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This book is fantastic! I hope you continue writing!
Thanks Kat! I certainly plan to keep writing–I’m working on my next book at this very moment.
Just finished the book. What a great read. Hope to see more soon. Actually stopped by to see what else you had. Thanks Much.
I’m not easily impressed, but I found the story compelling enough to find it hard to put down and the characters real enough to move me. Well done! Keep writing!
Thanks, Kat! I hope my next book lives up to this one for you.
Loved every minute it! Please write more!
Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it, and there’s more coming (even though I’m terrible at posting about my progress).
I just wanted to let you know I greatly enjoyed reading this book. There are a few authors that I have a hard time putting down. I am looking forward to reading more from you. Great job and thank you for a very well writen and captivating story.
Finished your book at 1 am last night! It was awesome!
just finished your book, enjoyable, looking forward to the sophmore released book.
You owe me $200.00. I happened to come by a free preview of Scriber on kindle (by accident), and not only I was compelled to buy it, but I couldn’t make myself put down my iPad, which incidently made me miss almost an entire day of work. I’ll be sending you the bill. 😛
Hmm, that’s an issue. I’m just a poor author, I can’t afford that kind of money–I’ll have to start writing books people don’t want to read. Problem solved.
Sincerely, though, I’m glad you found it so compelling. Thanks for posting!
This book was sooo good! I could not quit reading it, it sucked me in, made me cry, and of course wanting more! I’m so glad I ran across it. Cannot wait to read more from you!
I loved Scriber. It was an amazing story, and I couldn’t stop reading. I hope you write many more books, I will be reading them all. You are a true storyteller.
I finished Scriber last night. Wow! Terrific characters and wonderful developement throughout the book. I am picking up Last Hero tonight and looking forward to your next one.
Thanks, Che–and everyone else who I haven’t directly replied to. I’ve been a bit lax there. I hope you enjoy the Last Hero! I’m hard at work on the Swampling King, about 30% done probably, so with any luck it won’t be too long a wait for something else.
You hit it just right with Scribers. I put it up there with Tolkien (and to me that is way up there) and BETTER than Rollings (for my tastes).
I liked the overwhelming valor and unexpected triumph of Last Hero, too. Thanks for putting it out there. I know it’s not easy.
I really appreciate the compliments, Bill. Although I don’t know that I deserve to be put in the big leagues with Tolkien, it’s sure nice to hear. I hope the Swampling King impresses you as well (which, for anyone who is wondering, is getting very close to finished, and I hope to god I manage to get it out this year).
I bought The Flaw in All Magic because I was intrigued by the premise of non-magical/’superpowered’ characters not only surviving but even prevailing in a world of the magical/’superpowered’. I’ve enjoyed it greatly & bought the sequel as well. Some of the things I liked about the books: the premise is credible (and it’s particularly rewarding to see the heroes using their wits to succeed); Tane and Kadka make a likeable buddy team who complement each other well; it’s good to see Kadka assuming a greater role than a mere sidekick & having an interesting character development arc in The Emperor’s Mask; and I like the way you play with the various magical race cliches, and occasionally gleefully turn them on their heads (eg ogres/ogren). Looking forward to the next chapter in the Magebreakers’ adventures.
Thanks, Vicki! Glad you liked it. Keep an eye out, the next one should be out before too long.