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Doomsday Match, Jeff Wheeler

This week's podcast review comes from this blog review of Doomsday Match.  Check out this episode!
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We Are Family by Beth Moran

Today's podcast review comes from this blog review of We Are Family.  Check out this episode!
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Mica and Starlight – Interview with Meg Newberg

Meg Newberg was born in Mexico and grew up north of Tucson, AZ. She spends her days making art, dancing, traveling and spending time in nature. To learn more about Meg, see megnewberg.com  You can purchase Mica and Starlight at:  Bookbaby: https://store.bookbaby.com/book/mica-and-starlight1  B&N: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/mica-and-starlight-meg-newberg/1143668327 Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Mica-Starlight-Poems-Sonoran-Desert/dp/B0C8CB2ZM3  Check out this episode!
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The Plantagenets, Dan Jones

Today's podcast comes from this blog review of The Plantagenets.  Check out this episode!
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The Gap and the Gain, Sullivan and Hardy

This week's podcast comes from this blog review of "The Gap and the Gain."  Check out this episode!
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The Echo of Old Books, Barbara Davis

Today's podcast comes from this blog review of The Echo of Old Books.  Check out this episode!
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The Bird and the Sword, by Amy Harmon

Today's podcast comes from this blog review of The Bird and the Sword.  Check out this episode!
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Caves of Glass RELEASE WEEK

Today's podcast is about my new high fantasy release, Caves of Glass, which you can pick up here! Here is the back cover copy:  The illegitimate son of a peasant, Rion of Tryferos has very limited prospects with only one remarkable talent: when he plays the lyre, he ushers in the supernatural balm of peace to all who hear. This turns out to be his ticket into the palace, where he nightly plays for the restless, rejected king. King Hector of Tryferos is paranoid, because he knows his days on the throne are numbered. What he doesn't know is that his anointed successor is Rion. Princess Genevieve is a spare to the throne of Mageia, shunned by all but her mother out of fear of her magical gift: she possesses the power to manipulate the thoughts and desires of those around her. But Ginny would do anything just to be normal. When a fulfilled prophecy of her mother's untimely death also foretells that Ginny will ascend the Mageian throne, Ginny wonders whether she has any control over her own fate at all, or whether everything is predetermined. Both Rion and Ginny are drawn to the forbidden Caves of Glass at the icy pinnacles that border their two perpetually feuding nations. According to legend, the Caves are either a place of strange forbidden magic, or else a place where all deception is stripped away, leaving only clarity and truth in its wake. As Rion flees for his life and Ginny struggles against her destiny, in the Caves of Glass, they find both each other, and themselves. Check out this episode!
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The Longevity Solution, Fung and DiNicolantonio

Today's podcast comes from this blog review of The Longevity Solution.  Check out this episode!
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Just Haven’t Met You Yet, Sophie Cousens

This week's podcast review comes from this blog review of Just Haven't Met You Yet.  Check out this episode!
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