Tag Archive | sword & sorcery

Partners in Crime and Fate

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Hearts once cold Beat anew With hunger and passion For a world That once was a shadow * Meals regain taste Warmth of sun on the skin No longer cold The pair indulge in sensations That once were memories * The past they share Revived in quips and chats…

Teaser Tuesday: Life After Baron Kernaghan

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Cover Art by Sean Harrington Took me a while to figure out a worthwhile excerpt from Quest of the Brokenhearted and I decided to show a little of what Kira Grasdon has been up to.  I’m hoping I took enough to show the proper context.  The full section was too…

Vampirizing Animals: Is It Going Too Far?

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Nightmare This topic always come down to the system and if it’s even possible.  Most times, the vampire infection is human-only, so it makes no sense for animals to get turned.  Those that appear to be are really ghouled or under magical control.  So, is there any history of…

So You Want to Be a Dawn Fang: Tips By Mab

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Brujah from Vampire: The Masquerade Is that supposed to be me?  I’m not nearly that pale and that clunky necklace would get in the way when I’m stealing stuff.  That woman ever hear of a comb or brush?  Whatever, I’m in a mood because this shouldn’t be done by…

Legends of Windemere: Tribe of the Snow Tiger is Live for Pre-Order! #ASMSG #fantasy #Bookboost

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Now Available on Amazon for Pre-Order! Coming to your Kindle on June 1st! Cover Art by Jason Pedersen Timoran Wrath has a shameful secret that is about to see the light of day. The noble barbarian has always been a constant source of strength and wisdom for his beloved…

Big News! Legends of Windemere: Beginning of a Hero is #FREE! #fantasy @amazon

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Cover Art by Jason Pedersen Every hero must take the first courageous step into adventure. For Luke Callindor, it’s more of a blind stumble. Depending more on bravery than common sense, Luke sets out to protect a royal heir who is attending the prestigious Hamilton Military Academy. With a…

Guest Post by John W. Howell: Thriller Writing vs. Fantasy Writing

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
I am thrilled to be here on Charles Yallowitz’s blog today. Charles is one of those nice people who continually supports his fellow authors. He offered to let me post in support of the introduction of my next book titled His Revenge. When we were discussing the subject of…

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