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Richard M. Ankers

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Richard M. Ankers is the English author of The Eternals Series and Britannia Unleashed.

Richard counts himself fortunate to have been published both online and in print by such wonderful magazines as Daily Science Fiction and Love Letters To Poe, as well as anthologies by Third Flatiron Publishing and Leap Books.

The cumulation of his storytelling has arrived in the form of The Eternals Series published by Next Chapter.
The Eternals is set on our Earth in the far distant future as the sun prepares to set one final time. Neither human nor vampire, the Eternal Hierarchy look to waltz their way into oblivion. Jean, a brooding and disillusioned outcast, would have it different.
Aided and abetted by the hapless dandy Merryweather, Jean's tale unf
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A Practicing Darkness

Eyes open to a jet-black sky tinged with ebony doubts. This is the circumference of my dream. This is my inhabited nightmare. Gone is the golden sun, departed are the sparkling stars, all those things that make living magical replaced by vagaries and uncertainty. Yet through this uncertainty runs a solidity of thought, though depressing, … Continue reading A Practicing Darkness Read more of this blog post »
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