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The Official Aurora: Centralis Blog tour!

February 27, 2015 by
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We’re so excited about the launch of AURORA: CENTRALIS, the fourth instalment in Amanda Bridgeman’s bestselling AURORA series, that we’ve declared March as an entire month of Official Centralis Blog Tour madness! We’ve got so much amazing stuff lined up – articles, interviews, reviews, discounted prices, giveaways – keep an eye out. OFFICIAL CENTRALIS BLOG TOUR SCHEDULE: Monday 2nd March – Just A Guy That Likes 2 Read Wednesday 4th March – Duncan Lay’s Website Monday 9th March - Just A...

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Gaelland – The World of The Last Quarrel, by Duncan Lay

February 26, 2015 by
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The Irish being raided by pirates from the Ottoman Empire? It certainly sounds like fantasy but, while the lands of The Last Quarrel are indeed inspired by Ireland (Gaelland) and the Ottoman Empire (Kotterman Empire), there is also more truth in this relationship than you might think. One of the inspirations for the story was the real-life Sack Of Baltimore, where a small Irish fishing village was completely taken into slavery by raiders from North Africa. And yes, the Ottoman...

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Cover Reveal – The Janna Chronicles by Felicity Pulman

February 24, 2015 by

Love, revenge, secrets–and murder–in a medieval kingdom at war. Forced to flee once more, Janna takes shelter at Wiltune Abbey. She hopes to learn how to read so that she may gain clues to her father’s identity from a letter kept secret by her mother. But even in the house of God there are mysteries to solve. Who is the stranger asking questions about her?  Who stabbed the lord Hugh at St Edith’s fair–and was the knife meant for Janna? …


Life on Mars: As Imagined by Asimov, C. S. Lewis and More

February 20, 2015 by
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When I read that people had been chosen to populate Mars, and that the whole thing would be chronicled on reality TV, I thought it sounded like sci-fi. But no, we’re living in the future. People have long been fascinated with the red planet and imagining what it would be like to live on Mars. C. S. Lewis wrote Out of the Silent Planet as part of his theological sci-fi Space Trilogy. Apparently, Lewis wrote it after a conversation with...

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