Happy Late Night Guys

Posted: February 6, 2015 in Random
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Super tired, and sitting here eating MC Donald’s because we just got home from a long day of well driving all over town. Culminating in us being at Matt’s parents house for the last about 5ish hours. Initially for our nephews birthday. He turned 3 today. Happy Birthday Hudson, not that I think your reading this, but whatever, I am tired.

Anyways, so in addition to Matt going getting together with Mike and Nate last night to plan season 2 of Terribly Disappointing podcast, him and mainly the guys in the family have another business endeavor. Remember the other day when I was talking about entrepreneurial-ship? Well that’s kind of where they are going.

Hopefully I can get through this, review. I am sitting on my bed writing this and its calling my name.


2. OBSESSION by Pamela Turner
3. LADY BARD by Cherie Reich
4. THE FINAL SPARK by CJ Burright
5. ST JAKE OF THE FUNHOUSE by Douglas Kolacki
6. BARNABAS by Jeff Hargett
7. BY YOUR OWN FREE WILL by Rayne Hall
8. A MAGICAL MELODY by Ciara Ballintyne
9. BRAINS, SEX OR MONEY? by Tara Maya
10. THE WHITE RAVEN’S FEATHER by David D. Levine

“Ten short story of fantasy, edited by Rayne Hall.
The authors of these ten tales have spun yarns based on the premise that magic is real, but it requires skill to harness its force, and abuse brings danger. Suspend your disbelief, and find out what happens when people use magic to gain power, healing, wisdom or love.
Some stories take place in fantasy lands, others in the world you know. Some are short, others long; some are funny, others poignant; some aim to entertain, others to make you think. Each author has a different vision of magic, a different way of telling a story, and a different writing style. See which of them resonate with you.”  (Amazon Description)

This book as you may have noticed from above is a book of short stories written by 10 different authors. Just like the Author’s each tale is different from the last. Each story is however, similar in that they are all tales of magic. What I love about the book is that if you have a few moments you can go on an entire adventure. My favorite story being “By Your Free Will by Rayne Hall. It is always interesting to find out something about yourself through the characters in a story.

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