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Preview — Fimbulwinter by E. Fimbulwinter Daniel Black 1 by E. William Brown Goodreads Author. Fimbulwinter Daniel Black, 1 4.
Summoned to a world in the midst of apocalypse, Daniel Black would have his hands full just staying alive. Add in refugees, desperate soldiers, scheming nobles and a pair of thoroughly wicked witches, and life is going to be very busy indeed.
Good thing he has magic of his own to even the scales. But will even that be enough? This novel contains graphic violence, Summoned to a world in the midst of apocalypse, Daniel Black would have his hands full just staying alive.
This novel contains graphic violence, inventive sex, unconventional opinions and a protagonist who has no interest in being normal.
Read at your own risk. Kindle Edition , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Fimbulwinter , please sign up. Steven the author said sometime near the end of april or the beginning of may it should be done being proofread and he'll release it.
Yeah, gotta admit, this held my attention. I started reading at this morning and finished it by When is the next one? I wish for book 4. See all 7 questions about Fimbulwinter….
Lists with This Book. May 17, Gareth Otton rated it did not like it Shelves: This is another one of those books that have received great reviews and I can't figure out why.
The story is completely lacking in the basic story telling elements that all good stories need. The characters are wooden and one dimensional, there is no clear sense of setting and I never felt like there was actually any substance to the book.
Everything happens in such a poorly thought out way it is very jarring. For example, when the main character is visited by a goddess and gets magic powers befo This is another one of those books that have received great reviews and I can't figure out why.
For example, when the main character is visited by a goddess and gets magic powers before being transferred to another world he never once questions the validity of what's happening to him and he goes from a human being with no magic to a wizard in full control of his powers with no learning experiences.
There is a brief head nod to him having played a lot of video games but that doesn't come close to the amount of knowledge he just happens to know considering he has trained as a coder.
I am fairly easy going as a reader. I am happy to overlook a lot of flaws if the underlying story is good. But this one is just too much wrong with it to keep reading.
The only thing I can say about it that is positive is that at least it's short. In spite of the other reviews for this book, my recommendation is to steer clear.
View all 6 comments. Jul 26, Morhib rated it really liked it. I normally avoid reading stories where a person from a modern world get's thrown into a fantasy setting.
The pace of the book was swift and never really allowed time for your mind to wander as the story moved from scene to another without lingering on any one moment.
And that was great for me as I wasn't looking for something elaborate to read. The st I normally avoid reading stories where a person from a modern world get's thrown into a fantasy setting.
The story is told in 1st person through Daniel but that didn't impeach other characters depth and involvement, which is usually the case with 1st person writing.
This is a indie book and there were the odd typo found here or there but nothing extensive or detrimental to the story. But it didn't border to gratuitous levels although it was pretty close.
Also in the story woman are more or less treated as sexual objects and are mostly vivacious sirens.
I didn't like that and I can imagine feminist liking it even less. But I can see what the author was thinking. He based his fantasy world on a medieval type setting and woman weren't treated equally during those times.
Conclusion A fast, exhilarating story that's ideal for those looking for something quick and fun to read.
I rather enjoyed this book, despite some of its flaws, but I can easily imagine it not being to others taste. Aug 25, Iori rated it it was amazing Shelves: The best The best I loved the fast paces action and depht of the characters, the story was just too short.
I can't wait for book two. Aug 25, Omair Chaudhry rated it it was amazing. I actually really enjoyed this book, even though it did have some heavy sexual overtones.
The writing style was solid, good dialogue, character and world building. I can't wait for the sequel!
I'm on the hunt for more books where the protagonist from a modern world is thrust into an old-world-fantasy theme.
View all 14 comments. Jun 26, DWR rated it did not like it. Wish fulfillment, porn and an absurd story. What more could you want? Quite a bit, actually.
There is no point in criticizing the author. I wasted my time reading this book based on its reviews and the fact that Amazon had it on its list of featured books in this category.
This is yet another example of how customer reviews on Amazon too often inaccurately reflect the actual quality of the book.
This book was objectively terrible, yet it has 4 stars with people giving it 5 stars. For those wh Wish fulfillment, porn and an absurd story.
For those who gave it 5 stars, what possible criteria could you have used? What are your standards? Do you have any? Sep 18, CygnusCrux rated it liked it.
Let me start out by saying that I've never written a book review before, nor have I ever imagined that I would. Then of course I stumbled across the conundrum known as Fimbulwinter.
I have to admit that this is one of those strange trans-genre books that defies the conventional boundaries of both of its constituent genres, being fantasy fiction and erotica.
Due to the somewhat unconventional mishmashing of these elements, I felt that the parts needed to be looked at individually rather than as a Let me start out by saying that I've never written a book review before, nor have I ever imagined that I would.
Due to the somewhat unconventional mishmashing of these elements, I felt that the parts needed to be looked at individually rather than as a whole before I could give any sort of a fair rating.
Here following, I'll try to break down the soft core parts for a better assessment. Fantasy - 2 stars Generally when I think to rate something, absolutely unreadable trash receives a 1 and if I can actually manage to finish the book, that at least qualifies it as a 2.
As you can see, according to my rating there really wasn't much here in the fantasy realm. The plot then proceeds to move on at a hyper-drive pace with barely enough details to fill in the large gaps in plot and vaults the main character into the main story with little fanfare.
So let's discuss the story then, shall we? The biggest and potentially fatal gripe with this story is that every single challenge or dilemma is solved by some sort of deus ex machina solution within about 3 paragraphs, with little thought given to integrating the how-so or solution into the context of the given world.
Without spoiling anything, it would appear to the reader that the MC had everything figured out from every possible angle even before it presented itself in the narrative.
Essentially every plot device is incredibly contrived and no character really strays outside of their prefabricated 2 dimensional trope.
That being said, how did I ever imagine to finish reading this and why did it not receive a single star? Erotica - 4 stars This novel is at heart a pulpy, smutty Nora Roberts copycat but from a decidedly male perspective.
Love interests are all impossibly gorgeous but with that one little character flaw that drives the plot, the members of opposite sex are overly-simple lust beasts trying to paw their way into the main characters knickers and the sex dialogue is so over the top and ridiculous that you can't help but chortle every three paragraphs or so; which is approximately how often raunchy fornication enters into the plot.
The only difference here between your classic pulp romance novel and Fimbulwinter is that the gender roles have been swapped somewhat.
Timid man brutally savaged by porn goddesses almost against his will! Well, you get the idea. In this novel, the women are ravenously randy and built like adult film goddesses, and what about the female characters whom aren't made to look like a Marilyn Monroe Amazoness you may ask?
Well, there's a plot device for that No seriously, there is. This is a land where all other men are terrible chauvinists but the MC has retained his equality minded 21st century values.
Except of course when view spoiler [ he refers to his harem with demeaning pet names and takes you into monologue-land assessing their assets every time he looks at them.
I'm fairly certain that I'm not the only one who snickered when they found out where one of the main characters keeps her "magic.
If you want something to make you shake your head and think "WTF!? There is a synergy here that makes the reader leave the novel thinking that it was better than it really was or maybe it was the just ridiculous "climax" HA!
I'll probably pick up Daniel Black 2, but it certainly won't be for the intriguing narrative. Dec 02, Ralf Demuth rated it it was amazing.
All main characters are super gorgeous and live promiscuity. That aside the plot is more interesting than I'd expected, a modern day gamer and not-so-successful programmer loses his job and girl friend rather messy break-up and out of nothing receives the chance to be transferred to a medieval-style world and pick up some magic on the way.
The best is how he starts fixing things magically by showing surprising skill The bad? The best is how he starts fixing things magically by showing surprising skills in everyday arts like excavations, quantum physics and construction.
Jul 20, Ty Cole rated it really liked it. Good read Good read I liked this book. It has an interesting slant on magic and the roll of power in feudalism.
Sex plays an important role in the relationship of the main characters. I look forward to the next book. Jun 23, David Foster rated it really liked it.
This book is well written, with good pacing and a light-hearted feel that sucks the reader in and keeps you entertained.
The main character is well done, and the supporting characters are interesting, if not particularly realistic. There are two problems in the book: The sexua This book is well written, with good pacing and a light-hearted feel that sucks the reader in and keeps you entertained.
The sexuality is more of a distraction than anything that adds to the story. It'll pull in the young male audience, but although pervasive, it stays pretty tame.
As for the main character's development, there really isn't much. He quickly adjusts to the fact that he's entered a new world, quickly masters his powers, and is ready to go.
It's a light-hearted romp, so how much struggle and strife can a person expect? And it is a fun story that kept me interested.
With a little care and time, I think the author has the writing talent to have made it even better. May 06, Stephen rated it it was amazing.
This is such a fun book. The storyline is interesting and absorbing. I would recommend this book for anyone over the age of being comfortable with sexual content.
Its not overly sexual but probably not for children. Don't look for huge moral issues etc. Aug 31, Stanley Dawkins rated it it was amazing.
Very easy read This book is well written. At first I thought the main character might be over powered , but the author have him plausible weaknesses.
There is, good character development as we learn more about their motivations. And they show growth. In the end though the book is every man's fantasty.
Jul 04, Bec rated it did not like it Shelves: I didn't finish it. There was to much of that immature fantasy that all females exist for sex and that is all they think about and expect from life This really reads like a script for a low budget porn flick.
There is 0 depth to the characters or the plot, if you can call it that. Sep 03, John R. Don't judge a book by it's cover also, SEX!
Now that that's out of the way, lets get onto the review: I was reading the Gor series and chatting with a friend about it when they suggested this book, I accidentally one clicked it on amazon and figured meh it's only a few bucks I'll give it a shot.
I'm very glad I did. The story starts out with Daniel Black living his boring life in suburbia but that part is short lived fortunately.
Almost immediately our protagonist is thrust into a world of magic oh Don't judge a book by it's cover also, SEX! Almost immediately our protagonist is thrust into a world of magic oh and sex did I mention sex?
The magic in Fimbulwinter actually feels like magic, it feels powerful, our Hero isn't some 10 year old clumsy, scrawny kid Ender, Bean, Eragon, Will, Arya This was one of those books that I just couldn't put down, I'd tell my self OK just to the end of the page OK fine finish the chapter Oh also there are some sexy bits in there I'm not talking about subtle either, some of the scenes could come straight out of a porn or one of those novels you see in those adult stores.
Jul 25, Lazybee rated it did not like it. This book tried too hard. It cramped too much fantasies into the story.
When I say fantasy, I don't mean the dragon wizard fantasies, I mean the sexual fantasies. Jun 21, Stuart Stuple rated it it was amazing. This is just a really fun book to read.
In order to build anything you need a supply of the correct atoms. This is a bit harder than it sounds, since advanced technology tends to use a lot of the more exotic elements as well as the common stuff like iron and carbon.
So any colony with a significant amount of industry needs to mine a lot of different sources to get all the elements it needs. Asteroid mining is obviously going to be a major activity, since it will easily provide essentially unlimited amounts of CHON and nickel-iron along with many of the less common elements.
Depending on local geography small moons or even planets may also be economical sources for some elements. This leads to a vision of giant mining ships carving up asteroids to feed them into huge ore processing units, while smaller ships prospect for deposits of rare elements that are only found in limited quantities.
Any rare element that is used in a disproportionately large quantity will tend to be a bottleneck in production, which could lead to trade in raw materials between systems with different abundances of elements.
Some specialization in the design of the ore processing systems also seems likely. Realistic nanotech devices will have to be designed with a fairly specific chemical environment in mind, and bulk processing will tend to be faster than sorting a load of ore atom by atom.
So ore processing is a multi-step process where raw materials are partially refined using the same kinds of methods we have today, and only the final step of purification involves nanotech.
The whole process is likely different depending on the expected input as well. Refining a load of nickel-iron with trace amounts of gold and platinum is going to call for a completely different setup than refining a load of icy water-methane slush, or a mass of rocky sulfur compounds.
Of course, even the limited level of AI available can make these activities fairly automated. With robot prospecting drones, mining bots, self-piloting shuttles and other such innovations the price of raw materials is generally ten to a hundred times lower than in real life.
Unfortunately, practical devices are a lot more limited. A typical industrial fabricator for personal goods might have a flat assembly plate, covered on one side with atomic-scale manipulators that position atoms being fed to them through billions of tiny channels running through the plate.
On the other side is a set of feedstock reservoirs filled with various elements it might need, with each atom attached to a molecule that acts as a handle to allow the whole system to easily manipulate it.
Unfortunately, if we do the math we discover that this marvel of engineering is going to take several hours to assemble a layer of finished product the thickness of a sheet of paper.
The process will also release enough waste heat to melt the whole machine several times over, so it needs a substantial flow of coolant and a giant heatsink somewhere.
This is complicated by the fact that the assembly arms need a hard vacuum to work in, to ensure that there are no unwanted chemical reactions taking place on the surface of the work piece.
Oh, but that means it can only build objects that can withstand exposure to vacuum. The usual way to get around the speed problem is to work at a larger scale.
Instead of building the final product atom by atom in one big assembly area, you have thousands of tiny fabricators building components the size of a dust mote.
Then your main fabricator assembles components instead of individual atoms, which is a much faster process. For larger products you might go through several stages of putting together progressively larger subassemblies in order to get the job done in a reasonable time frame.
Unfortunately this also makes the whole process a lot more complicated, and adds a lot of new constraints.
The other problems are addressed by using more specialized fabricator designs, which introduces further limitations. If you want to manufacture liquids or gasses you need a fabricator designed for that.
If you want to work with molten lead or cryogenic nitrogen you need a special extreme environment fabricator. If you want to make food or medical compounds you need a fabricator designed to work with floppy hyper-complex biological molecules.
Despite their limitations, fabricators are still far superior to conventional assembly lines. Large industrial fabricators can produce manufactured goods with very little sentient supervision, and can easily switch from one product to another without any retooling.
High-precision fabricators can cheaply produce microscopic computers, sensors, medical implants and microbots. Low-precision devices can assemble prefabricated building block molecules into bulk goods for hardly more than the cost of the raw materials.
Of course, fabricators are too useful to be confined to factories. Every spaceship or isolated facility will have at least one fabricator on hand to manufacture replacement parts.
Every home will have fabricators that can make clothing, furniture and other simple items. Many retail outlets will have fabricators on site to build products to order, instead of stocking merchandise.
These ad-hoc production methods will be slower than a finely tuned factory mass-production operation, which will make them more expensive.
But in many cases the flexibility of getting exactly what you want on demand will be more important than the price difference, especially when costs are so low to begin with.
So does this mean all physical goods are ultra-cheap? Products like spaceships, sentient androids and shapechanging smart mater clothing are going to be incredibly complex, which means someone has to invest massive amounts of engineering effort in designing them.
Unfortunately, one of the things that nanotechnology allows you to do much better than conventional engineering is install tamper-proofing measures in your products.
Obviously no defense is perfect, but this sort of hardware protection can be much harder to beat than software copy protection. Add in the fact that special fabrication devices may be needed to produce advanced tech, and a new product can easily be on the market for years before anyone manages to crack the protection and make a knock-off version.
All of this means that the best modern goods are going to command premium prices. The same goes for bots, androids, personal equipment and just about anything else with real complexity to hide.
Which is still a heck of an improvement over paying a hundred grand for a new BMW. Aside from low manufacturing costs, one of the more universal benefits of nanotech is the ubiquitous use of wonder materials.
Drexler is fond of pointing out that diamondoid materials i. Materials science is full of predictions about other materials that would have amazing properties, if only we could make them.
Well, now we can. Perfect metallic crystals, exotic alloys and hard-to-create compounds, superconductors and superfluids - with four hundred years of advances in material science, and the cheap fine-scale manipulation that fabricators can do, whole libraries of wonder materials with extreme properties have become commonplace.
So everything is dramatically stronger, lighter, more durable and more capable than the modern equivalent. A typical car weighs a few hundred kilograms, can fly several thousand kilometers with a few tons of cargo before it needs a recharge, can drive itself, and could probably plow through a brick wall at a hundred kph without sustaining any real damage.
Another common feature is the use of smart matter. This is a generic term for any material that combines microscopic networks of computers and sensors with a power storage and distribution system, mobile microscopic fabricators, and internal piping to distribute feedstock materials and remove waste products.
Smart matter materials are self-maintaining and self-healing, although the repair rate is generally a bit slow for military applications.
They often include other complex features, such as smart matter clothing that can change shape and color while providing temperature control for its wearer.
With better materials, integrated electronics and arbitrarily small feature sizes, most types of equipment can also make use of extreme redundancy to be absurdly reliable.
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Richard Baxter, an English-born officer, was appointed as the new commander. The Hercules engaged in combat with the Spanish warships Esperanza and Carmen.
A land attack was organized and at that moment William Brown ordered the fife and the drum to play "Saint Patrick's Day in the Morning", which really boosted the troops.
On 20 April , Montevideo was blocked by Argentine forces. There were no other major engagements until 14 May, when combat started, but the sea conditions stopped a full attack.
Brown resolved to attack the formidable Spanish squadron with his ill-equipped flotilla of seven ships. On 8 March , Brown took his ships to sea and within 48 hours, he was engaged in a furious battle.
Brown failed to win possession of the island, and his flagship, Hercules , was badly battered and ran aground. The Spanish commander took his ships to Montevideo pursued by Brown whose naval forces were increased by the addition of three armed merchant vessels.
The Spanish blockading squadron was now blockaded itself by Brown and his fleet. Montevideo was threatened with starvation. Brown, pretending to retreat, drew the Spanish forces away on 14 May from the protection of the fort guns, and two days afterwards, an engagement took place in the course of which Brown's leg was shattered by a cannonball.
Undeterred, he continued to issue orders and direct operations while lying on the deck of Hercules. In a panic, the Spanish squadron sailed for shelter to port, but three of the ships were captured.
The battle continued for Brown well after Argentina claimed victory. Assisted by Hippolyte de Bouchard , he chased and harassed Spanish shipping not only in Argentine waters but also on the west coast of the Americas and throughout the Pacific, much to the consternation of the Argentine investors of his ships.
Stranded on an island and exhausted from fever, news arrived that he was to be court-martialed on his return to Argentina. He returned to England, where he fought a legal and political battle, which he won with the support of his allies.
He returned to Argentina and had Hercules gifted to him. William Brown took up farming and enjoyed 14 years of contented and happy family life.
Uruguay had been a bone of contention between Spain and Portugal for three centuries and now played the same role in relations between Argentina and Brazil.
On 14 December , war broke out between Argentina and Brazil. The Argentine authorities had neither an experienced admiral nor a fleet, with all their energies being deployed into land campaigns along the borders.
The coast seemed invisible, and Brown had long campaigned for an operational fleet but was ignored and labelled a "foreigner" by most of his opposition, which had turned from the "blue shirt" of the union to the "red shirt" of the federation.
Then his chance finally came. He was once again coaxed from his retirement by the "cap in hand" opposition to save the port of Buenos Aires.
Brown accepted his commission and with a team of chaulkers, he started building and equipping a fleet, as best he could. The Brazilians initiated operations by blockading Argentina, which, under Brown's guidance, improvised a new naval squadron of which he took command.
Before the battle, Brown said two of his most memorable quotes: He also took its commander prisoner.
On 11 June , the Battle of Los Pozos took place between the Argentine and Brazilian forces in view of Buenos Aires, Argentina having only eleven ships as opposed to Brazil's thirty-one warships.
Later, he fought in the Battle of Monte Santiago , and peace of a sort followed, with Brown acting as Argentine commissioner when the Treaty of Montevideo was signed on 4 October Factional disputes within Uruguay led Argentine leader Juan Manuel de Rosas to support his friend, the deposed Uruguayan president Manuel Oribe , in the civil war between the Blancos supporting Oribe and the Colorados.
Brown returned to active service and defeated his former officer John Coe in three engagements near Montevideo. After pursuing the Uruguayan up the river, Brown forced a landing and his marines brought the Uruguayans to action.
Many men on both sides knew one another from previous engagements and a minority of Brown's men, having gained the advantage, took personal vengeance on a prisoner, emasculating him.
Brown became enraged and, tolerating no cowardice among his men, severely punished them using the infamous "gauntlet" technique.
The men were stripped and walked between two lines of their comrades who beat them with rods, with some killed.
Brown, refusing to accept the victory because of the dishonour brought upon the battle by his men, used his influence to have Garibaldi released from prison where he was awaiting trial and certain execution.
Brown used a saying on such occasions when loyalties were in question: Honour in the line of duty was important to him, and his services to his adopted country were seen in the favour to Garibaldi, who would years later name one of his grandchildren "William" after Brown.
When access to Paraguay was blocked in , the United Kingdom and France entered the conflict on the Colorado side. After the fall of the Rosas regime, many naval officers found themselves discharged but not the Commander of the Navy.
Brown remained honoured for his long and loyal service to the nation. Retiring to his villa, Casa Amarilla at Barracas , Brown was visited by Grenfell, his opponent in the Brazilian war, who remarked how ungrateful the Republic was to its good servants; the old Admiral replied: On 3 March , he died and was buried with full military honours.
Commemorative stamps showing him were issued in by the Irish government,  and in , and by the Argentine government. Since the mids, a replica of Brown's sword has been worn by Admirals of the Argentine Navy.
One such replica is on display in the National Maritime Museum of Ireland. The original is in the National Historical Museum of Argentina.
Statues and memorials of Brown's battles are located in both Buenos Aires and Foxford, his birthplace in Ireland. I brought away with me a clear sense of just what a significant figure William Brown is in Argentine history as well as a real idea of just how strong the links are, past and present, between our two countries".
Located in Casa Amarilla , a replica of Brown's house in La Boca neighbourhood, the Brownian National Institute Instituto Nacional Browniano was created in for "research and study the nation's maritime history and naval interests, and cooperate with both the Argentine and Irish governments in the investigation of William Brown's life and military achievements".
The centre is based in Buenos Aires, with branches throughout the country. Also, a substantial number of Argentine warships and political entities have been named after him.
Ireland became the first team to win this after defeating Argentina 46 points to 24 points. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article is about the Irish-born first admiral of Argentina. For other people named William Brown, see William Brown disambiguation.
Founder of the Argentine Navy , William Brown is considered a national hero in Argentina, with more than 1, streets named after him.
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Yup I completely agree I'm keep on searching black coven into amazon of course with no luck but still hoping it will come out early.
Nah, i say we chip together for a bio lab to flash-grow an army of William clones. Once those have matured and start toiling in our secret underground sweatshop the writing and editing time per book should drop dramatically.
I just bought it!!! Had to switch my account from India to US. Thanks for the tip Jirun! I owe you a beer. It's making it to the Amazon sties outside the US.
Just bought it on Amazon Germany. I got darn lucky, just read Fimbulwinter for the first time on monday. Nice to get a sequel this quick. Will you be doing a post for errors we find like you did for Fimbulwinter?
I just looked at amazon, and Black coven is ranked 4th in epic fantasy. Right behind George RR Martin. Loved black coven BTW When do you think book 3 will be released???
Come on you know that your thinking it to, I just asked. It was a good read. Not constructed as well as the first book, but still a very good read.
How about those book 3 teasers? Very good book though, I really enjoyed it. I do have to say that I was disappointed with Avilla as a character in this one.
In Fimbulwinter I really enjoyed what I considered to be the three main characters, and while Daniel and Cerise were still great in this, Avilla seemed to fall a bit flat.
Read it and re read it. As good as i had expected but feel could had been even better. I only request that you release the third bok soon i know full well how absurd my request is for a writer , cant wait for the sequel.
Thanks for the awesome work william. Can't wait for book 3. Would like to see daniel use his magic on animal.
Like use it on sheep to make its wool grow faster or bigger pigs. Offensive magic for Elin could be high pressure water cutter.
Very enjoyable although it feels a little rushed. There's at least a typo? Is there any map that could clarify Daniel's strategic position, like maybe that Kazolin comparable with Hamburg in our world?
Bit of a technical issue with the bullets in that they don't work like that. Lead is soft but very dense. Bullets are jacketed in steel because that prevents the lead from deforming in flight and under the high acceleration of the chamber and barrel of a firearm.
I have enjoyed both books in the series. I am looking forward to the next book. I think the concept, world construction, and characters are strong enough to stand on their own.
I find the graphic sex to be an unnecessary distraction. I just skip over it. I just discovered the series last week, they are the first books since the Harry Potter series that I stayed up all night reading because I just couldn't put them down.
Can't wait for the next book in the series. See the latest post -- it's summer. Aim for August 31, hope for earlier. So will audible or any other audiobook Company be releasing the Daniel Black books ?
I am rather ticked that only book one is available. Just finished books and am really looking forward to how he manages to kill a goddess.
When will book 4 be due? Sunday, April 26, Status Update. I'm pleased to announce that Black Coven is complete.
I'll be preparing it for publication and doing some final proofreading over the next few days, and I expect the book will be on sale before the end of the week.
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