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Riftwar cycle…what have I gotten into?

Published August 15, 2014 by tenderleaf

OK so a while back I mentioned I was reading Magician by Raymond E Feist.  So I stopped shortly after due to one thing or another and I thought to myself, as I am going away I should start reading it again. I thought better dig my kindle out download the set of books so I am not left hanging. I fired it up and did a search thinking there was only a few to get and BAM …. How many books? Loads is the answer, now don’t get me wrong I love book series like this and if I am honest it is probably how I would write.

I love fantasy fiction from Tolkien to Gemmell and Salvatore who knows maybe one day probably knowing my luck when I am dead I may join them (hey a girl can dream) but for now I will allow myself to be swept away on master wordsmiths dreams and thoughts to worlds where I don’t have to worry about a thing.


Thanks to Simcha.

Published May 31, 2014 by tenderleaf

Well after reading Simchas blog the other day about the book The Magician, I figured I should give it a go…so my magical fingers reached into the nether and procured a copy for my kindle. I must say I am really enjoying it obviously I am a magic lover so I immediately like Pug. I am really interested to see where this book takes me. Thanks Simmy for the recommendation. .. 🙂

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