Tag Archives: Christian fiction

Interview With Patrick W. Carr – The Author of The Staff and Sword & The Darkwater Saga

Interview with Patrick W. Carr   Michelle: Hello Patrick, I’m absolutely delighted to interview you today for talesuntangled.wordpress.com I discovered your book, A Cast Of Stones a few years ago and it instantly became a favorite. You have such an … Continue reading

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The Shattered Vigil – The Classic Battle Between Light and Dark

Book Review : The Shattered Vigil The Darkwater Saga #2 By Patrick W. Carr Spoiler Alert! Summary Victory over the dark forces during the feast of Bas-solas should have guaranteed safety for the continent. Instead, Willet and the rest of the Vigil … Continue reading

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The Shock of Night – Should This Be A Mainstream Fantasy Novel?

Book Review : The Shock of Night The Darkwater Saga #1 By Patrick W. Carr Spoiler Alert! Summary When one man is brutally murdered and the priest he works for mortally wounded on the streets of Bunard, Willet Dura is called … Continue reading

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Cinderella and the Colonel – A Guide To Paying Your Taxes

Book Review : Cinderella and the Colonel Timeless Fairy Tales #3 e-book By K. M. Shea Spoiler Alert! Summary Scratching out a living in a land recovering from war and a hostile takeover, Cinderella—an orphaned, destitute duchess—is desperate to save her lands … Continue reading

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The Heir of Brownlie Manor – Regency Romance, But Does It Romance The Reader?

Book Review : The Heir of Brownlie Manor e-book By Anita Stansfield Spoiler Alert! Summary After a medical discharge from his duties in the Napoleonic War, Thomas Quincy Fitzbatten has returned home. Disoriented, burdened by guilt for his wealth, and disillusioned with … Continue reading

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