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These great fantasy authors have come together in the spirit of Black Friday shopping to bring you some awesome fiction deals. November 24th (6am PST) – November 27th (11pm PST) 17 fantasy Ki…

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Black Friday Fantasy eBook Sale!

She Writes With Love

fantasy_sale_11-16These great fantasy authors have come together in the spirit of Black Friday shopping to bring you some awesome fiction deals.

November 24th (6am PST) – November 27th (11pm PST)

17 fantasy Kindle books for only $0.99 to $1.99 each!

Take a look and find out which worlds are for you. Happy Thanksgiving 🙂

Each book cover is hotlinked to its Amazon listing page & will open in a separate window.

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Saturday Snippet – from Quest of the Dreamwalker by Stacy Bennett — A.D.Trosper

This week’s Saturday Snippet is brought to you by author Stacy Bennett and her new release, Quest of the Dreamwalker. This is the first book in her Corthan Legacy series. This is one I’ve read and recommend. If you enjoyed Dragon’s Call, and if you enjoy fantasy with a dash of romance, you will enjoy […]

via Saturday Snippet – from Quest of the Dreamwalker by Stacy Bennett — A.D.Trosper

Saturday Snippet – from Quest of the Dreamwalker by Stacy Bennett — A.D.Trosper

This week’s Saturday Snippet is brought to you by author Stacy Bennett and her new release, Quest of the Dreamwalker. This is the first book in her Corthan Legacy series. This is one I’ve read and recommend. If you enjoyed Dragon’s Call, and if you enjoy fantasy with a dash of romance, you will enjoy […]

via Saturday Snippet – from Quest of the Dreamwalker by Stacy Bennett — A.D.Trosper

Halloween Traditions

A.D.Trosper

While most people are gearing up for the Halloween holiday by creating or buying costumes, getting things ready to either trick or treat or receive trick or treaters, we are doing something different.

It started years ago when my oldest two boys decided they didn’t want to trick or treat anymore. They were around the ages of seven and nine and just didn’t want to anymore. They’ve never been big candy eaters and after eating a few pieces that night, a few the next day, the bags of candy would lay around practically untouched until we just threw them out. A couple of years later when my youngest was ready to trick or treat, he did it the first year and then wanted nothing more to do with it. We thought about handing out candy, but being the houseful of introverts that we are, who dearly love our privacy, that…

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