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Christine J. Randall

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in Mount Gambier, Australia
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J.R.R. Tolkien, Wilbur Smith, Terry Goodkind,

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Christine J. Randall I dislike the term 'aspiring writer'. You either write, or you don't. If you aspire to write, just do it! Read all the 'how to' advice you can get. Ev…moreI dislike the term 'aspiring writer'. You either write, or you don't. If you aspire to write, just do it! Read all the 'how to' advice you can get. Everyone who has written about their writing process has something to offer, but you decide what works for you. There are no rules, not really.(less)
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I adore this series, as can be told by my consistent rating. This prequel does not disappoint and it was beaut to see how Val came to have the charm which calls forth her magical ally, the silver tiger, Sindari. (I'm reading the series with Kindle Un ...more
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I received this book, for free, via the author's newsletter. The bonus scenes were excellent and stayed true to the tone of the series without throwing up anything unexpected. It was good to experience some of my favourite scenes from Zav's point of ...more
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Val's adventure continues. The story maintains its pace and does credit to the series. ...more
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