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amieireneamieirene   December 03, 2016   235   0

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R.A. Salvatore- My favorite author of the 1990s
 
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Matthew WhiteMatthew White   December 03, 2016   398   0

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One of the books that define who I am and what I liked growing up was The Crystal Shard by R. A. Salvatore. I was 17 when it was published in 1988. I was already a huge comic book fan at that age and as you can tell continue based on my entire website here at www.fantasyworldwriter.com a fan of the fantasy and SciFi genres. I fell in love with The Crystal Shard because it seemed to be so much more than the typical fantasy book. The main characters were such amazing individuals not because of...
36 Hours to Save the President
 
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LincolnNovel   June 10, 2016   549   0
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36 Hours to Save the President
 
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LincolnNovel   June 09, 2016   497   0
I have been asked, "What made you write this type of story?" There are over 15,000 books about Abraham Lincoln. What sets my story apart from those is that I thought it would be interesting to examine the dynamic between Abraham Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth in the hours leading up to the assassination. The introduction of a fictional third person examines the interaction between Booth and Lincoln almost as if the three of them were entwined in a type of dance. As the morning of April 14th dawned, no one could have foreseen the events...
Ken Scudero- one of my first author promotions
 
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Matthew WhiteMatthew White   April 27, 2016   537   0
Hi all, Ken Scudero is one of the first author's that I ever started to communicate with back in June of 2014. At that time he had just published his second book, a dystopian genre titled Missing Tomorrow. I was only about one month into creating fantasyworldwriter.com yet he took a chance on me and we developed a promotion for his new book. I have posted my review of Missing Tomorrow below which was my first ever review of a dystopian book. Ken and I continued to keep in touch even though...
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