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Spilled Blood and Rationed Ink

Some in the street, some on the page - who's to know which is which?

Doug Hulick / Simon Morcar
1 October 1965
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I am, at times, a fantasy fiction author, a stay-at-home dad, a student and some-time teacher of historic Western Martial Arts, a rapier fighter, a hot-and-cold member of the Society for Creative Anachronisms, a former/recovering homebrewer, a single malt scotch drinker, and a dabbler in the kitchen. There is much more, of course, but not all of it enters into this journal, and besides - the best way to find out more is to read what I put down here.

I make no promises about the depth, frequency, or relevance of my entries. You get what you pay for, and since LJ is (essentially) free, you don't have a leg to stand on as far as the management is concerned should the content not meet your expectations. :)

Among Thieves: A Tale of the Kin -- April 2011 (U.S.A. via Roc/Penguin; U.K. and Australia via Tor/Macmillan; Germany via Verlagsgruppe Random House, under the Heyne imprint).
ISBN-10: 0451463900
ISBN-13: 978-0451463906


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