I’ve talked before about how Amazing Grace is loosely based on the small town where I grew up, and that the idea came to me while I was walking in the cemetery at the church I went to as a child. So I thought people might enjoy it if I took y’all on a walk through that same cemetery. And here it is – If you join my Patreon, you get these videos early and more exclusive content!
It’s awards time, and the following books are eligible for recognition from the Hugo and/or Nebula Awards. If you are an eligible nominator, and would like to nominate one of these works, here’s the list of eligible publications by Falstaff Books from 2017 – Novels – Amazing Grace – John G. Hartness Fireheart – John G. Hartness Novellas – Into the Mystic – John G. Hartness Frost & Filigree – John G. Hartness Cold as Ice – John G. Hartness Mason Dixon, Monster Hunter – Eric R. Asher Mason Dixon and the Wampus of Reeds Spring – Eric R. […]
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