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Daniel M. Fife

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Daniel M. Fife was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on December 27, 1978. He began writing Light & Dark: The Awakening of the Mageknight during his years as a graduate student at Ball State University under the major of Counseling Psychology. What began as a simple hobby quickly turned into something more as he found a passion for writing. While carrying the schedule of a full-time student as well as working a part-time job, he devoted himself to write at least one page a day. After graduating in 2007, he received the opportunity to begin practicing psychology as a counselor at a local private practice the very same year. His devotion to writing did not waiver. Working a full time schedule and maintaining a full complement of clients, he m ...more


Light & Dark: The Awakening of the Mageknight has finally been professionally edited. The editor I hired was Anna Genoese, who has a long history of editing for TOR books. Her process was very professional, honest, and informative. Her website is http://www.annagenoese.com/. I would highly recommend anyone interested in an editing service to contact her for a consultation. Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 3.81 · 81 ratings · 58 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
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"I stumbled across "Light & Dark: The Awakening of the MageKnight" on one of my websites listing free books for Kindle. The book sat in my 'to read' folder for a couple months, passed over for stories more in my genre. I do enjoy reading YA fan..." Read more of this review »
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"A decent book that will quench your thirst for the magical and the enchanting world of knights, dragons, creatures, and more. This is one book that shouldn't be missed by kids, teens, and the adults alike. It's definitely a book that I would recom..." Read more of this review »
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A strong debut

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A Mage’s Power begin a little confusing for me as the main character is drug along through a maze of blurring situations, thanks to Tasio, the trickster. However, once
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“What does the symbol of Light stand for? At the core, the symbol is meant to represent a balance of a sort, a union between both good and evil. You see… good cannot exist without evil and vice versa. The white chain represents the Light, the forces of good, while the black chain represents evil, the forces of the Dark. The white chain is solid and pure because we of the Light acknowledge the presence of the Dark and strive to maintain the proper balance. However, the black chain, warped with escaping tendrils of dark flame, symbolizes the Dark’s desire to overthrow that balance. Evil does not know boundaries, Danny. The forces of the Dark will work tirelessly to unravel everything, even at the risk of their own destruction.”
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“What does the symbol of Light stand for? At the core, the symbol is meant to represent a balance of a sort, a union between both good and evil. You see… good cannot exist without evil and vice versa. The white chain represents the Light, the forces of good, while the black chain represents evil, the forces of the Dark. The white chain is solid and pure because we of the Light acknowledge the presence of the Dark and strive to maintain the proper balance. However, the black chain, warped with escaping tendrils of dark flame, symbolizes the Dark’s desire to overthrow that balance. Evil does not know boundaries, Danny. The forces of the Dark will work tirelessly to unravel everything, even at the risk of their own destruction.”
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