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Crimson & Cream Blog Tour, with bonus DIY Tips!

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As you may know, I released a second edition of Crimson & Cream last week and also kicked off a blog tour in conjunction with the e-book launch. If you somehow avoided my deluge of gratuitous self-promotion thus far, Crimson & Cream is a classic swords and sorcery coming-of-age adventure set in a traditional fantasy world.

This is where you can find me on the interwebs the rest of the month:
Read Between The Lines - July 5Tome Tender - July 5Tales From The Fifth Tower - July 7The Unexpected Path - July 7Fabulous and Fun - July 8Buried Under Books - July 10Our New Generation for Reading - July 11Dante Eternal's Virtual Bookshelf - July 12Fairiechick's Fantasy Book Reader - July 13A_TiffyFit's Reading Corner - July 15Crystal's Random Thoughts - July 16Books with Leti Del Mar - July 18Fantasy Book Lane - July 22BrokenTears Cover to Cover Reviews - July 24Dalene's Book Reviews - July 25 Now, as promised, my simple tips for blog hopping (from a rank amateur, admi…

Crimson & Cream (re)releases Today!

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The 2nd edition of Crimson & Cream releases on Amazon & Smashwords today! Crimson & Cream is a Classic Epic Fantasy; A Swords & Sorcery Coming-of-Age Adventure set in a Traditional Fantasy World.
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Hounded by watchmen, trolls, goblins, and a relentless bounty hunter, thirteen-year-old Jetsam dreams of the day he’ll no longer have to run for his life.  A victim of circumstance burdened with an interminable unlucky streak, each sunrise ushers in more difficulty for the resilient adolescent.  An avalanche of life-changing events forces him to boldly decide his future.
In the mountain city of Dwim-Halloe, Eidryn and Elvar were born twins to teachers at the city’s revered School of Sorcery. When the new king outlawed magic, the boys’ parents were murdered. Their deaths forfeited the siblings' magical birthright and made them home…