Bardic Tales and Sage Advice

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Julie Ann Dawson, Nov 1, 2005 - Fiction - 140 pages
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As the gods prepare for their long sleep, a young woman must bear the burden of keeping their memory alive in Winter of the Gods. A Police Officer discovers you can ban the weapons of destruction, but not humanity's destructive nature in Netherlands Roulette. A Young Man develops a new perspective thanks to a stolen antique in The Glass Eye. Selected from over 200 entries representing writers in 11 countries, Bardic Tales and Sage Advice delivers 16 tales of fantasy, horror, and science fiction for fans of speculative fiction. There really is a little bit of everything in this entertaining collection of speculative fiction and poems. review at ...a wonderful introduction to a variety of fresh new writers in the speculative literature at Dark Animus

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Bardic Tales and Sage Advice highlights the winners of the 2005 Bards and Sages writing contest. This collection presents a wide range of works from writers around the globe. We consider this ... Read full review


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