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In the Dark Hours of the Night–a #HoldOnToTheLight guest post by Charles E. Gannon

Hold On To The Light is probably advice that all of us c/should live by. But for those whose lives have been harrowed by one or more mental/emotional/behavioral challenges, this phrase achieves the status—and significance—of a mantra. Because in the … Continue reading

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The Other End of the Situation–A #HoldOnToTheLight guest post by Stuart Jaffe

When I was first asked to write this blog post for #HoldOntoTheLight, I agreed without hesitation. Then I tried to write this thing. But it hurt, so I put it away. I tried again, sitting in my office, thinking, staring … Continue reading

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A free preview from James Maxey’s new Greatshadow…

Enjoy the first ever preview of Greatshadow by James Maxey here: http://dragonprophet.blogspot.com/2011/10/greatshadow-preview-bone-handled-knife.html

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Fights, Perils, Barriers, and Annoyances: The art of the middle

by James Maxey http://dragonprophet.blogspot.com/ So, I’m currently well past the halfway mark of the first draft of my tenth novel, Hush. When I started the book, I knew exactly how it began, since it starts just a week after my … Continue reading

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Freebie Friday from James Maxey

Our guest blogger this week, James Maxey, has agreed to share a reprint of his professional short story, “Empire of Dreams and Miracles.” Empire is set in a futuristic Atlantis, similar to the one on display in my dragon novels, Bitterwood, Dragonforge, and Dragonseed.  … Continue reading

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Your Book Would Make a Great Movie! (And Why I Know It Wouldn’t)

by James Maxey My first novel, Nobody Gets the Girl, came out back in 2003. It was released by the now defunct publisher Phobos Books, run by people who had a background in the film industry. I went to the … Continue reading

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