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Give the Gift of reading. The greatest tool to increase the abilities and sharpen the mind is by giving a book to someone and letting their imagination soar to make believe worlds, fantasy adventures, and escapes of all kinds. Give a mind a chance to stretch.

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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 10

He was still at least five miles inside the Shadowlands. Once he went the rest of the way he could open a portal. But he still had to get there, and he had to get Morcandon to that room in the Fortress. He had gone another three miles and stopped to rest, he was almost… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 10

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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 9

  Bartok had departed from the Fortress and had gone to Storm Haven. He was going to enter into the South by boat, and had realized that until he got into the South, he needed to conceal his identity. Once he had arrived in Storm Haven, he had used Magic to conceal his Robe and… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 9

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When Atlantis was young, before Noah built his Ark, was the time of Magic: Wizards and Sorcerers battled the forces of the Black Necromancer, Morcandon the Black, his Dark Mages, Warlocks, and the Demon Hoard. The Wizards are all that stand between the Free Lands in the North of Pangea, and the Dark Lands of… Continue reading The Sorcerer Chronicles Series – on sale starting December 1, 2017 each book will be available separately for .99, and then $1.99 from December 1 – 8, 2017

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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 8

Each of the Wizards faced off with one of the Dark Mages, they gave the Mages the first attack. There were lightning bolts cast, the Wizards had learned the power of their sigils, forming their sigil with their empty hand, they absorbed the lightning bolts, then using their staff, they sent a blast back, this… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 8

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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 7

They had risen and were preparing to leave when a Griffin landed, and spoke to Bartok. They had an incursion into an area near the rock cliffs where the Griffin’s made their home. They had fought them back, but they needed help and if they didn’t get it soon, they would be overrun. Bartok told… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 7

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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 6

They had flown through the night; no one knew how far they had come. The sound of the air rushing past their ears was maddening. They had all gotten incredibly cold and they were all looking forward to landing somewhere, making a fire and drinking some hot tea. They had travelled farther than Sarzon could… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 6

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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 4

The first battle took place a month later. They had followed the direction of Bartok, and had stayed until they were all at full strength, and when they left the Fortress, they had all their weapons, armor, staffs, amulets, rings, and the Dwarf made shirts on, and they had left the wine, mead and ale… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 4

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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 4

They travelled north through the Free Lands, the people were relieved when they saw them. They were helpful in locating the Chimeras and Manticores. The Dwarves had already found the trail of the Goblins and had marched off to vanquish them. They would destroy the nest and all that were in it, and when they… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 4

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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles

He had spent his youth training with the Wizard. He had never known anyone who had the power to manipulate time, weather, the elements, and beasts of all sorts. He was the one who stood between the people of Pangea, and the dark forces the Mages wielded to subdue and enslave the people. He was… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles

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The Captive of Embrellon – 10

They were in their respective offices. Jason was not only the swordsmanship instructor, but he was now over all of the first year cadet training. Vesarra was over their next six-month block of training, flight school and gear making. They had to learn to make their own saddles, saddle bags, rifle scabbards, saddle pouches, stirrups,… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 10

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The Captive of Embrellon – 9

As they began to enjoy their new life together, and made plans for what she would be doing now, they were called to the Seers room by Whitlaw. It sounded urgent. They went as quickly as they could and entered the room and took their places along the couches with the rest of the Senior… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 9

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The Captive of Embrellon – 8

Jason had immersed himself into his new position, he made sure he taught his students well. He had buried his past and had come to terms with all of it. He felt whole again, and his life was going forward now. He had been back for six months and he was enjoying the life he… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 8

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The Captive of Embrellon – 7

They had done all they could do to prepare, they had made their plans, Harlow had made his sacrifice, and now Jason was set to face the last swordsman in the contest. He still didn’t know who it was he would be facing, and he was concerned, he thought he had witnessed all the matches… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 7

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The Captive of Embrellon – 6

history, and to keep good records. I have some here in the ward room. Records I have kept and a journal I write in daily. But we need real archives, specialists in the field. Persons whose sole duty is to make sure our knowledge and history are preserved. That made Yoran smile, he already made… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 6

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The Captive of Embrellon – 4

Lantana had felt Shamira and Knala fall, it shook her to her core. She ran out of the Seers room as fast as she could run. Braela hot on her heels, they cleared the main doors and jumping into her saddle with her weapons on, she and Braela took flight. They were headed to where… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 4

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The Captive of Embrellon – 3

When he was brought into the audience chamber, he listened politely and when the Marn were finished praising Shandarro’s victory, he asked for permission to speak. Shagon waved him forward, and Jason began. “On my world when we have issues, we settle them with swords, in personal duels. I would be willing to enter your… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 3

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The Captive of Embrellon – 2

Jason was sitting in a cell on the ship. He was alone, in grief and his only consolation was that he was still able to hear Shandarro on the link. At least that still worked. He was sitting on the bunk in his breechcloth, they had taken all of his other clothes, and he knew… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 2

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The Captive of Embrellon

Chapter 1 It had been five years since the Marn had last been to Embrellon. Skagos had died while leaving the planet. He had destroyed his own ship and troops, rather than return to Marn disgraced, wounded, and maimed. They were an unusual race of beings. They were savage, war-like, and only interested in personal… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon

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Infinities Gate – 5

Rising from the well, the six companions exited the gate and left the cellar. Taking the winding staircase back up to the manor proper, met by Lady McLeod and her husband, James, the six companions related the tale to their host. The adventure had taken four days in the realm of the Gods but a… Continue reading Infinities Gate – 5

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Punishment or Forgiveness?

Most people I have met believe that God is far off, that His purpose in creation is to punish us; when in all reality, his purpose is to forgive. Christ, God manifested in the flesh, came not that the world should be condemned, but that through ALL would be saved. It brings us to this understanding,… Continue reading Punishment or Forgiveness?

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The Twins of Embrellon – XIII

Chapter 12 Jason had been escorting Risa for four days and they were almost to the Temple, her shortcut was incredible, it had shaved at least five days off the trip. They would arrive soon. By evening. He was ready to be home for a day or two. Before leaving on this mission his father… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – XIII

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The Twins of Embrellon – XII

Chapter 11 Lantana had been working hard to make all the new things that they were capable of doing to work efficiently, they were spending time learning how to calm their minds, to sort out the voices, and separate the Free Skree from the Guardians. There was a subtle difference in the way they spoke.… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – XII

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The Twins of Embrellon – XI

The next morning, while he and Shamira were eating Shandarro said that he and Knala needed to hunt, and did they need fresh meat. Jason checked their supplies and said some fresh meat would be nice. Shandarro said they would be back soon. When they left, Jason sat next to Shamira and said “When we… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – XI

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The Twins of Embrellon – X

Chapter 10 Jason and Shandarro had been on Scout patrol for almost a month, they had met with Regulon, learned much about each other, and had become a cohesive team. They followed every lead they had, kept an eye on the sky for alerts to Marn presence, and used the Bonding Cave as a base.… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – X

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The Twins of Embrellon – IX

Chapter 9 Jason, Sharma, Shandarro, and Knala were travelling north, Jana had told him not to go to the Armory, but go straight to the Bonding Cave and use it as a base for him and Shandarro to work from. She also told him that they would be near to where Jamar was and if… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – IX

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The Twins of Embrellon – VIII

Once they had enjoyed their meal of roasted Auroch, with a rich gravy, roasted tubers, and kaba, they settled in to relax and enjoy being together. The evening had been quiet up to that time, and then Braela spoke, “We have had a lot of changes happening lately and it is the eve of the… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – VIII

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The Twins of Embrellon – VII

  The next morning, they were all on their way to fulfill their given duties. Yoran went to oversee the crossbow construction and placements, the Twins were off to train Guardians how to construct the bows and make arrows, and then train them to use them. Anyone could use a crossbow, just point and shoot,… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – VII

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The Twins of Embrellon – V

Chapter 5 They flew straight to the Bonding Cave from Yoran’s house. It was a quiet flight, they had learned so much from the Vatarian, and he was ready now for his life to be over, and had done as much as he could for the Guardians, and for all of Embrellon. He was one… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – V

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The Twins of Embrellon – IV

Chapter 4 Jason and Lantana were preparing to leave the cave discovery with their Ranger Leader’s. The training was critical for any Guardian, and they were as prepared as they could be. They were heading to the Bonding Cave where their father and Regulus had been bonded. They knew that what happened that day twenty… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – IV

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The Twins of Embrellon – II

Chapter 2 It was a new day for all of the cadets. Today, they were to begin Ranger training. They had done the initial flight training, learning how to make a battle saddle for the Skree, making armor for them, and learning how to pack their gear for travel. The last thing that you wanted… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – II

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The Twins of Embrellon

Chapter 1 It was early, the Sun had just risen. Dawn was fading and the early morning mist was dissipating. Lantana stood at her window, looking outside and wondering what today would bring. She was sixteen, and today, she would be on the hatching ground hoping to bond with a new born Skree. Her father,… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon

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Getting a thought into a storyline

When setting down to write your story, you should have an idea of where you want to go with it. Some stories, seem to write themselves, other stories takes planning, outlining, etc..., but all of them come from a thought. The thought doesn't usually take the form of a complete story, it begins as a… Continue reading Getting a thought into a storyline

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Do you believe that C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia are books that Christians should read?

Christian themes[edit] Main article: Religion in The Chronicles of Narnia A convert to Christianity in later life, Lewis had authored a number of works on Christian apologetics and other literature with Christian-based themes before writing the Narnia books. The character Aslan is widely accepted by literary academia as being based on Jesus Christ.[60] Lewis did… Continue reading Do you believe that C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia are books that Christians should read?

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My faith called into question.

I found out today that someone has called my faith into question. I am posting this in response to that belief. I found salvation at the age of 20 on April 1, 1984. I have live a repented life, I do write books that contain sorcery, magic, demons, wizards, angels, fallen angels, Nephilim, mythical creatures,… Continue reading My faith called into question.

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You’ve done all your pre-release work, and now what?

Before your book hits the market, i.e. for sale, you need to set up all your marketing avenues, get reviews, have beta readers read your work, at least ten people.  Then while it's available for pre-order, get your reviews ready and post them to all your social media accounts and develop a following. If you… Continue reading You’ve done all your pre-release work, and now what?

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You have a story in mind, now how do you get it written? Part 1

I've shared my personal story, first story I developed, and the first book I published. My intent was to inspire anyone who is an aspiring writer, to write your book. It doesn't matter if it is a great story, good story, a biography, personal journey, poetry, or any other type of book. It is your… Continue reading You have a story in mind, now how do you get it written? Part 1

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Personal Testimonial of God’s Grace

John R Moore Author – Biography In July of 2011, John R Moore was walking down one of the streets in Visalia California, and when stepping down off the sidewalk and into the street to cross, his back seized up, he had herniated three disks. This caused him to be unable to work and with… Continue reading Personal Testimonial of God’s Grace

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The Guardians of Embrellon – Finale

Chapter 13 Jatar watched the demonstration in reserved silence, then instead of calling for a volunteer, he took the staff himself, and formed the shield, and prepared to fire. He was by far the worst of all the Guardians at holding the shield and focusing the energy, something he didn’t spread abroad, if he could… Continue reading The Guardians of Embrellon – Finale

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Infinities Gate – Chapter 2

2 They arrived on the Isle of Skye two days later they had to wait for the ferry to return they missed the launch by an hour. They got rooms for the night at a local inn and spent the day learning about the area of Scotland and its history while exploring the hills and… Continue reading Infinities Gate – Chapter 2

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The Guardians of Embrellon – XXI

He learned that there had been times in the past that Skree had turned against their own, betrayed them to others, and those had died. It was rare, but it had happened and when a Skree was bound to a Brellon, it was harder for them because they would follow the Brellon even when they… Continue reading The Guardians of Embrellon – XXI

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The Guardians of Embrellon – XX

They had been in the cave for six days, and Jazar told the men to get their gear together, they would leave tonight. The plan was to fly five hundred kilometers west, find a hiding place, then go south until they reached the tomb. All the men were a buzz. They knew the importance of… Continue reading The Guardians of Embrellon – XX

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The Guardians of Embrellon – XIX

After a week, they had thirty staffs, and now it was time to test them with the cadets. Jatar wanted the cadets to test it before he introduced it to the seasoned Guardians. His reasoning was if an unskilled cadet could use the staff, then a fully trained Guardian would be able to use it… Continue reading The Guardians of Embrellon – XIX

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The Guardians of Embrellon – XVIII

Chapter 10 Chrylos and Cartan arrived at Lantana’s tomb and began searching behind the statues, in the corridor, the secret room where he and Catya found the bracelets, the corridor went on for another twenty meters, and even though they didn’t find any more rooms, he was sure they were there, they just hadn’t figured… Continue reading The Guardians of Embrellon – XVIII