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Ever Wish You Had a #Magic Power? Meet a Rising Star of #Paranormal #Romance @AniseRae

Ever Wish You Had a #Magic Power? Meet a Rising Star of #Paranormal #Romance @AniseRae

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Magic and Monster Books for Apprentice Wizards

Magic and Monster Books for Apprentice Wizards

Magic and Monster Books for Apprentice Wizards Welcome Wizards in Training!  As every diligent apprentice (and fantasy fiction writer) knows, one must study gobs of arcane material in order to turn annoying kid brothers into toads, or broccoli into chocolate ice cream – or unpublished manuscripts into bestselling fantasy novels. So today, I’m recommending five […]

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Guardians of Aeld: Meet Raevyn the Wind Sorceress

Guardians of Aeld: Meet Raevyn the Wind Sorceress

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Magic for Newbies: How to Become Invisible

Magic for Newbies: How to Become Invisible

Magic for Newbies: How to Become Invisible So you want to learn how to turn invisible, huh? You came to the right place! In my upcoming novel, Sorcerer and the Spy (Book #1, Wizards of the Wild West series), I describe how the hero, Rogan “Rogue” Dair needs to cross from one side of a […]

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Celtic Verse Influences My Fantasy Fiction Writing

Celtic Verse Influences My Fantasy Fiction Writing

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I confess:  I’m a wannabe Celt. Ironically, I used to think I was born part Irish.  About the time I turned 16, one of my great aunts started researching our maternal genealogy and learned that my great-great (great?) grandfather got his surname altered at Ellis Island – but not on […]

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