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Author Interview: ‘The Last Keeper’ by J.V. Hilliard

About the Book:

A young boy’s prophetic visions.

Blind at birth, Daemus Alaric is blessed with the gift of prophetic Sight. Now, as a Keeper of the Forbidden, he must use his powers of the Sight to foil the plans of a fallen Keeper, Graytorris the Mad.

An elven Princess with a horrifying secret.

Princess Addilyn Elspeth travels from Eldwal, the magically hidden home of the Vermilion elves, to begin her life as a diplomat to the human capital of Castleshire. During her journey, she stumbles upon a mystical creature foretelling ill tidings.

A terrifying force of evil.

Daemus’ recurring nightmare vision threatens to catapult him into a terrifying struggle that will leave the fate of the Keepers—and the realm—hanging in the balance. Daemus and Princess Addilyn must set out to face the menace that threatens their very existence.

Will the entire realm fall to its knees?

The Last Keeper is the first book in The Warminster Series. With gripping, epic action and heart-pounding adventure, you’ll love this new adventure series.

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Author Interview:

1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you in to writing?

My name is J.V. Hilliard, and I am an epic fantasy novelist and author of the Warminster series and book one of the saga, The Last Keeper.

I started writing creatively at a young age, around the fourth grade to be succinct. My uncle was paralyzed in the Vietnam War and when he returned home, my mother was his nurse. I grew up by his side and he was a 2nd father to me. Of course, the type of activities he could engage in were limited because of his condition—but creative writing was something he could do. Thus, I began to watch him write short stories and serials, learning from him.

Eventually I found myself taking writing classes in high school and then again in college, but my focus was on government, so I ended up writing every day for a living. But writing legislation or grants is much different than crafting fiction. I had to go back to the days of those classes and recapture the style, pacing and dialogue skills I had abandoned for too many years.

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?

I almost always write at night. I feel I have more creative connectivity with my characters nocturnally, so I usually get two to three hours of writing done when everyone else is asleep, including the dogs. Though in truth, they are never very far away.

I enjoy writing in my den, but there is a bookstore nearby that has a small café that I will retreat into every now and then, but I find comfort writing alone in my house with a map of the realm on the wall behind me and characters and plotlines scrawled out on the whiteboard in front of me.

3: Where do your ideas come from?

Many come from past campaigns of table-top role-playing games, particularly Dungeons & Dragons. Of course, the Realm of Warminster is unique and features one-of-a-kind monsters and my version of spells and magic, but I take much inspiration from nearly two decades of gaming.

As a dungeon master, you see the stories come together and, in some cases, fall apart, depending on how the players react. But you always know when a story line is working and when players are having a good time. Those are the ideas I have adopted into my novels.

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

YES! Always. I am a planner/plotter to my very core (for better or worse). And I know this likely will read strangely, but I write my stories backward. I start at the end and work my way back through my own process of “reverse engineering” to ensure I haven’t missed any aspects of the plot.

I’ve tried doing the “pantser” thing, but I feel like I am just not built that way. Sad, but true.

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

My genre is a mix of epic fantasy and dark fantasy, landing in a place with plenty of “sword and sorcery” for the average fantasy adventure enthusiast. My love for the genre started when I was young and read the Hobbit, saw the movie Conan the Barbarian and then started playing Dungeons and Dragons. At that point, I was hooked.

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

Great question! If I had to choose, I would have Daemus Alaric played by Jaeden Martell of “It” fame.

As Princess Addilyn Elspeth, I can see Poppy Drayton (since she did an excellent job as an elf in the Shannara series) or Ashley Greene, who played Alice in the Twilight series.

For Sir Ritter of Valkeneer, I can see Liam Hemsworth making a great Longmarcher captain, or perhaps Taron Egerton, as he is practiced at playing characters with a longbow. Perhaps he can reprise his Robin Hood role from a few years back… just with pointy elven ears.

And of course, for Graytorris the Mad, I see Joaquin Phoenix. His role as “Joker” would make him perfect for the role.

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors?

I am a big fan of Margaret Weis of Dragonlance fame, R.A. Salvatore of the Dark Elf Trilogy and of Terry Brooks of the Shannara series. But the granddaddy of them all is Tolkien, for his Lord of the Rings work.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

I am currently beta reading for a friend of mine that has a book being released later in the year. Beth Green’s Seeds of Power.

9: What is your favourite book and why?

I would have to say Homeland, by R.A. Salvatore, as it is the “origin story” of my favorite fantasy character, the dark elf ranger, Drizzt.

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

Keep writing. Writing is habitual and it becomes its own muscle memory. Even if you aren’t in the “zone,” keep doing a few paragraphs a day or even start to outline the next project. I think that kicks the creative juices into gear and saves momentum for your work-in-progress. The worst idea is a stale one.

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?  

My website is www.jvhilliard.com and my social media channels are:

Twitter: @JVHilliardBooks

TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@jvhilliardbooks

Instagram: www.instagram.com/jvhilliardbooks

Facebook: www.facebook.com/JVHilliardBooks

Vimeo: www.vimeo.com/jvhilliard

About the Author:

Born of steel, fire and black wind, J.V. Hilliard was raised as a highlander in the foothills of a once-great mountain chain on the confluence of the three mighty rivers that forged his realm’s wealth and power for generations.

His father, a peasant twerg, toiled away in industries of honest labor and instilled in him a work ethic that would shape his destiny. His mother, a local healer, cared for his elders and his warrior uncle, who helped to raise him during his formative years. His genius brother, whose wizardly prowess allowed him to master the art of the abacus and his own quill, trained with him for battles on fields of green and sheets of ice.

Hilliard’s earliest education took place in his warrior uncle’s tower, where he learned his first words. HIs uncle helped him to learn the basics of life—and, most importantly, creative writing.

Hilliard’s training and education readied him to lift a quill that would scribe the tale of the realm of Warminster, filled with brave knights, harrowing adventure and legendary struggles. He lives in the city of silver cups, hypocycloids and golden triangles with his wife, a ranger of the diamond. They built their castle not far into the countryside, guarded by his own two horsehounds, Thor and MacLeod, and resides there to this day.

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Book Blitz: ‘The Olympus Trinity’ by Brian Coggins Jr

Title: The Olympus Trinity

Author: Brian Coggins Jr

Genre: Epic Fantasy / Action Adventure

About the Book:

Zeus, the King of the Gods, fears no man, being, or anything of nature in the universe except one thing . . . the loss of family. Opposed to the cruel ways of his vicious father, Kronos, Zeus has strived endlessly in instilling the traditions his mother Rhea taught to him—Family is Everything. In spite of all his protection over his children, destiny ignores no one. 

When a mysterious figure comes to his home, Zeus discreetly turns to his reticent brother Hades, God of the Underworld, for answers. Unfortunately, the rebellious and uncontrollable Ocean God, Poseidon, seeks for the answers his way that collides the troubled lives of the forefathers. 

Needing to cast aside their differences, the Olympus Trinity must work together if they are to unravel the threads of a perilous mystery of their past. 

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About the Author:

Brian Coggins Jr. is not only a science fiction and epic fantasy nerd but loves reinventing stories about Greek mythology and history. Writing has always been a pathway to another world for Brian as his inspiration for character development and intricate mystery plots flourished from his time in film school in Orlando, Florida. He is trying to create an exclusive fulfilling reading experience that indulges your imagination and dives you into a complex, action adventure universe full of diverse characters.

When Brian isn’t writing, he is spending time with his friends and family, traveling with his wife, or doing house chores that his wife tells him he never gets to.

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Author Interview: ‘The Broken Heart of Arelium’ by Alex Robins

About the Book:

None can resist the ravages of time. Knowledge is lost. Memories fade.

But some things must never be forgotten.


Over 400 years ago, twelve great warriors united the beleaguered armies of men and scoured the war-torn lands of evil, pushing the enemy back into the underground pits and caverns from whence they came. To ensure their legacy, each of the Twelve founded fortress monasteries to impart their unique knowledge of war and politics to a select few, the Knights of the Twelve.

But now the last of the Twelve have long since passed from history to legend and the Knights, their numbers dwindling, are harbouring a dark and terrible secret that must be protected at all costs.

Merad Reed has spent half his life guarding a great crater known as the Pit, yearning for some escape from the bleak monotony. Then the arrival of Aldarin, one of the few remaining Knights of the Twelve, sets off a chain of cataclysmic events that will change Reed forever.

To the north, Jelaïa del Arelium, heiress to the richest of the nine Baronies, must learn to navigate the swirling political currents of her father’s court if she hopes one day to take his place. But the flickering flames of ambition hide the shadow of an even greater threat.

And deep within the earth, something is stirring.

“A fast-paced epic fantasy thrill-ride filled with action-packed battles, compelling mysteries, and unforeseen betrayals.”

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Author Interview:

1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you into writing?

Hi there, Sarah, and thank you so much for putting this interview together! I’m a UK ex-pat living in France; I moved here with my parents and siblings in 1995. I currently manage an IT firm close to Angers, an attractive city in the western part of the Loire Valley … and write whenever I can find the time!

Strangely enough, I started writing because I was afraid that the quality of my written English was slipping. I still speak regularly to my close family in English, read exclusively in English, and watch a lot of UK TV, but actual writing was something I was doing less and less of. 

What started as a short story to practise my writing skills then expanded into a longer tale and from there careened headlong into the War of the Twelve series (which started as three books and is now four).

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?

Good question. Unfortunately, I don’t really get to choose when I write, as professional and family obligations come first. My more-or-less only writing time is late in the evening, once the kids are in bed and I have spent some time with my wife. 

What’s great about having a laptop is that you can write almost anywhere. My favourite place by far is in a comfy armchair by the fire, my feet propped up on a stool and my laptop on my knees.

3: Where do your ideas come from?

I’ve always been a voracious reader, ever since the age of eight when I first picked up The Hobbit, swiftly followed by The Lord of the Rings and the Dragonlance Chronicles. I think many of my ideas come from things I didn’t see in most of the fantasy I read and wanted to explore more. So, lots of middle-aged characters, morally grey protagonists, the unreliability of historical accounts, that sort of thing.

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

I’m what writers call a pantser. No idea who first coined that exact term, but it’s been floating around in the writing community for a long time. A pantser doesn’t have a detailed outline, only a general idea of how the story will start and end, then lets the flow of the narration tug him/her in one direction or another. 

I’ve heard that some pantsers have no plot points laid out at all, which leads to characters being killed off, geographical locations changing, or the story suddenly shifting viewpoints, etc. That’s not quite my style! I have a beginning and an end for the series firmly stuck in my head, then I write an additional 2000–4000-word outline before starting each novel. I never deviate from these initial bullet points; the only difference is that sometimes when going from A to B a character will suddenly decide to go and do C instead and take me along for the ride. 

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

So, this is my first ever series, and it’s unabashedly epic fantasy, the genre I read almost exclusively while growing up. As a reader, I enjoy books that take me on a journey away from reality — the further away, the better! It’s a wonderful form of escapism, and I have huge respect for fantasy and SF writers whose worldbuilding is so superb that their readers can easily picture themselves standing there beside their favourite characters. 

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

I admit I purposefully try not to do this as I am a firm believer that each reader should have his or her own idea of what my characters look like. I see the protagonists in my head, and they don’t look like any actors in particular, they are unique.

If I was casting for the first book, I would go for someone like Clive Owen or Iain Glen for Merad Reed, and Elizabeth Olsen, Kaya Scodelario or Naomi Scott for Jelaïa. But once again, every reader should form their own opinion!

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors?

I do! Though probably less now that I write. My TBR is endless … My all-time favourite fantasy author is David Gemmell. If you’re looking for some great, fast-paced, traditional military fantasy, he’s the author to choose.

For a more recent take on military fantasy, John Gwynne is an absolute master of the genre. More specifically, his Faithful and the Fallen series.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

At the moment, I’m switching back and forth between Christian Cameron’s Killer of Men and the One Piece manga written by Eiichiro Oda. Both are equally excellent. 

9: What is your favourite book and why?

That’s a tough one. Probably Legend by Gemmell, as it has everything I really love in a fantasy novel. Lots of action, some great characters, and plenty of spectacular set pieces that you can only find in the written world (probably one of the reasons it’s never been filmed despite its popularity). 

A close second would be Terry Pratchett’s Men at Arms. Pratchett fills every single sentence of his novels with philosophical musings, anachronisms, and Easter eggs, many of which you only pick up on during a ninth or tenth read-through. Incredible writer.  

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

The cliché — but correct — answer would be to write what you love. Not necessarily what you know, but what you love. You are going to be rereading your own stuff a lot. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve read my first novel. If you don’t like reading fantasy, don’t write a fantasy novel. If you hate teenage protagonists, don’t write one as your main POV.

I was surprised to learn how many people in the writing community write “to market”. If you don’t conform to specific fantasy tropes, your book might sell fewer copies, but at least you won’t lose your sanity in the process.

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?

I’m very bad at social media in general (probably because I’m over forty), something not helped by the fact that I’m in a different time zone from a large part of my reader base. 

My website (www.warofthetwelve.com) is certainly the best place to go. Everything about current and future projects is posted there, and, if you sign up for the newsletter, you can have a monthly summary delivered straight into your inbox!

Facebook: www.facebook.com/warofthetwelve

Twitter: @warofthetwelve

About the Author:

Alex Robins hails from the sunny Loire Valley in western France, surrounded by imposing castles and sprawling vineyards. The Broken Heart of Arelium is his first novel.

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Author Interview: ‘Through the Silent Forest’ by Ashley L. Castillo

About the Book:

They thought it was only a legend. Now it has arrived to destroy them all.

Struggling with her obligations as the new Chief of Terrene, 18-year-old Diana must reconcile her destiny with her heart as she carves out her place in society. But when a bout of strange dreams and occurrences reveals an ancient enemy that everyone believed was only a mere legend, Diana soon finds herself thrown head-first into a quest that will decide the fate of everyone she loves. 

Falling in with a mysterious guardian and tasked with reaching the distant mountain to save her people, Diana must face off against an evil that will stop at nothing to destroy her. But she soon discovers this will be no easy task. If she wants to succeed, Diana will need to uncover her truth about the world around her and come to terms with creatures beyond her wildest imagination – and all the while, she must navigate the turbulent relationship she has with the guardian sworn to protect her… 

Can Diana fulfill her destiny and stop the creature that threatens her homeland? Or has she fallen into something way over her head?

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Author Interview:

1: Tell us a little about yourself and what got you in to writing?

I’ve always been a big reader ever since I was a kid. My career path has varied, ranging all over the place, but one constant in my life has always been books. 

One night I was struck with a story idea and sort of slowly built on it after that, playing with the idea and writing down notes and things like that until I finally decided to sit down and give it a real try. I figured with all the books I’ve read, how hard could writing one be?

2: Do you have a favourite time and place where you write?

I don’t have a favorite place to write. My husband and I travel for his job, so we’re constantly moving every so many months. I do have my computer that I take with me everywhere we go so I can work. 

But my favorite time to write is at 2 or 3 am when I wake up with an idea, or story content, or something new that I half thought, half dreamed up. So I get up and write in the middle of the night when it’s quiet and the ideas just sort of flow.

3: Where do your ideas come from?

I wish I knew. I draw inspiration from all sorts of things, other books, movies, tv shows I enjoy. But I like going out and exploring. It’s one of my favorite things to do while we travel. I’m inspired a lot by the places I see and the things I go out and do. They just sort of collide within my mind, and new ideas come around.

4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

It really depends. For my Bright One Series, certain books had major plot points that I knew I needed to hit, that I had planned out. Other times I just sat down and wrote and saw where it took me. I did, of course, have to go back and rewrite things, or adjust things, or cut things out altogether. But overall, I find that just letting my ideas flow works best as long as I know my end goal.

5: What genre are your books and what drew you to that genre?

I write fantasy mainly, the adventure, romance kind of books with a little bit of everything in them. I’ve always loved fantasy books and fairytale retellings. 

I’ve always enjoyed books that sort of sweep you away from the everyday world and transport you somewhere new and magical. 

6: What dream cast would you like to see playing the characters in your latest book?

Honestly, I’ve never thought of that. If my book was ever popular enough to make it into a movie or a tv show or something like that, I would just be so thrilled to have that coming that whoever was cast to play the parts I would be honored to have them play my characters.

7: Do you read much and if so who are your favourite authors?

I read all the time. As for my favorite authors, that’s really difficult. I like so many for so many different reasons. I love Jaqueline Carey, who uses such beautiful language in her books. I love C.S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien, from who I drew a lot of inspiration from. 

More modern-day writers such as George R. R. Martin, Patrick Rothfuss, and Diana Gabaldon are among my favorites too. I could go on and on, but these authors are usually my go-to authors.

8: What book/s are you reading at present?

I have a never-ending to be read pile that steadily gets steeper the more time I spend writing. I feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything I want to do.

Currently, I am ARC reading and beta reading three different books from various indie authors. Two are new authors that I’m working with, and the other is an author I’ve worked with before on her second book. So it’s very exciting for me to get to read these books before they become available and also for me to give the author some opinions and help before they continue with their writing process.

9: What is your favourite book and why?

I have so many books that could be considered my favorite book. But over all, one of my favorite sort of stand-alone books is Wildwood Dancing by Juliet Marillier. It’s a re-telling of the twelve dancing princesses, set in Transylvania and full of magic. What more could you want from a book?

10: What advice would you give for someone thinking about becoming a writer?

My advice would be to just sit down and do it. First drafts are hard. My first book took me forever to write and the longest time to edit and re-work until I felt it was perfect. But it’s worth it. 

Writing your story and ideas down to create a book is one of the most incredible things to achieve. Other parts are hard, marketing, publishing, but writing is easy. It’s everything else that makes it difficult. So work on it, fuss over it, writing is your project, your creation, be happy with it, and that’s all that matters.

11: What are the best Social Media Sites for people to find out about you and your work?  

My website is www.AshleyLCastillo.com

You can follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/ashleyl.castillo

TikTok: www.tiktok.com/AshleyLCastillo

Or on Facebook: www.facebook.com/alcastillobooks

About the Author:

Ashley L. Castillo is a fantasy author with a passion for crafting unique worlds and fantastical adventures. As a lifelong fan of all things fantasy, Ashley loves to read books packed with mermaids, vampires, fairies and all kinds of mythical creatures. She hopes to entertain and inspire her readers by writing captivating novels with awe-inspiring settings and loveable characters. Ashley was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. When not writing or reading, she enjoys traveling with her husband Josh and their three pets Bailey, Thomas and Kitten.

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Release Blitz: ‘Servant of the Lesser Good’ by Shaun Paul Stevens

Title: Servant of the Lesser Good

Book 1 of the Feyrlands Collection

Author: Shaun Paul Stevens

Genre: Epic Fantasy

About the Book:

A cursed symphony and magic which tells stories in your mind.

High Mistress Talia is a hellraising socialite with a murky past. But she has a bright future. Beautiful, rich, and a virtuoso harpist, she’s betrothed to the Count of Brecht. In short, she has it all. Or so it would seem.

Marla Holst is the new lady’s maid, but never has the ‘help’ been so unhelpful. Marla, real name Mist, has only one mission: to stop the high mistress’s marriage. By any means necessary.

But complications abound. Talia’s disturbed daughter, a girl who can see into the future, is cursed with the stigma of a devil-worshipping father. The count’s father, the Duke of Rizak, is a recluse, too afraid of assassins to show his face. And all the nobility want to do is duel.

Meanwhile, the highlight of the season—a recital of the famous ‘Cursed Symphony,’ draws ever closer.

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Excerpt from Chapter 6:

An afternoon with the Count

The count, Lord Bannefort, swept in, the baron at his side. Both sported the latest fashion—close-shaved beards and curly white wigs framing powdered faces. Of the two, Bannefort was the taller and better-proportioned, with a strong nose and intense dark eyes. An anonymous-looking valet followed behind, restraining two tiny, winged dogs on leashes. What the beggars were they? The little things looked vicious, visions from a nightmare—furry, hellish, four-legged piranhas. At least they didn’t look capable of flight. Paloma stared at the creatures, eyes lighting up. That was the first time she’d brightened at all.

Pleasantries exchanged, the count and baron took their seats, two luxurious armchairs having miraculously appeared during lunch. Bannefort nodded at Paloma. “Your child, I presume?”

“Yes, this is Paloma,” Talia said. “I thought you should meet.”

“And how are you, child?”

“Well, sir,” she replied in a small voice.

“You will address me as liege,” Bannefort said. “But you may call me father once your mother and I are wed.”

She scowled, and one of the demon dogs snarled. Bannefort gave it a kick, eliciting a whine. “Do try to get along with her, Yastrich,” he muttered. He turned back to Talia. “How are you enjoying the apartments, my love?”

She fanned her face, trying to look sultry. “They are the lap of luxury, my liege. And the gardens, I have never seen such varieties.”

“Yes, I stayed here for a while myself. Although I have to say, I prefer something a bit wilder.”

“Of course you do, my liege.”

“We just returned from Aburon, did we not, Bertie? That’s wild country, my love. Great-horned nasterlich chasing you down in dense forest—not for the faint of heart, damn bugger nearly nipped me twice.”

“The hunt was a success then? I trust you brought me a trophy?”

“Sadly not, my love. We lost the boat downstream, and with it the beast’s head.” The baron scratched his ear. Bannefort took in the room. “Well, aren’t you going to introduce me to everyone?”

“Of course.” Talia waved at the marchioness. “You know the Marchioness of Eastisle.” She proceeded around the room, ending with Mistress Aghala.

Bannefort smiled at her. “Well, aren’t you a pretty young thing,” he said.

Aghala looked away, giggling. Talia stiffened just a little.

Several stories followed of the brave count and the baron’s manly exploits. Apparently, they’d climbed a mountain, discovered a new tribe, and personally overseen the putdown of a peasants’ revolt, all in the last six months. Not to mention their sporting achievements.

The temperature soaring, Talia beckoned, patting her glistening cheek. “Powder,” she mouthed. Mist retrieved the pot from the day bag and hurried over. She dabbed the concealer on.

“I see you managed to replace the thief,” Bannefort said. “Is that hair or snakes falling out of her bonnet?”

Everyone laughed. They obviously set a low bar for humour around here. Talia shooed her away. “She was all I could get,” she informed the room, “at such short notice. But she comes with good references and has not stolen anything yet, as far as I am aware.”

“Oh, you can tell the thieving ones,” Mistress Saffron said. “Their eyes are too close together.”

About the Author:

Shaun Paul Stevens was born in October 1972 in London. He spent his formative years in the shadows of the dreaming spires of Oxford, before moving to Nottingham, where he graduated university with a degree in English and Media.

Navigating a path through music, art and the internet, writing came calling and he found himself ensconced in alternate realities and gritty fantasy worlds. He has written several books to date.

Shaun now lives in Brighton, on the south coast of England, with his patient family and ungrateful cat, generally being a nerd.

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Website: www.shaunpaulstevens.com

Email: contact@shaunpaulstevens.com

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Twitter: @spstevenswriter

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