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COVER REVEAL Og-Grim-Dog, The Three-Headed Ogre by Jamie Edmundson

Two heads are better than one. Three can be a real pain in the arse. We are Og-Grim-Dog! We have been loved and reviled! We have been the Hero of the Hour, the Darkest Villain, and everything in between! We … Continue reading

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COVER REVEAL: The Weapon Takers Sage BOX SET 1-4 by Jamie Edmundson

COMING LATE 2020! Dive in to the epic fantasy series where a motley group of heroes must recover a stolen relic. Twins Belwynn and Soren can communicate telepathically. They must lead a team of mercenaries, priests and exiles on a … Continue reading

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The Broken Empire Trilogy: by Mark Lawrence–a Review by Jamie Edmundson

The Broken Empire series by Mark Lawrence – Prince of Thorns, King of Thorns, Emperor of Thorns I actually read Red Sister before this series and was a bit ‘so where’s the grimdark, Mark?’ Having read this series I’m ‘Ah, … Continue reading

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Interview with Jamie Edmundson

So you’ve finally completed your first series. That’s a huge accomplishment. How does it feel to have the Giants’ Spear published? Honestly, it’s a great feeling to have the series completed and to be proud of it. It’s taken up … Continue reading

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Epic Fantasy Heists with Jamie Edmundson on the Podcast

Good day and welcome to this episode of the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast. I’m your host, podcaster and author of Fun Fantasy Reads, Jamie Davis. This podcast is exactly what the title says it is, a show focused on … Continue reading

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Interview With Jamie Edmundson

At what point did you decide you wanted to be a writer? Describe the journey that led to the publication of Toric’s Dagger Since my teen years if not before. I loved reading fantasy fiction and it was natural to … Continue reading

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