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When Jasper, a company man with a guilty conscience, works through his supper, he finds himself starving for a late night meal. ..read more
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Your hero enters the dungeon, exploring every twisting corridor for dangerous traps, valuable clues and endless treasure. Each corner of ..read more
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When we imagine Urban Fantasy books, we may dream up wizards trotting along dirty streets or dragons soaring between skyscrapers. But why ..read more
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Consumed 2nd edition by Justin Alcala. Brought to you by BLK Dog Publishing. - YouTube Are you ready? Mark your calendars ..read more
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Peeps, It's out. Get ready to pee your pants with the hilarious novel, "The Devil in the Wide City." Join Ned, the fallen angel, and his ..read more
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What a great time for Horror Novels. Nathan will return to the pages with "Consumed" 2nd edition, brought to you by BLKDOG Publishing. ..read more
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There once was a bard and king that decided to trade places. The bard wanted a royal audience to help make him the most celebrated artist ..read more
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I must confess, at one time in my life I was a naysayer, a bah-humbugger, a downright Grinch when it came to Christmas. It was my first ..read more
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There once was a bard and king that decided to trade places. The bard wanted a royal audience to help make him the most celebrated artist ..read more

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