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To my loyal fans, friends and family, I posted a free GIVEAWAY at Goodreads.com. If you want to win a paperback version of The Brotherhood of Merlin: Book One, please register at : http://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/222456-the-brotherhood-of-merlin-book-one. Simply click ENTER GIVEAWAY, verify your age, and you’re in the drawing: THE GIVEAWAY: With only 60 available paperbacks, I will personally autograph […]
Martin Weston of Apex Reviews read and critiqued my first book, “The Brotherhood of Merlin: Book One.” As an author publishing my very first book in The Brotherhood series, I can tell you how anxious and nerve racking it is to wait for any book review. It is like waiting for a blind date knowing […]
The ‘Dawn of the Merlin’ is a novella of Perronius’ last quest before achieving the title of ‘Merlin’. This high octane adventure starts with a bang and never relents in a gruesome tale of betrayal, brotherhood, destiny and compassion – everything fans have come to expect sprinkled with intriguing twists. As a free sign-up prequel […]
In part 1 of this blog, I discussed the various strains of marijuana and their effects on the user and my recommendations for experimenting with pot if you haven’t yet tried it(for those of you religious prudes out there, it is a well known fact that Jesus Christ smoked pot on a regular basis. Sativa […]
In Part 1 of this blog, I explained the different strains of marijuana and their effects on the user. Even with negative side effects I suffered from pot usage, my resounding answer is yes. As long as the user knows his own body and has done some basic research on the effects, I would certainly […]
Should writers smoke pot? I suppose that’s a question every writer who smokes pot might ask themselves. Is this helping or hindering me? My own torrid affair with the intoxicating herb began back in college. I tried a little back in high school, but never felt anything except a slight headache. When I first attended […]