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Martin Lundqvist

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Martin Lundqvist No, I can't. While some of my stories turn violent I prefer to write sci-fi violence over horror stories, and besides, two-sentences is too short for …moreNo, I can't. While some of my stories turn violent I prefer to write sci-fi violence over horror stories, and besides, two-sentences is too short for me.

I like to write 500-word flash fiction stories once a month for an online writing competition. I publish these flash fiction stories monthly in my blog, www.martinlundqvist.com/blog
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Chapter 13: Washington, November 2028

I was sitting in the lounge room of a deluxe suite in the Jefferson Hotel in Washington DC. I sighed. Why was I dragged back into this? Just when I had planned to resign from my life of villainy, destiny pulled me back into it. I speculated why James Winter had come all the way to Kiribati to drag me out of retirement. I suspected that the election of Eva Moreno as the next American president had Read more of this blog post »
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A while ago, I thought of the Soul Monger series and I was curious how it would end. I asked Mathilda for a copy and here I am.
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Swashbuckling for children.

This is an easy and enjoyable book that is primarily aimed towards children.

The plot takes place in a generic fantasy kingdom. The main protagonist, Dane Thorburn, is a 16-year-old cadet who is the best friend of Princess
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Sabina's Quest to Open the Portal in the Sun Pyramid by Martin Lundqvist
"OH MY GOSH! I was just riveted and found myself rapidly reading! Book 2 had me scratching my head. Wasn't King Tut's tomb found in Egypt? However, if you can forgive errors, missed words, sorry but I am a English major, it is an AWESOME book!"
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"Have to say straight up I received this book as a complimentary copy from the author. He didn't request a review or even ask for a comment, but I like his stories, so I'm going to put one here anyway!

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Sabina's Pursuit of The Holy Grail by Martin Lundqvist
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I liked Matilda Scotney’s Soul Monger books, so I got myself a copy of the Afterlife of Alice Watkins
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Good Sci-fi book.

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