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A Conversation with Richard Long, Author of ‘The Book of Paul’

LongGetting blurbed by Stephen King is the Holy Grail of the horror writer. If you don’t know what that means, it’s when an author (usually famous) reads your book and gives you a quote to put on the cover of your book to attract readers. For Stephen King to put his name on it, you know the book has to be outstanding. And when you’re talking about The Book of Paul, it is. I first heard Richard Long on a podcast and the way he described his book really caught my attention. He delves deeply into the occult, mythology, and astrophysics. As these are the same themes running through my books, especially The Portal Arcane series, I had to check it out. The Book of Paul does not disappoint. Long wrote it in a “cinematic” style that is fast-paced and streamlined. He doesn’t waste a lot of time on narrative description and his characters are so visceral you’ll swear you’ve been friends with them for years.… Read the rest

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The Real First Crusade and The Celtic Church – The Black Fridays

The Black Fridays – Episode 5: Brian Burnett

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In this Episode, Stacy and Wes talk to Brian Burnett.  Brian is currently working on his Master’s Degree at Faulkner University.  We talk with Brian about the history of religion in what is now the United Kingdom.  From everything to the ancient Druids to the Celtic Christians to the Norman invasion of 1066.

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