.  It was surreal.

“Peace of life.” My response was automatic.

My heart pounded.  For thirteen years I’d trained for this.  Still I was not ready.  The machine’s copper pipes gave off a warm smell that drifted to my nostrils as if precious biscuits were baking in the eating room. The calming scent only made it worse.  I was leaving.

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On display before every citizen in the community, my bare feet stepped the few inches further to the edge of the pool.  Fear haunted my mind.  Shivering from head to toe caused my short golden dress to tickle at the tops of my thighs.  I brushed away the itch.  Goose bumps peppered my arms and legs.  I was freezing.  For a moment, the massive musics and sounds on the stage overwhelmed me.  I was small in comparison to everything here, all present and to this wondrous event.  Through dazed thoughts, my focus returned and I remembered to count to three before placing my foot in the shallow liquid.

With eyes watering, my every heartbeat echoed in my ears.  Never again would my father’s eyes look upon me.  Never again would I feel his warm embrace.  I would so miss his gentle, loving voice.  How would I bear it?  I fought my great desire to turn and dart to him, or steal a look as he sat in his chair upon the stage.  Instead, I kept my step.

There would not be another last goodbye.  We already said it, and he wanted just the one.  It would be my greatest honor to him to leave with the dignity, respect, and position he bestowed upon me, to act older than my meager thirteen years.  I had to be brave and pave the way for the others, as he had instructed.

The tears nearly choked me as I quietly sniffed them back.  I could scarcely see, but chose not to rub the wet away.  Everyone would notice.  More would only follow and my eyes would be closed soon enough.  The time had arrived.  This was no longer wholly my choice.  I was being led by my duty and so had to control my emotions for these last few seconds.

The immaculate stage held static, causing the miniscule hairs on my head to stand on end.  They reached toward the beautiful colored glass of the cathedral roof in the pod community’s grandest room, as if they too wanted to stay.  The urge to run, to escape, consumed me, yet I betrayed my heart, followed my learned directions, and kept my course.

No matter the logic and knowledge in my head, nothing had prepared me for this feeling of claws tearing me apart from the inside out.  I fought off the nausea.  I could not be ill, not in front of the community while representing my father.

The crystal and copper Pool of Light lay before the five of us, with solar panels running from floor to ceiling as the toner’s chorus continued to sing behind us.  The brilliant round majesty beneath my feet, only six inches deep, held the key to our futures and to what would become the whole of humanity.  We were taking these steps for everyone.  Once we left, we could never return home.

Tarron had ordered that we space ourselves just two paces separated, one behind the next.  The four older candidates followed behind me, the taste of anticipation mingling with the hum of energy that filled the great room.  My mind whirled.

‘Keep walking forward… do not turn around,’ father’s words echoed in my head.

I was horrified.  Chills took residence up and down my spine, causing me to shake further.  How would my days unfold without him by my side?  How could I leave him alone?  My heart was dying.

‘The coming light can blind, if you lose protection of your eyelids,’ he had warned.

Think only of your training and the swim, I reprimanded myself against my inert weakness. Focus.  You are leading the others.

I squeezed my eyes closed.

“Your eyes… don’t forget,” I choked out the words, reminding the four following me to keep theirs closed as well.

The desire to see where my feet landed was nearly more than I could endure as I took my next step.  Blindly, trembling as I’d never thought possible, I walked on until a humming of energy engulfed me.  Then a wall of water, warm and flowing, caressed my face and arms and legs until I was drenched in it.  It unnerved me.  I imagined my skin would feel this way if covered with a million tiny insects. That vision sent more shivers.  I rubbed away the feeling.  Fear controlled me.  I was holding my breath. ‘Do not forget to breathe, Tolomay,’ I remembered father’s training. ‘Or you may lose consciousness.’

Barely able to manage my thoughts, I took back my air and continued forward.

A light penetrated the liquid as if they were one and the same.  Much too bright, even with eyes closed, it rained down upon my body as if it were the sun and had no limits.  The burning lasted only a moment and rid me of my chills.  Then I was struck hard in the back by a force that seemed more as power than matter.  It propelled me through the air so fast I almost opened my eyes, but instead fell into a somersault, ending in a stand as I had been trained.

The grasses felt soft beneath my bare feet.  The air smelled completely different...

About the Author:

Author M.E. Lorde grew up in the rural community of Victor, NY, surrounded by farms, orchards, vineyards in neighboring towns, and beautiful scenic views of lakes, mountains and canyons.  Her great grandmother was Iroquois Indian, whose family was deeply rooted in the Great Seneca Nation, upstate New York.  The author’s great-great grandfather, whose family was from Great Britain, was a major contributor toward the ‘Statue of Liberty’s’ pedestal in New York City.  A man and a woman from two different worlds met, fell in love and married and a family was torn apart.  But alas, life goes on.  M.E.’s great grandmother and great grandfather married.  An interesting tidbit- at one point they became great friends  with and then great friends and confidants with author Zane Grey, who from the early to mid 1900’s wrote dozens of books, many Historical and Western.  Rumor has it that you will find the author’s great grandmother in at least one.
An avid reader since childhood (as well as an artist), M.E. has been writing since she could hold a pencil.  She wrote and bound her own book by hand at the age of ten.  Though books have always been a passion, Lorde put writing on hold to raise four children while working in other fields which include a career in law enforcement as well as a director position at a technical college.  With much encouragement from friends and family, she finally decided to follow her real passion and pursue writing full-time.  With her newest release of the Tolomay’s World series, she has found her audience, hitting Amazon’s best sellers list in adventure/romance and adventure/fantasy in December of 2013 as #1 Action & Adventure/Romance and #3 Action & Adventure/Fantasy (Tolomay’s World and The Pool of Light- the first novel in the seven Novel series).
Her time is currently divided between quality time with her daughter, writing, and activities with Indie authors, artists and a civic theatre.  She loves to travel and has seen thirty nine states up close and personal, and lived in four.  While M.E. enjoys the excitement and bustle of city life, she remains a country girl at heart.
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Tolomay’s World is a book series of seven full novels. The first three Tolomay’s World novels, ‘The Pool of Light’, ‘The Mountain of Tegi’, ‘The Splitting of The Trunk’, are currently available in kindle version and soon to be released in soft-cover form. Book 4 ‘Tolomay’s World- The Wall’ is due for release in 2014.

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