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Jennifer Brozek and Byran Thomas Schmidt have edited an anthology for Baen Books that highlights stories that contain Faith and Magic.
"Swords and Shields. Faith and Magic.
Grab yours and get ready, for the enemy is on the move.
High fantasy and mighty conflicts go hand-in-hand. In great wars, armies rise to fight evil hordes and heroes struggle to push beyond their imperfections and save the day. These stories include more than just epic landscapes and characters...but also epic battles.
Imagine a doctor struggling to identify the spy who has infiltrated his company's ranks and poisoned his colleagues or a boy suspected of murder by a king yet protected by a princess as he helps her father against his own people. Imagine a butcher discovering that he's called to lead an uprising, or a First Born knowing that she must betray her own in order to save humanity.
The possibilities are endless, but at the heart they have this in common: soldiers--ordinary and otherwise-struggling against extraordinary odds to survive the day. They must withstand dark magic, dodge enemy blades, and defy the odds to survive SHATTERED SHIELDS."
“Ashes and Starlight” (Runelords) by David Farland
“Invictus” by Annie Bellett
“Rising Above” by Sarah A. Hoyt
“Hoofsore and Weary” by Cat Rambo
“Vengeance” (Frost) by Robin Wayne Bailey
“Yael of the Strings” by John R. Fultz
“The Gleaners” by Dave Gross
“Bonded Men” by James L. Sutter
“Bone Candy” (Black Company) by Glen Cook
“First Blood” (Paksenarrion) by Elizabeth Moon
"Larry Correia is hopelessly addicted to two things: guns and B-horror movies. He lists his occupations: gun dealer, firearms instructor, accountant, and writer, and is part owner of FBMG (Fuzzy Bunny Movie Guns) a company specializing in firearms and movie props. He shoots competitively and is a certified concealed weapons instructor. Larry resides in Utah with his very patient wife and family. He has also designed a special patch for the agents of Monster Hunter International, Inc. As he puts it, “If you don’t look good while you’re killing stuff, then you’re not really a monster hunter.”"
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An irreverent attempt to make deathly-serious topics more accessible to freedom-loving Americans.
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Tonight's Guest: Lieutenant Colonel Tom Kratman author of multiple great science fiction novels that you can purchase here.
"Tom Kratman's A Desert Called Peace is practically the platonic ideal of epic Jacksonian war-. The printing process involves soaking the books in testosterone. It is so beautifully, terribly and gloriously Jacksonian, in fact, that merely reading the book carries the risk of pregnancy for unprotected women and metrosexuals."
---- Albert Norman, connoisseur of fine literature
Dead Wrong Radio is an irreverent attempt to make deathly-serious topics more accessible to freedom-loving Americans, we cover a full range of issues including Gun Rights, Border Security, Free Market Capitalism and common liberal myths.
Host Robert Bertrand (writer and part-time political activist) provides a thought-provoking humorous, high-energy and entertaining experience as he promotes his unique brand of constitutional conservative political activism.
BOOKED! host Shannon Delany talks to accomplished YA author and Knight Agency agent, Lucienne Diver about her exciting series, being a well-loved literary agent and how she maintains balance!
Lucienne Diver is the author of the popular Vamped series (think Clueless meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer). School Library Journal calls it, “a lighthearted, action-packed, vampire romance story following in the vein of...Marlene Perez’s “Dead”, and Rachel Caine’s “The Morganville Vampires” series.” VOYA suggests they “attract even reluctant readers.” Her short stories are in Strip-Mauled and Fangs for the Mammaries (Baen Books), and her essay on abuse is in Dear Bully: 70 Authors Tell Their Stories (HarperTeen). 2011 Bad Blood launched, first in her Latter-Day Olympians series, featuring a heroine who, quite literally, stops men in their tracks. Long and Short Reviews said, "Bad Blood is a delightful urban fantasy, a clever mix of Janet Evanovich and Rick Riordan, and a true Lucienne Diver original."
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Brigadier General (Retired) Gary M. Profit
Senior Director, Military Recruiting, Walmart. On Veterans Day 2010, Walmart and the Walmart Foundation will launch a five-year, $10 million commitment to organizations that serve the Veteran community, placing a special emphasis on supporting job readiness and training. We will also fund nonprofits that assist our veterans in their pursuit of higher education and enable our veterans to more easily reintegrate into civilian life.///Michael Z Williamson (author http://www.michaelzwilliamson.com). Michael writes for Baen books and focuses on the sci fi, military sci fi, and fantasy genres. He has an extensive military background and is working with Cooking with the Troops. He will be leaving for Landstuhl to sign books for Operation Fight the Post Holiday Blues (http://cwtt.org/opfphblues.html).