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ADVENTURES OF KNIGHT-HOOD AVAILABLE NOW!

ADVENTURES OF KNIGHT-HOOD AVAILABLE NOW!

We are tremendously proud and very excited to announce the release of our first publication: THE ADVENTURES OF KNIGHT-HOOD By John Reid We have listed it at an exceptionally reasonable price, so that it can be accessible to people of every income range. And in the spirit of Knight-Hood, Mr. Reid is [Keep Reading]

Ashes in the Fall: A review

Ashes in the Fall: A review

Start with a story of a quest for redemption and revenge. Set it against a backdrop of sibling rivalry and blood-brothers. Stir it well with the vicious cycle of oppression and revolt. Season it with the searing loss of loved ones and friends, despair and anguish; then allow the doomed flower of [Keep Reading]

When you write your Great American Novel, think about how it will be adapted for the movies

Sometimes the difference between book and movie is so great as to make the finished product unrecognizable. Sometimes the adaptation is so bad, that the author doesn't want to even be associated with the film. [Keep Reading]

The Elite Forces Division: Who is Knight?

The Elite Forces Division:  Who is Knight?

We are continuing with the Who Is series as we gear up for the release of the The Elite Forces Division by Edward J Stinson Jr. this Memorial Day.  Last week Islander had his chance to shine and he happens to be one of my favs (Can you imagine a black militant man who becomes the [Keep Reading]

The Elite Forces Division: Who is Islander?

The Elite Forces Division: Who is Islander?

  As we get totally amped up for the release of the The Elite Forces Division by Edward J Stinson Jr. this Memorial Day, I wanted to give you guys a sneak peak into the awesome characters in this book!  I’ve been lucky enough to know the author personally and just from the few chapters I [Keep Reading]

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