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Time Conquers All/Rescue in Time

Time-travel romance based in the late 1500’s in the India region of the world. Epic romance with a warrior princess meeting the love of her life. Unfortunately, he’s an American soldier from the 1960’s and the king from a neighboring country. This is book one in the “time series.”

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This review is actually a review of two books at the same time. Why two? Well because the author/publisher made the decision to put the first two books of the series into one binding. That being the case, I figured if you’re going to buy it as one, it should be reviewed as one! So, let’s go, shall we?

The Good: I really enjoyed the story telling in these books. From the romance to the action, the books kept me engaged...

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The Drawing Lesson

An instructional art book in narrative graphic novel form that uses the tale of one aspiring young artist and his reluctant mentor to impart easy-to-follow lessons on the fundamentals of drawing.

With over 10 million views and growing, Mark Crilley’s YouTube drawing instruction videos have an enormous worldwide legion of fans and have been featured on sites such as Yahoo News and Reddit. In addition, Crilley is an accomplished graphic novelist. Now for the first time, he pairs both strengths resulting in a one-of-a-kind art instruction experience...

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Sequart’s Book on the BRITISH INVASION’s Big Three is Now Available

Press Release

Sequart Organization is proud to announce the publication of The British Invasion: Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, and the Invention of the Modern Comic Book Writer, by Greg Carpenter.

Moore. Gaiman. Morrison.

They came from Northampton, West Sussex, and Glasgow, and even though they spoke with different dialects, they gave American comics a new voice – one loud and clear enough to speak to the Postmodern world. Like a triple-helix strand of some advanced form of DNA, their careers have remained irrevocably intertwined. They go together, like Diz, Bird, and Monk… or like Kerouac, Burroughs, and Ginsberg… or like the Beatles, the Stones, and the Who.

Taken individually, their professional histories provide an incomplete picture of comics’ British Invasion, but together th...

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Interview with Clare C. Marshall

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Horizon Alpha: Predators of Eden

horizonAlphaCoverThe Earth is gone. Boom. Cosmic dust. But all hope is not lost. Four colony ships were launched prior to the disaster that claimed the planet. Three of these made it out of the solar system and this is the tale of one of those ships. Horizon Alpha. Alas, the colonists had no way of knowing that their new Eden already had a thriving population. Here there be dinosaurs.

A freak explosion in the centuries old colony ship forces an emergency evacuation and three years later the human colonists are barely surviving behind a makeshift electric fence cobbled together from their vehicles and powered by a failing power supply...

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