Come join us as we celebrate the release of the anticipated beginning of the adventure! The Travelers' Song, the first book in the Necromancer's Song series. When: Saturday, September 28, 2019, at 4-10 PM Where: Level Up Gaming, 1132 Creighton Road, Pensacola, Florida 32504 Meet the authors and other fabulous people. Get one of the … Continue reading You are Invited!
Please vote for WE WILL GET THERE in this cover contest! Round one finishes in 4 days, then return for round two to vote! If you help us win, we will post a give away! Thank you! https://allauthor.com/cover-of-the-month/4482/
Lori O'Gara has been writing on Medium.com for about a year. Medium is an online group of publications and magazines that you can read for a small subscription fee of $5 bucks a month. For about what you pay for a cup of coffee at that big famous coffee place, you can read about any … Continue reading New Online Publication
We will be signing books at The Gulf Coast Renaissance Faire & Pirate Festival March 2-3. 10 am-3pm Special Book Prices for signed copies!
Now available two compendium books for the Necromancer's Song series. The Two is placed in the current century. Love is a connection in the spiritual realm. The Two are not human, rather mystical beings that have existed since the beginning of time and change form at the discretion of Fate. They both discover, in a tragic … Continue reading NECROMANCER’S SONG COMPENDIUM BOOKS
As promised here are the covers for Brendan and Lori O'Gara's new novels, Necromancer's Song Series. The covers were created by Rosie Harman of Digiizone. Book I, The Travelers' Song will be released this summer.
A Whovian is a fan for the 55 year old (as of 2018) BBC broadcasted show Doctor Who. A few easy ways to tell if someone is a Whovian are: Turn off all the lights while repeating "Hey, who turned out the lights?", moving statues around while they aren't looking or telling them not … Continue reading What or Who is a Whovian?
William Porter, a self-proclaimed sinner cowboy from the hills of Tennessee, adjusted his black felt cowboy hat, the leather band worn by age and the constant fingering of his strong fingers. His hands not rough and calloused like a factual rancher but soft. Never the less William Porter was at heart a true cowboy. If … Continue reading There and Back: William Porter and His Hat
This past week I explained my foundation of belief so what does this have to do with my writing and my novels? I use this foundation, my life foundation, for all my stories and characters. I think all creative people use their values as a starting point for making art. The most authentic art comes … Continue reading Foundation of Belief
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