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R.E. Long is currently the author of 4 books and writes a bi-weekly online column for "Fly Anglers Online". A lifelong outdoorsman and veteran, the author resides in Southern New Jersey with his family and their two labrador retrievers.


About Thrones of Granite:

While pursuing the completion of the sequel to "The Blood of Angels" it became apparent to me that what I was actually writing was the "completion" of the first book. Therefore, "Thrones of Granite" is in part a 2nd edition. It begins with part#1 Blood of Angels, and keeps moving on for the complete novel. Part#1 has been partially re-written as well.

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The Blood of Angels
3.33 of 5 stars 3.33 avg rating — 6 ratings — published 2011 — 3 editions
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Tomorrow's Fish: And the Vi...
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Beginnings a Season of Archery
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Tomorrow's Fish: And The Vi...
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The Telling of Waters
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BEGINNINGS "A Season of Archery" (Children's Books)
1 chapters   —   updated Oct 13, 2011 04:58AM
Description: Enter 12yr old Bradley Calem's world....
The Blood of Angels (Literature & Fiction)
1 chapters   —   updated Oct 13, 2011 04:54AM
Description: Guardian Angel Trycium confronts the Fallen Pelcephus
Tomorrow's Fish (Outdoors & Nature)
1 chapters   —   updated Oct 13, 2011 04:52AM
Description: A reflection on early years

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No Shortage of Good Days by John Gierach
No Shortage of Good Days
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John Geirach has done it again. Always a pleasure to read. There is always so much within his writing for me to take with me.
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" Yes'sir, things are good. Hope as well on your end. Just finished up my sequel and the proof-read. I'm numb at this point. :) "
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" The final sentence was added to the Epilogue late last night. 2 years coming, but it's finally done. "
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" Andy, good tohear it's coming together. Hope to see you at Collingwood. Book 2 for me has been stuck as well, but more a result of too many irons in t ...more"
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“If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then the rise of a trout to the tied fly, is the purest form of flattering nature with art.”
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“There is nothing more dangerous than a woman with a shotgun. Because you don't know when it's going to go off...and neither does she.”
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“The truth of the matter is that you always know the right thing to do. The hard part is doing it.”
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