Cenoc, the self-styled Lord of Latimus, is on an inspection tour of his country's military keeps when he is told about hidden treasures that could make him even more powerful. So begins the warleader's descent into darkness. Few dare oppose Cenoc's will, even as they witness his growing madness. However, a remnant stand in his way: a newly knighted young man who is soon torn between his mission and an overwhelming desire for revenge; an enchanter-initiate who finds himself facing terrors even greater than the danger of opposing Cenoc; a teen Outworlder from Earth who has been gifted with the Earthbow and told he will learn its purpose--just before his mentor abandons him.
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Jeremy Robinson has posted an article on basic marketing for writers, including the main secrets of his own success! Check it out at http://www.jeremyrobinsononline.com/2010/03/marketing-101.html
And speaking of Jeremy, there's a new review of his novel Kronos at Splashdown Reviews: http://splashdownreviews.blogspot.com/2010/03/kronos-by-jeremy-robinson.html
At Novel Journey, Mike Duran has started a discussion on the definition of Christian fiction from the example of Tolkien. "How many great Christian writers, musicians and artists are not embraced by the Christian subculture simply because their work does not adhere to a predetermined template?" http://noveljourney.blogspot.com/2010/03/is-lord-of-rings-christian-fiction.html