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Darrion by Marissa Ames

This is a melancholy short story about a mother’s struggle to protect her son from a corrupt king. The writing is rough in places, but still the life presented is a rich portrayal of a poor woman in medieval times. … Continue reading

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Minstrel by Marissa Ames

This novel is subtitled A Ballad of Lies, Deceit, and Redemption, a pretty accurate accounting of what you’ll find within the pages. The story focuses on Liam, a minstrel who has been raised from poverty through a king’s proclamation and … Continue reading

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