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Paul Freeman

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Tribesman, my epic fantasy novel, is now published. You can buy it for Kindle here

US: http://www.amazon.com/Tribesman-ebook/dp/B009K6KU28/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1349258983&sr=1-2&keywords=tribesman

UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tribesman-ebook/dp/B009K6KU28/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1349260395&sr=1-1

The print version will be out shortly.

Check out the trailer here


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Steve Merrill wrote 95 days ago

Thanks, Paul, It's good to know you still peek in at us from time ....

fidelia20 wrote 106 days ago

Greeting From Fidelia How are you doing today.I hope fine,my name ....

Steve Merrill wrote 134 days ago

Hey, Paul, I took my book down recently, but I'm taking some time to ....

Steve Hawgood wrote 160 days ago

Thanks for the support. Any joy with your own writing - how is the se....

KirkH wrote 190 days ago

Hi Paul, I hope you get a chance to read my sci-fi spy adventure. T....

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I wrote 713 days ago

Charles, this is feckin great! While not quite as bleak as The Road, nor scary as I am Legend it is certainly up there with those books for atmosphere. If I had one quibble it would be that if the aliens were rejecting people from travelling because of illness surely there would be a lot more people... view book

I wrote 748 days ago

Hi, Maeve. This is mad, in a good way. I've read the first chapter so far and already I'm getting a flavour of the madcap adventure Socorro is about to find herself in the middle of. it's clear, it's visual, it''s funny. I really enjoyed what I read. view book

I wrote 775 days ago

Hi, Jane. Not the sort of thing I would normally read, even so, I was drawn into Clarissa's plight. It is a topic that probably doesn't get enough sympathy, the effect on a stay at home mother when the last child leaves and goes into the world on their own, wether it is college as in your story or i... view book

I wrote 776 days ago

Hi, Joseph. A really stark and vivid account of life in a war zone, I can't even imagine how such a drastic change in culture would effect somebody. No amount of training would prepare me for a life where danger lurks around every bend, behind every set of eyes is a potential threat. I did notice yo... view book

I wrote 778 days ago

Hi, Sara. I started War of the Wastelands. Good to start with a couple of gruesome deaths. I kinda liked how you built up the personalities of the two boys, giving them life, rather than just making them two faceless victims. A couple of minor things, that everyone else will probably disagree wit... view book

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