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October 25, 2016

“The Man in White” Short Audiobook Now Available on SoundCloud!

The Man in White: A Dark Tale of Sacrifice.

 

Longlisted for the OWT Short Fiction Prize for 2016!

 

Dying of starvation in the harshest winter she has ever known, Litha abandons her family to save them. And in the frozen wilds she encounters a mysterious man in white, the only one who can save her.

 

October 15, 2016

BOOK UPDATE: The Kingsmen Chronicles – BLACKMARK now updated on Amazon!

Greeting, all! I am happy to announce that I have updated the manuscript of BLACKMARK (The Kingsmen Chronicles, Book 1) in the Kindle store and in the print version, so it is completely typo-free! I had a complaint on Amazon that there were too many mistakes, and lo and behold while I was making the audiobook (out on Audible, iTunes and Amazon sometime in late October!) I did find a bunch. So, corrections made! Enjoy a typo-free version of BLACKMARK today!

BLACKMARK on Amazon

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August 8, 2016

BOOK REVIEW: “Riddle in Stone” Series is a Fun, Fast Adventure!

RIDDLE IN STONE TRILOGY – Omnibus Edition – by Robert Evert

 

Where to Buy:
Amazon: Riddle in Stone Omnibus Edition

 

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Jean’s Review: The Riddle in Stone series hearkens back to a classic style of storytelling much like Tolkien, where heroes are small people driven by secret aims they hold in their hearts. They adventure not because they want to make kingdoms turn, but because they follow what drives them. Robert Evert’s hero Edmund starts off as a bookish, sedentary man with an inner temper he doesn’t know how to use and a stutter that keeps him from expressing himself. Put him through devastating rigors in a goblin mine and from the evil Undead King, and Edmund comes out a honed, bitter, and accomplished hero. Evert’s writing is fast and gritty, not for the weak of stomach but thoroughly enjoyable, weaving a tale that grips more as you dive further and further into Edmund’s hardships and quest. I enjoyed it more and more as the pages turned, until I was so caught up in the flow that I couldn’t wait to hit the next chapter running!

 

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Robert’s Website: http://robertevert.blogspot.com/