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just started writing a couple of years ago. I can see retirement just 10 years down the road I know refrigeration and am good at it English spelling and such not so much. my story follow a man you father on his death bed gives him a sword then at a gun and knife show is given a soiled Gold medallion and told to say an oath, when he said the oath he is transported to Japan history to a little village where he save the town elder from being killed and then begins to teach the one thing he believes in and that is honor to the village the solders and even the crown prince. he is called the god of honor by the people and then when he meets the Gods they call him that themselves and is introduced to the different levels of Gods a good read I think for young adults to pre teens and old people like me who likes a clean story. but I don't know. so if you would like to give me you thoughts I am open or the book is called the God of Honor: how I became the god of honor

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Leandi Cameron is an award-winning journalist and  assistant editor for the the Boksburg Advertiser, and has now also added  the titles "author" and "publisher" on her plaque with the release of  her first novel, A Tale of the Other Kind: A Therian Novel.
Cameron is from Johannesburg, South Africa, (maiden name Rostoll).

At  school she wasn't the most popular girl, as she was a victim of  bullying, but found comfort in her books, and soon discovered her talent  for writing at a tender age.

She, therefore, resorted to spending most of her time writing poems, short stories and songs during her afternoons and evenings.

Cameron  confesses that she filled her nights reading every young-adult horror,  paranormal, romance and fantasy novel she could get her hands on.

Her  father used to take her to a travelling library that passed by their  house on a weekly basis, and she would stock up on her weekly dose of  young adult novels.

Cameron,  obtained her Honours Degree in Journalism at Tshwane University of  Technology and soon found her feet in the print media industry, walking  away with the Siemens Profile Award and being nominated for the Vodacom  Journalist of the Year Award and a National Science & Technology  Fund Award.

In 2009,  she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called Ankylosing  Spondylitis, which she began suffering from when she was only 12 years  old.

"No one,  including myself, took it too seriously, as we shrug it off as growing  pains. However, the trauma of losing my father to a heart attack in 2006  rapidly fastened my symptoms and aggressiveness of the disease within  my body," says Cameron.

Cameron  then had to put her life on hold, and had to leave the magazine she was  working at during that time, while the doctors went through a trial and  error process to treat her disease.

While at home, she wrote as a freelance journalist and established a writing and editing service company.

This  was when Cameron decided to work full-time on her debut novel, A Tale  of the Other Kind: A Therian Novel. This novel wasn't the first one to  have made it onto the pages of her laptop, but it was definitely the one  that stuck.

A Tale  of the Other Kind: A Therian Novel, hit the shelves in September 2012,  and she is working on the second novel in the series, called A Therian  Struggle.

The story  of Kai Emery, plays off in Sabie. He finds out that he is part man and  part wereleopard (shapeshifter), and falls in love with the school  beauty Sienna. He then has to fight for survival and protect everyone  that he loves from danger. It is an interesting read for anyone who  enjoys young-adult paranormal fantasy. However, this book is not just  about paranormal romance, it has a rich cultural history and  mythological background, deeply entrenched into the core of the story.

"When I write, I lived out every character, and each one has a bit of me in them," says Cameron.

Cameron  also published her debut novel herself by establishing an independent  publishing division within her multi-discipline business, House of  LeaVik, which she co-owns with her sister Vikki Rostoll-Olivier.

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Hello all!  I just published 4 books on Create Space and am so excited!


Hypnotic Journey Series:


Wouldn't it be cool to suddenly have the battle skills of a seasoned warrior? Wouldn't that be even better if the battles felt real but there was no physical risk to you? Wouldn't it be perfect if the hypnotist in charge of your session was not insanely evil and using you as a weapon in a plot for revenge? Four friends, two in love, two in hate enter into a Group Hypnosis study attempting to introduce fantasy adventures to small groups. They are promised a video game type of adventure rescuing an Elf Queen from her crystal prision as elf warriors, a sorceress and a fairy. As soon as they fall under the good doctors spell they begin to realize the adventure is more real than they could have ever imagined. They find themselves in a hostile world they can't seem to escape from.


Treborel Series:

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Hi everyone

Posted by JesusDelgado Oct 28, 2012

Hi everyone.

My name is Jesús Delgado.

Just  started as a CreateSpace author, and all my work is in Spanish if any  of you are interested. I'm focused on fiction and fantasy, as you can  see in my book called "Relatos de un Mundo Nuevo" (Stories of a New  World), it consist in short stories of what I call a new world and  giving the welcome to it.


This is my Facebook.


I hope you all enjoy my work.



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My name is Stephani and my teen fantasy novel, Psychokinesis, is about to be published here in a few weeks. I have created a preview for one of its chapters. I would truly appreciate any suggestions/feedback/criticism that anyone has to offer. I really need help here, so I can't wait to hear from you all! Thank you so much.



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Hello, Thank You & Goodbye.

Posted by Ercolano Mar 3, 2012

S P Mount is originally from Scotland, but with an erstwhile career in worldwide tourism, has lived in many countries and currently resides in Canada.


Having studied the art of writing in Vancouver, British Columbia since 2004, he has to date written seven books since his highly popular epic 'Prickly Scots' - which, even though his debut novel and he'd "do some things differently today", remains a personal favourite.  He is now a freelance writer for a publishing company in San Francisco as well as a travel blogger for an international hotel group based in Italy.


'A born storyteller' with a quiet introspective that "pours its heart out" onto the page, S P Mount wrote three books before the age of ten-yrs-old (not listed here) and is said to possess inimitable style; consistently delivering finely nuanced characters and descriptions with an audacious, largely humorous authenticity perhaps 'reminiscent of Joyce and Salinger, but edgier'. Indeed, it is his mission to create uncompromising stories in both creative fiction and non fiction from a unique Scottish lens, often crossing genres, e.g. mixing paranormal and sci-fi with everyday lives and events that "has the reader believing that they might just be true."


Good friends, pets, photography and complete honesty are among the most important things in S P Mount's life, and when he is not writing seriously he can be found writing 'nonsensically' to relax, as well as offering what he can, by way of giving back, to new promising writers (that he himself comes across "no requests please") starting out on their own journey. Steph205.jpg




Prickly Scots Pt I

Prickly Scots Pt II

Prickly Scots Pts I & II collective edition

Warped MIrrors - a paranormal comedy

Wanna go for a Walk? - true short stories mainly based in Italy

Little Nut Jobs - an anthology of the kind of nonsensical writing mentioned above (ONLY FOR THE INSANE)

Oddity - Short Stories Currently unavailable

Hello, Thank You & Goodbye (Upcoming release date)


Social Media:


Personal website



Articles, short stories/photo narratives

Twitter - @SP_Mount


"I hope you enjoy the stories I offer; they're intended to transport you from the real world into those where I myself am better received." - S P Mount


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Hi everyone, My name is Ron Mealing. I have lived here in Nashville, Tennessee for the last 20+ years but I was born in Sydney, Australia (too many years ago).


I have, for many years, after selling out my accounting practice, busied myself on the development of my children's fantasy stories into the various animated theatrical formats (my real love) and the advancement of these projects toward exposure in the many ancillary markets.


Doing all that is very expensive stuff, so it's been slow going over the years working with only my own finances. Never-the-less, I have managed to get my first "short" into theatrical exhibition in a number of film festivals. This first short film, "The Story of Night & Day", was a 9 minute truncation of a 22 minute fantasy I had written and which I had hoped to release for television - and still do.


This work, first released in 2009, has been exhibited a number of times in Los Angeles and New York and once in each of Palm Springs and Cannes, France, winning three "Best Animation" awards between 2009 and 2011.


I have just uploaded this short film to Amazon for availability on-line and am presently awaiting a successful review by them.


I decided, just recently, to pubish a little book called "The Making of The Story of Night & Day" showing how all this short film came together. It's in full colour and can be obtained at http;// (price $14.50).

It's preview is .


While all this was going on, I was entertaining myself by writing poetry as a release from the tedium of constant singular endeavour. I published my first book of poetry, "On - Volume 1" in 1996 and, enthused by what I thought was a great work, self-published it in a lavish binding which, being too expensive, proved to be a marketing disaster. (Self praise, I found out, is no gratification). Discouraged, I put all that aside but still continued to write poetry, quietly for myself, but only sporadically.


Pressured by others, i republished my first published poetry in 2011 together with a lot of material I had written since that early release. "On-Volume 2" is now available at (Price $14.95).

Its preview is


Straying yet a little further from my general activity, I just published a cartoon satire, "On the Language of Cricket", which takes a humorous look, graphically, at the quaint vernacular used to describe that cherished British institution, the Game of Cricket. You can find it at (Price $10.95)

Its preview available at


I am at present completing a rewrite of my first children's fantasy which was published in Australia in December, 1984. This rewrite of "Adventures in the Lost Kingdom of Radish" will be published here, hopefully, within a few weeks. This story is already being developed into a 100 minute full length feature film, and was advancing very well until its development was deferred due to my being adversely impacted by the recent international economic situation. Hopefully, the recently negotiated additional support to allow continuace, which appears imminent, will come to fruition. Any investors out there? Contact me -


I intend to write another "The Making of ..." book on this work also when developed work justifies its release.


I really cherish "feedback" - and I'm big enough to take any negative ones - but please, be nice!

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Posted by Shrike Aug 11, 2011

Hi everyone, I have just started publishing my books with Create Space, and am waiting for my first proof copy to arrive. I'm hoping it will be error free so I can start selling online right away. I used the CS template, so the interior shouldn't be a problem, and I designed and created my own cover; I just hope I got the bleeds and spine size right. This book is The Queen's Blade, the first of The Queen's Blade series, which comprises 6 books and 2 prequels. Next I'll do the Cyber Chronicles, which is 9 books long, currently. Then I also have to do The Broken World (4 books), Slave Empire (3 books) and Demon Lord (6 books). I have a lot of work ahead of me! On top of that, I still have to write more books in those series.


Luckily, I have been able to retire from my work as a freelance copywriter and concentrate on writing more books thanks to the sales of my series as e-books. I live in Cape Town, South Africa, and have been writing for more than 20 years, for my own pleasure. After two agents and several rejections from mainstream publishers, I decided to go the indie route publish all my books as e-books last December, and I haven't looked back since. I only wish I'd done it years ago instead of wasting my time with traditional publishers. This way I can sell my books far cheaper and get 80% of my royalties instead of the 10% I'd get from a traditional publisher.


Visit my blog:, my website:, my Smashwords home page: or my Facebook page:

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What if errant data is uploaded into the Kizuna's Internet Satellite beam for a nantech soldier in an alien ninja akuma gameplay?


Many against one.


The above science fiction Japanese horror fantasy feature film written as a gameplay is the host for this novel, which is the driver in its structure.


A serial killing in a massively multiplayer online game that's an anti-social spelunking website network that has a goal to present the Devil, it has been over-ridden by a re-dating of carbon - an Alien!

Play for the Devil and get an Alien!

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Strange Worlds Anthology

Posted by Blazeguard Apr 20, 2011

cover3.jpgHey there, my name is Jeff Doten. I'm wrapping up my first Createspace project,  a full color illustrated science fiction anthology called Strange Worlds. All of the artwork is mine and each story is based on concepts I came up with early in the process. My writers picked an image and wrote a story, then I created black and white images to go along with their text. The color images are used as mock paperback covers for each story. The final portion of the book is 14 page comic book. The project has been a blast to work on and we're already talking about a volume 2.

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