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Wayne Hannis

Wayne lives in the fantastic realm of the sunny Shuswap, in British Columbia, Canada. While growing up he played along creeks and in ravines, Climbed ancient spruce trees and swam in clear fresh water lakes. So its no wonder his life is steeped in imaginative magic, and the world he's created has a lore as old as the mountains.

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Nightmares Encased in Stone: A Dark Tale of Fantas

Dark Tales of fantasy: When evil things happen to good people there never is a happy ending. Meshan Algoric would never get over the senseless slaughter of his family. The pain con...
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To Rule by Right: A Dark Tale of Fantasy

Dark Tales of fantasy: When evil things happen to good people there never is a happy ending. Tasmorea had lost two kings, one after another.Now after fifteen years, the Heir Appare...
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4 review(s) | Average score: 4

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Good story

By Caitlin McColl (Canada)

Review of Nightmares Encased in Stone: A Dark Tale of Fantas:
As a lover of fantasy books all my life (incl. 'traditional' fantasy involving elves, dragons, wizards etc.) i really enjoyed this story! Well written.Interesting world. Also, nice to see a fellow BC'er on here! :) My Grandpa lived on Shushwap lake and I spent many summers up there as a kid. It's a beautiful area.

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Fun title

By Sarah Baethge (USA)

Review of Nightmares Encased in Stone: A Dark Tale of Fantas:
I enjoyed this. It had a main character with a clear motivation, as established by his history. Truthfully, there is no way in which I would change it (leave off 1 'all right' that I think was supposed to be 'alright). I am ready to read more-

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A compelling story, disappointingly told.

By Joe Dixon (UK)

Review of Nightmares Encased in Stone: A Dark Tale of Fantas:
This is the first review I've posted here. I enjoyed the story. It is a very interesting premise. The set up and the twist are strong and satisfying. However, the text is let down by significant grammatical and typographical errors. I think if you addressed these issues, you could have a very strong short story. Best, Joe.

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Should this be here?

By Sarah Baethge (USA)

Review of To Rule by Right: A Dark Tale of Fantasy:
I believe this was posted in error for two reasons: 1. according to the copyright page it was published elsewhere 2. according to a note on that page, by that other publisher; if I come into possession of this story without having paid them, I am supposed to discard it grammar advice: the synonym for rip is tear, not tare you can't 'simple destroy' something, you can 'simply destroy' it other than all of that, I liked it

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gets more interesting as it progresses

By Sarah Baethge (USA)

Review of To Rule By Right: A Dark Tale of Fantasy:
I must say, I like this story; it's fun. the only things wrong with it are a couple minor grammar slips and an annoying amount of spellchecker-proof bad spellings: if you know something in the past, you 'knew' not 'new' it, if you lower your head it gets 'buried' not 'berried', they are is 'they're' not 'their', and if you are ripping something you 'tear' not 'tare' it

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Shows promise

By Gail Seymour (UK)

Review of Nightmares Encased in Stone: A Dark Tale of Fantas:
While the basic story idea is strong and shows promise, there are multiple spelling and grammar issues that let it down. Also, the majority of the story is told rather than shown, leaving the reader with a sense of detachment from what could be a very powerful piece.

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