Look what was just published!

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It is here! An epic tale of the white man and Indians as told by Andrew Joyce. I have already read this book (lucky me!) and can tell you I give it a full five stars. It captured my interest and imagination from the very beginning and even though it is a bit longer than most books I read, it kept that interest throughout the entire book.

If you enjoy historical books (and even if you don’t), you should grab this book today – it would make a great weekend read.

Then, you should follow Andrew’s blog – and read his other books (they are all great reads).

Legends of Windemere: Charms of the Feykin LIVE on @Amazon! #fantasy #asmsg

Legends of Windemere

Return to Windemere in Charms of the Feykin!

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To make a champion fall, one must wound their very soul.

Nyx is leading the charge to rescue Delvin and Sari, who have gone missing in the southern jungles of Windemere. Battling through the local predators, the champions are surprised when they reunite in the Feykin city of Rhundar. Instead of captives, the missing heroes have become the city’s rulers and are on the verge of starting a war with those that want to exterminate their new followers. Even with such a noble cause, Delvin and Sari have changed into brutal warlords that may kill each other and their friends long before they step onto the battlefield.

Have Delvin and Sari really changed for the worst or is there a greater threat pulling the champions’ strings?

Grab it on Amazon!

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YELLOW HAIR (Coming soon)

Can’t wait for this to be released!

Andrew Joyce

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Yellow Hair documents the injustices done to the Sioux Nation from their first treaty with the United States in 1805 through Wounded Knee in 1890. Every death, murder, battle, and outrage written about actually took place. The historical figures that play a role in this fact-based tale of fiction were real people and the author uses their real names. Yellow Hair is an epic tale of adventure, family, love, and hate that spans most of the 19th century.

This is American history.

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A sweet deal on Fascination: it’s twofer time!

WHAT THE HELL

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Summer’s over. Bummer. But that doesn’t mean you can’t catch up on your summer reading, and the hottest book this summer is — you guessed it — Fascination!

But to sweeten the pot now that Labor Day has come and gone, I’m offering readers of What The Hell a special deal.

Buy Fascination at any of the price points and earn yourself a copy of any of my other ebooks free. That’s right: it’s a twofer!

Pay at least $3.99 for Fascination, which I’ll deliver straight to your desktop, and select Yesterday Road, Occasional Soulmates, or Town Father in either epub or mobi format.

I realize a lot of regulars around here have already read the other three books, but I’m sure there are some of you who haven’t read all three. Or who haven’t bought Fascination yet. You can always give your freebie to…

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Introducing an Exciting New Author

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Don Massenzio's Blog

I couldn’t be more proud this morning to introduce a new children’s book author.

My daughter, Lillie, has published her first book on Amazon. Her book is called The Scary Tower of Doom, and it’s a children’s book that was written completely by her. We found a great illustrator and now the book is live on Amazon on the kindle and will be out in hard copy later this week.

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A princess, a prince, a witch and a dragon; This story by Lillie Massenzio has it all. The best thing is, it’s a story for kids that was written by one. Will the princess and her friends be rescued? Look inside to find out.

Here is a bit about this new author:

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Lillie Massenzio is eight years old and is a 3rd grader at Cunningham Creek Elementary School in St. Johns…

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The Health Benefits of Reading Fiction – Guest Post…

Time to get healthy – grab a book and read!

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

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Reports suggest that less than fifty percent of people read fiction, and that number may be declining. I was recently surprised to find out that a relative of mine, a middle-aged man, never reads novels and chooses instead to watch podcasts. A close friend told me that she only reads magazines, and someone else said that he hadn’t read a book for years.

That inspired me to list the health benefits of reading fiction. There are so many positive effects that it should be made compulsory. It helps your career path, improves the functioning of your brain, increases your social skills and helps prevent disease. That means there are significant impacts on your physical, social, spiritual and mental health.

The Health Benefits

  1. Young people who read extensively tend to do well at school and university. They often go on to…

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A Pocket Full of Poesies

Have you seen this new poetry book yet? T.J. Therein has just released it – I will be doing a full review in a few days, but let’s just say I loved it! With T.J.’s permission, I have recorded a video of me reading just one of my favorite selections. Take a look – and then go here to buy your own copy.

And because I’m lame and clueless, the only way I could figure out how to add that video is by including a link. But, hey, you should still check it out. Just click here to see the video and hear one of TJ’s poems.