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Re: Supremacy's Shadow (Grimsnark Scifi Thriller) My copy arrived today.
I was about to open it when Mrs. JMack said, “If you’re to do any of your own writing tonight, put down that book!”

February 09, 2018, 12:04:50 AM
Re: Supremacy's Shadow (Grimsnark Scifi Thriller) Just downloaded on kindle, looking good. Have Twittered for you tebak, changed my name after a hack, but you will recognise my dragons.????
February 09, 2018, 09:15:10 AM
The Knight of Chimera by S. K. Inkslinger! My first ever novel, "The Knight of Chimera", had finally been published! The Knight of Chimera is a fantasy novella (at around 100 pages) set around Gerald de Yefrem, commander of an infamous band of mercenaries, and his quest that will take him across a fantasy landscape and even into our own world. Official blurb:

"Gerald de Yefrem is commander of the mighty Bestia, a legendary band of sell swords whose ferocity in battle is feared throughout all of Eosium. After the death of his father, Gerald finds himself thrust into a world of wonder where nothing is familiar to him. In this strange environment, he must fulfill the prophecy bestowed upon him and wage war against the evil Tainted Ones and their legion of blood thirsty demons. Edited and prepared by Ronin Publications"   

The Knight of Chimera is available on Amazon.com here!: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1983684546/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1518666593&sr=8-2&keywords=The+Knight+of+Chimera

February 15, 2018, 05:10:32 AM
Re: Guest Post: Explosions and FEELINGS! (And More Explosions) Also worth a read if you like FEELINGS, because gosh darn, I sure do, and I think you're spot on. :)
February 16, 2018, 01:53:57 AM
Re: Supremacy's Shadow (Grimsnark Scifi Thriller) @tebakutis
Chapter 12: Falls... I know when a book has grabbed me when I have to put a hand over the right-side page so my eyes won;to cheat over to read what comes next before it comes next.

February 16, 2018, 02:42:26 AM
Re: Depression, Struggles and Light at the End of Every Tunnel Just a little share. Tomorrow I've got my 6-month check-up. I know things are fine, I don't have any symptoms. Yet instead of going to bed I'm here, trying to make myself really tired, so that when I turn off the light I immediately fall asleep without thoughts. The brain is a curious thing... ::)
May 29, 2018, 10:39:41 PM
Re: Depression, Struggles and Light at the End of Every Tunnel @JMack For whatever it might be worth, I respect your strength and stoicism as you ask the hard questions and ponder their answers. Perhaps your father will recover, and we all hope this comes to pass.

I was in a similar situation with my grandfather, who was returned to his home to hospice when I arrived. He died in the deep night, with only myself holding his hand and caressing his brow. He left the world with a kiss on his forehead and my tears on his arm. So far as I have seen, this is as good an ending as anyone can hope for, and better than most by a good way. This stands tall in my memory - my best service to him. And he taught me how to pass with dignity and humor - his best service to me. My point, if I have one, is that on the far side of this pain and doubt there is wisdom and solace. Until you get there, I'll be thinking of you and wishing you strength.

March 12, 2019, 11:37:28 PM
Re: Game of Thrones season 8 (with spoilers)
Is it me or is it just obvious that after they didn't have complete books by George RR to build their scripts on, the series went stupid?
I wouldn't be that harsh, but in my mind things went like this:

D&D sit with GRRM
D&D: "So, where do you see the story going?"
GRRM: "Oh, you know, X does this, Y is actually linked to W, then Z happens and boom! You can flesh out the rest"

D&D go home to write the episodes
D1: "So how was it?"
D2: "X does this, Y is actually linked to W, then Z happens and boom"
D1: "Hmmm right, anything missing? He mentioned something about fleshing out..."
D2: "Nah, this is enough. We've got boom"


May 08, 2019, 08:04:07 AM
Re: Series Suggestion
Thanks! I added Kings of the Wyld to my Kobo. Just saw your books, I never ever talked to a writer before :) How many books do you plan? I want to read it when you finish the series :)

Well hello hello there! There are a few of us on here, including a few names way more recognisable than mine :) If you like some fun science fiction as well as fantasy then @tebakutis frequents these forums a lot too.
I'm being a little unusual in that this series is a duology, so the second and final book is coming out this June. After that it will be something entirely new.

I just read a post about writers in the forum. Some members are reading your books as well. Let me finish my TBR list and I promise to read your book  8)

What do you mean by entirely new? No dragons, no magic, no superpowers, no giants, no elves? Or maybe all of them will be in the series? :)

May 08, 2019, 03:14:49 PM
Re: Series Suggestion Kings of the wyld first, because it is a standalone that just so happens to have a second book. And that second book stands alone too.

It's hilarious and refreshing because it embraces and pisses on all the tropes in turn. Of all the books you have it'll take you the least time.

May 08, 2019, 05:21:02 PM