Read an exclusive interview with the NY Times best-selling author on my blog: http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com/2013/05/hugh-howey-interview.html
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Something for heart, mind and charity - http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com/2013/02/one-once-again.html
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In five days, the authors are going to be loose! That's right, local authors from around Central Florida are going to be signing books and meeting fans in downtown Mount Dora.
Authors in the Park will take place Sunday, Dec 16th from 2PM to 6PM at the Mount Dora Community Bldg Green Room (520…
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Right in time for Christmas, I am happy to present:
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I wish I was announcing this for The Empyrical Tales, but sadly I'm not. I am, however, happy to say that another author friend has a movie in the works! Keith Rommel shares an audition with us - http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com/2012/12/making-movie.html
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Renaissance is a collection of short stories featuring The Forgotten Well, my Florida Writers' Association award winning story. The collection of four stories is only 99 cents:http://goo.gl/bT8MO
Please have a look here: …Continue
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Recently, I started a new series with my friend, Giovanni. It was a relatively new experience diving into the world of Amish fiction. I did not quite know what to expect, but we ended up with something totally unique and outrageous.
To find out more and enter the giveaway, please visit my official blog: http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com/2012/11/ebook-giveaway.html
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So Giovanni had this idea and he issued a challenge to me. Find out the result on my official blog: http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com/2012/10/new-and-different.html
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On the planet Kaskaya, becoming a thief is a skilled and honorable achievement. In the newest release of my Christian Sci-Fantasy, Sons of the King, the middle son sets his sights on that difficult task. Co-written with my 9 year old daughter, it is available now from Trestle Press for ONLY 99 Cents right here: http://goo.gl/zzTfX
Please visit my official blog for the full post and to get a free story: …Continue
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I guess it's been a while, but Olivia and I have finally put together the fourth episode of Sons of the King. In case you are not familiar with it, this is the Christian sci-fantasy that I am co-writing with my nine-year-old daughter.
You can read the full post at my official blog - http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com/2012/07/getting-back-to-it.html
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Like most boys, my youngest son developed a fascination for dinosaurs. He could name many species before he could read. At some point, I knew I would have to have dinosaurs in The Empyrical Tales. Afterall, I couldn't write a story only for my girls. I had to include things for my boys too!
With only a few days left in the…
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Maybe you know I have a lot of great stories with Trestle Press? Maybe you know that Trestle Press has no end of talented authors? Did you know right now Trestle Press is doing a Buy One Get One Sale?
So here is an economical way to get started or get caught up:
Mark Miller's One - a spiritual anthology…
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Right in time for Christmas, here is the next story in Mark Miller's One from Trestle Press:
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