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Tristram and Isolde: A fantasy poem

In winter she was wed to him, in white and gleaming gold Her skin was fair as frozen dew, her features without fault. Her lips were red as robin’s blood, her voice as soft as silk But when she smiled he turned away, as though she made him ill. The morrow’s morning, bright and fair, he rose and slipped away, ...

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“Stitched Crosses: Crusade” Launching Kickstarter SATURDAY with Live Q&A

From the official press release: Tomorrow (November 1) marks the launch of the Kickstarter campaign to raise the funds needed to complete needed revisions to Stitched Crosses: Crusade, The Audio Drama. The author of the superhistorical series, Josh Radke (n.d.p. ‘Joshua Rothe’) will be available on Facebook in the early afternoon to answer questions about his story, Crusade, and the ...

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New From Grail Quest Books: Ryus Conflict (Reviewed)

Greetings fair travelers of the Perilous Realm!  Today I bring you another book review from the fine folks at Grail Quest Books.  This one is a short sci-fi work called Ryus Conflict.  As per usual, let us begin with a brief plot overview. Ryus conflict takes place in the distant future, with humanity in the first stages of expanding farther into the galaxy ...

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Key – Reviewed.

Key is the first effort from Australian artist and author Kylie Leane and published by our good friends at Grail Quest Books.  At just over 500 pages and a story that combines fantasy, science-fiction and scattered references to pre-Christian mythology and a cast of roughly a dozen significant characters, it can certainly be said that this tome represents a fair amount ...

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"Chronicles of the Children: Key" – The First Book from Kylie Leane

From Grail Quest Books: On November 5th, Grail Quest Books is excited to present the international debut of Key, the opening novel in Kylie Leane’s the epic fantasy series Chronicles of the Children. Livila is a world distraught in its anguish, slowly being torn apart, through an unknown, unnatural force. The aboriginal races of the lands dwell in ignorant bliss ...

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Battle of Phobos: Mavericks Pt. 2

Mavericks Pt.2 The Titan Deception Hail and well met again Free Folk!  We are back with the final review for the second book of The Battle of Phobos: Stretti. This time we again follow the adventures of charming rogue extraordinare Jack Wilgress.  This time he isn’t on a simple rescue mission though.  Through threats and manipulation, our hero has been ...

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Battle of Phobos: Mavericks Pt. 1

Mavericks: Firefight at Overwatch Command The charming rogue has become a familiar figure in modern fiction. Han Solo, Indiana Jones, Green Arrow, modern renditions of Wolverine, Dash Rendar, Jack Sparrow, Malcom Renalds and others all present a picture of someone who has spent time on the darker side of life without being wholly corrupted by it. Despite the life they ...

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Battle of Phobos: Gongen Review

Being that I enjoyed the Earther books of the Wars series from Grail Quest Books so much, I decided to download and read the Gongen books to see how they fare.  And I must say, though very different and slower paced than the Earther books, they fared quite well indeed. The Great Journey by:  Sean P. Williams In the first ...

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Battle of Phobos: Earthers Review

Greetings fair travelers of the perilous realm!  Grail Quest Books has recently released the second collection in their series of Wars books.  These books are based on an old trading carding card series from Decipher about an ongoing conflict between the corporate entities of Earth, the collectivist Gongen of Mars and the cybernetic and hyper-individualistic Mavericks.   The Battle of Phobos ...

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Greater Good Review

Greeting friends! Today, we’ll be sitting back to take a look at the most recent offering from Grail Quest Books, Greater Good by Nathan P. Butler. You may remember Mr. Butler from my reviews of his contributions to the Warsseries of books, also published by Grail Quest. In those books, Butler impressed with his ability to develop meaningful characters with ...

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