New Release: Dyndaer by Joshua Robertson

Over at Writing Room 101 today, I'm shining the spotlight on writing friend, Joshua Robertson. Joshua's eagerly awaited, Dyndaer, is now available. If you click on the cover, you will be redirected to the full article, and I've added an excerpt below to whet your appetite!   Branimir emerges from the Netherworld as a living legend and … Continue reading New Release: Dyndaer by Joshua Robertson

Introducing Dyndaer by Joshua Robertson

I have been a fan of Joshua's work for a while now, so it is with absolute pleasure that I share with you his newest release - Dyndaer. Below you will find information about the book, the all important purchase links, and an excerpt to enjoy. I've also added details of the first book in … Continue reading Introducing Dyndaer by Joshua Robertson

Sourcerer’s Eleven: Questions for Author Joshua Robertson

I had the great pleasure of interviewing Joshua Robertson as part of Sourcerer’s Eleven this month. Hop on over and check it out, Joshua is very engaging 😀

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Welcome to round three of Sourcerer’s Eleven. An interview series where contributors within the site get a shot in the big chair. The Instigator-In-Chief, Gene’o interviewed Luther Siler, who then put me through my paces, so now it’s my turn *rubs hands together*. In the hot seat today is Joshua Robertson, author of Melkorka (Book 1: Thrice Nine Legends), and A Midwinter Sellsword (Book 1: Hawkhurst Saga).

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  1. You recently released Gladiators and Thieves, book two of the Hawkhurst Saga. Can you tell us a little about that series and how it came about?

You will have to forgive me if I momentarily nerd rage. The story of Hawkhurst was never intended to be in my collection of stories. Hawkhurst first began as a politically-themed RPG MUD (Roleplaying Game Multi-User Dimension) played through text on a web-based platform. I spent an entire weekend creating a complex city from the…

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