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Joshua Reynolds

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Josh Reynolds’ work has previously appeared in such anthologies as Historical Lovecraft from Innsmouth Free Press and Horror for the Holidays from Miskatonic River Press, and his novel, Knight of the Blazing Sun, is currently available from Black Library. He can be found at: http://joshuamreynolds.wordpress.com

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Joshua Reynolds Vampires...only in spaaaaace!

No but seriously, like with my WHF work, I tried to bridge the gap between the various portrayals of BA in fiction, while…more
Vampires...only in spaaaaace!

No but seriously, like with my WHF work, I tried to bridge the gap between the various portrayals of BA in fiction, while sticking to my strengths as a writer. It was a lot different to writing White Scars, I'll say that. Less humor, more introspection.

Also, they'll fight genestealers. LOTS of genestealers. (less)
Joshua Reynolds Thanks for choosing Neferata! Neferata is actually Book 1, and Master of Death is Book 2. Blood Dragon would be Book 3. Too, if you enjoy Neferata, I'…moreThanks for choosing Neferata! Neferata is actually Book 1, and Master of Death is Book 2. Blood Dragon would be Book 3. Too, if you enjoy Neferata, I'd encourage you to check out Mike Lee's Nagash series. Most of the major (vampire) characters in my books are featured in Lee's books, as well. (less)
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Fixing the Bones

Another from the commonplace book. A thing about medieval bones and the thieves who love them.

So. Unsanctioned traffic in relics was a thing in the Middle Ages. That’s practically begging for a story – a series of stories, even. Relic-smugglers breaking into and looting the holy tombs of Rome, selling the bones of the saints to collectors and churchmen across the Alps. Think Ocean’s Eleven, only s

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“You let the city burn so that you would have light to load your guns by.”
Joshua Reynolds, Fulgrim: The Palatine Phoenix

“A blessed fool is worth two faithless men.”
Joshua Reynolds, The Wicked and the Damned

“He’d heard stories about grot raiders, creeping down from the great spore clouds that blossomed in the dark above the highest peaks to set ambushes in floating wrecks.”
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Sept-Oct Groupreads: a poll to confirm that a Egyptian Sword & Sorcery theme will work. A few non-Egyptian topics are included. Voting will steer if we have one broad theme vs. two specific books.

 
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Gonji: Red Blade from the East: The Deathwind Trilogy, Book of the Gonji series by T.C. Rypel (write-in)
 
  2 votes, 5.3%

Nagash the Sorcerer or any of the Nagash Warhammer series by Mike Lee or Joshua Reynolds
 
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