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Sean Poage

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Historical fiction author, Sean Poage, has had an exciting and varied life, as a laborer, soldier, police officer, investigator, computer geek and author. Travelling the world to see history up close is his passion.

These days he works in the tech world, writes when he can, and spends the rest of the time with his family, which usually means chores and home improvement projects, with occasional time for a motorcycle ride, scuba dive, or a hike in the beautiful Maine outdoors.


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Berneich, Dark Age Politics, Part 7

Hi, folks. I hope you are all doing well in these trying times. I’ve been tardy getting this post up, but there’s been a lot going on. Before we get started, I’d like to say that some big news is coming. One item is is that I’m nearly finished with book 2, The Strife of Camlann. The other bit is something I need to keep under wraps until I have the details ironed out. So lets get to it with anothe

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I grew up on stories of the "Titanic," so I suppose in many ways it was a project delayed. My great-grandfather, Thomas, and my great-grandmother, Elizabeth, to whom the book is dedicated, were children in Edwardian Belfast who told me vivid stories See Gareth’s answer.
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"A beautiful reimagining of the legends of Camelot. Part military thriller, part historical epic, Sean Poage has humanised the Arthurian legends while leaving intact the magic of their allure. A superb achievement."
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I think it would have to be Narnia, because I grew up on this stories. I'd take tea at Mr Tumnus's and visit Cair Paravel. They were stories I absolutely adored.
" Very excited for the upcoming hardcover release of 'I, the Sun' by Janet Morris, about the Hittite king, Suppiluliumas! Historical fiction doesn't get ...more "
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Excited to see Tempus reunite the Stepsons and take them to a future (alternate?) Earth(?). This was great fun to read, full of surprises and twists. On to the next one, The Sacred Band!
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" Arthur wrote: "Hi all, im Arthur from New York, USA.

I read Gates of Fire (Pressfield) years ago and loved it. But I stayed away from Historical Fictio
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Loved it! A very different direction for Tempus and Cime. The depiction of his adjustment to the modern world was great fun. There are some philosophical ideas that are very interesting, as well. And I can see where some new possibilities are opening ...more
" David wrote: "I don't recall that being in the books so far. Hengest and Horsa were actual historical figures. I'm sure the author took his share of a ...more "
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