Monthly Archives: July 2012

EPIC FANTASY 0.9b on Nook & 50% Off Sale

Quick update: as promised, EPIC FANTASY 0.9b is now available directly from the Barnes and Noble Nook store. Celebrate e-reader diversity!

Also, in case you haven’t noticed (and if you’re anywhere near New Jersey, trust me you’ve noticed), it’s summer, which means the Smashwords Summer Sale is in effect. If you go to the EPIC FANTASY 0.9b page on Smashwords, you’ll see a coupon code for 50% off the book, and while you’re there you can also check out thousands of other books also available for 50%+ off. So get reading, people!

Book Review – Century of Sand by Christopher Ruz

Title: Century of Sand
Author: Christopher Ruz (Website, Twitter)
Length: Approximately 120,000 words
Purchase Links: Amazon, Smashwords

As Century of Sand opens, we are presented with a chilling scene: a man, clutching the limp body of a young girl, escapes a castle by cover of night. Nothing is said about who he is or where he is going, but through the language of well-chosen details we sense the seriousness of his crime and the precious nature of his cargo. A glance back over his shoulder makes us feel his anxiety; we are in his shoes now, facing the guards ahead with feigned assurance, knowing that any break in our resolve will spell certain disaster.

And that’s just the first two paragraphs.

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