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Was just looking inside the Advent of storms. Looks like a well written story- a historical fantasy. Does it have a paperback version too or are you planning one? I thought the chapters were a bit too many though. Something like ten chapters by combining the others might perhaps have been possible.
Hi Vince, Look forward to receiving the email to download the 2nd edition of TNR via Kindle. Look forward to the sequel to this book.
I am not sure about Advent of Storms; I have some fantasy novels that I have not read yet so am not versed in this genre. It is good that you have been given this comparison to Game of Thrones!! That is really something!! Another feather in your author cap!
Vincent, thank your for friending me. As a fellow lover of the sci/fi fantasy/adventure genres I want to recommend a few of my favorite stories for you to consider adding to your wish list: "Planet of Adventure Collection," "Night Lamp," "The Demon Princes Collection," "The Cadwal Chronicles Collection" and the "Lyonesse Trilogy" by Jack Vance, "The First Law Trilogy," "Best Served Cold," and "Heroes" by Joe Abercrombie, "The Riyria Revelations Series" by Michael J. Sullivan, "The Grey Mane of Morning" and "Red Moon and Black Mountain" by Joy Chant, "The Night Angel Trilogy" by Brent Weeks, and last but not least "Tales of the Dying Earth" by Jack Vance is perhaps the quintessential collection of sci/fi fantasy/adventure stories ever written by one of the most revered and awarded authors to write in this genre. The words that come to mind when trying to describe his incredible achievement are: wondrous, magnificent, epic, spellbinding, dazzling, exquisite, inventive, eclectic verbiage, magical, elegant, enthralling, engrossing, imaginative, original, mellifluous pacing, atmospheric backdrops, transformational, fantastical storylines! I read the first story in this collection when i was 11 years old and the others in the ensuing years. Over the years I have read the collection over 20 times, each time reflecting on the joy it brings me and its life changing impact on my reading addiction. Just imagine being able to transform written words from your minds eye into life-like visions and you will then understand the sensual impact of Jack Vance's brilliance! Ironically, because of its unique qualities I have always been protective and therefore reluctant to expose this truly fabulous literary experience to others for fear of diminishing its value to me...a misguided supposition I know, but true never-the-less. So, if you want to take a journey into the unknown and wander through the beautiful worlds as penned by a master scribe then you will want to read this incredible collection of stories and revel in their beatific perfection. Storytelling at its best; a masterpiece......Enjoy and READ ON!!!
Well, I was wondering if you knew anything about cover letters. I've decided to go traditional in the publishing biz, and I need to write a cover letter. Don't get me wrong, I've read books, and I've googled it (in fact I just wrote it but am still fretting about it), but I guess I want your opinion on what a cover letter is about and what it should include. :)
On the otherhand, I was wondering what the publisher part of your job. Are you in a traditional publishing company? Or...I don't know. I want to know more about you being a publisher.
Hi! Thanks for following! Nice shelf! Will be glad to exchange some tips, opiniions, etc in the future! Best wishes! Let the wonderful noise of the sea always sounds in your ears! (a greeting of the water dragons' hunters - my Tale Of The Rock Pieces)
we have three books in common which leads me to believe you have poor taste. thanks anyway for the friend request.
Hi Vincent, After I posted that question to you, I discovered info about your next book(s) from your Amazon Author page. Look forward to them. I am pleased you are using the electronic platform for these; this is my preferred format now. Love my Kindle and this type of media.