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Good Advice (a few lines from my WIP)

“A sedan.” Hop nodded again. “She does not touch the ground. And she has others with her, and they look harmless.” “Call no man harmless until he is dead,” Bill said. “My education ended early, but I believe I remember … Continue reading

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Witchy Eye: Real-World Christian Grimoires

One of the fun things about writing my epic blackpowder fantasy WITCHY EYE (Baen, forthcoming) and now its first sequel (WITCHY WINTER) has been exploring real-world ideas about magic. It turns out, for instance, that right into the nineteenth century … Continue reading

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