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Website Refresh

I love change. If you’ve been following my website over the past few years you are probably groaning and saying to yourself: Not again…

Yes, again. This time I REALLY like it. It’s clean and concise.

Tell me what you think!

In other news, I have reached the halfway point of NaNoWriMo two days early. I crossed the 25K words mark yesterday. This puts my word count at 51K for Cill Darae, Volume 5, of the New Druids series.

This is a different novel in so many ways. It scares me a little in that I am departing from the norm. It’s all third person for one. And two, I am tearing apart the Realm of Belkin once more.

Another Wonderful Review

The Red-Headed Book Lover has written another five star review of one of my New Druids series novels: Craobh, Volume 2.

Head over and check out her wonderful website. She reviews all sorts of novels and I’m inordinately pleased she finds my novels acceptable. Nothing pleases an author more than to read a positive review. It empowers me and leaves me wanting to write more for my readers. 

Thanks Aimee Ann!

Red-Headed Book Lover

The Red-Headed Book Lover, Aimee Ann, has just posted a wonderful review of my first novel: https://redheadedbooklover.com/duilleog-donald-d-allan/

All I can say is: wow! Thanks so very much, Aimee!

Please share folks! Best way to support an Indie Author is to push the good stuff out!

New Author Interview

A new author interview with me was just posted. Head over and have a look!

https://allauthor.com/interview/donalddallan/

Donald D. Allan latest interview by AllAuthor Born in Ottawa, Canada, author Donald D. Allen always wanted to write for a living, fantasy always being his go-to genre. He joined the Naval Reserves in 1982 at 17, ignoring the advice of his teacher to become a writer. It was only after he retired from the military that he returned to writing. In his books, the main storyline drives his characters, but his characters always write themselves. Donald’s series explores the church, science, and magic. The names of his books, Duilleog means leaf, Craobh means branch, Stoc means stalk, and Freamhaigh means root. To him, it’s not fantasy unless magic is present and it’s not sci-fi unless the future of mankind is at stake, but he loves both genres. To the rest, he advises writing from your heart because you love to write and don’t worry about what people think. Read full interview…

 

 

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