Rogue Angel: Teller of Tall Tales #2

My review of Rogue Angel: Teller of Tall Tales #1 can be read here:

Annja Creed is a part-time archeologist, part-time tv host of Chasing History’s Monsters, and full-time adventurer.

When Annja visits an old friend in the former mining town, of Virginia City, she is asked to assist with a dig involving Samuel Clemens’ work. But there are some who are against their exposing what could be an incredible discovery. And soon, Annja and her friend Rashmi find themselves fighting for their lives.

In this installment, we get Annja’s backstory with Joan of Arc’s sword from book 1, Destiny. For comic fans that don’t necessarily want to go out and read the book right away, this is a quick recap to catch up on what’s going on. With vivid portrayals of each character, this comic helps bring the story to life in a new and colorful way. Writer Barbara Randall Kesel has teamed up with artist Renae De Liz (and the rest of their team) to deliver a fantastic, adventure ride in a fun format.

Rogue Angel is also available by direct mail here:

Friday Links

Read the first chapter of Fablehaven: Grip of the Shadow Plague online:

Also, author of the Fablehaven books, Brandon Mull, started his own website and is now blogging at:

New scifi romance author KS Augustin has started a podcast called “Radio Free Bliss“. Each podcast contains an interview with a scifi, fantasy, horror, or romance author. And sometimes these overlap. Augustin has just released an interview with satirical speculative fiction writer, Sue Lange.
Check it out here:

And for the “die hard” Trek fans: Star Trek Urns:

Wizards Of Ur: Heavy Metal Magazine artist A.P. Furtado and fellow leaders in the fantasy webcomics field: Nate Piekos, James V. West, and Chuck Whelon have decided to combine forces and start a new sketch blog for all fans of old-school, D&D inspired, cartoon fantasy comics. They’ve pledged to provide readers with regular helpings of that mouth-watering, sci-fi/fantasy goodness they love, by frequently posting their latest and greatest art, sketches, comics pages, and more.
Come and check it out now at:

Misspelled Giveaway!

I have a copy of the new DAW fantasy anthology, Misspelled, that I’m giving away.
“17 fascinating tales of spells gone awry.”

Contest is open to everyone. To enter, just leave a comment below with a valid email address. Contest ends April 4th. I’ll draw names on April 5th, and notify winner via email.

Good luck!

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