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Blind protagonist headlines new YA novel

Work has begun on the next Leopard King Saga intermediary novel to be called “Stone Ram.” This book will be YA in nature and feature a blind adolescent hero called Fabian SilverSword who hails from the Kingdom of Rek.

“Stone Ram” will be the 3rd and final intermediary novel after “Kill Zombies” and “The Bloody Ripper.” It will set the stage for the second Leopard King novel due out this summer.

“Stone Ram” is scheduled for release in late April. More details will be released when they become available.

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Favorite book titles of all time?


There are thousands of great books written down the centuries that are timeless, and the titles that define them. So which titles, and there are sure to be many, stand out best in your minds? And why? What is it about these titles that has made this book timeless in society? Or for that matter timeless in your heart and soul?

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2014 set to be another busy year for book releases worldwide


Many new novel ideas are in place for for the new year. 2014 shall see the release of the last two prequel books of the prequel trilogy setting the stage for the second Leopard King novel, slated for release in Summer 2014.

So what books are you looking forward to reading in 2014? More Vampires? Zombies? Urban Fantasy or Steampunk?

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Some interesting facts about the Roman Empire


Since my debut novel, THE LEOPARD VANGUARD, takes place during the time of the Roman Empire, I thought it would be fun to explore some interesting facts about the world’s most famous empire.

1) At its zenith the Roman Empire stretched from Britain to North Africa and parts of the Middle East.

2) The first four Emperors were called the Julio-Claudians (Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius) because they were from the same dynasty.

3)Romans were advanced in infrastructure, building useful aqueducts, roads and sewage systems that still stand today.

4)Latin was the official language spoken throughout the empire.

5)Freed slaves had the opportunity to become citizens.

6)There were two distinct classes in Roman culture: the Patricians were the elite class, while the Plebeians were the common, free citizens of Rome.

7)Since only the wealthy could afford meat on a regular basis, the staple diet consisted of bread and corn.

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