Let’s Meet Erin Hunt Rado – Fantasy Action Author

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GET READY FOR BARBARIANS!

There’s a wonderful project in the works, Realmes of the Ravensdaughter, which is a D&D 5e guide that is based on the 6 novellas from Tales of the Ravensdaughter. Book 3 is The Wizard and the Wyld. The barbarians in this story are based on an actual So. Cal. performance guild called The Wild Collective. My co-author, Sam Goodman, and I have c…
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KIRKUS REVIEW – Tales of the Ravensdaughter

TALES OF THE RAVENSDAUGHTER – Collection One Erin Hunt Rado Self (305 pp.) $27.95 hardcover, $21.95 paperback, $8.95 e-book ISBN: 9798861413848 In this epic fantasy, a woman becomes a powerful warrior in both the spirit and mortal worlds. Tavern-keeper Alerice Linden seeks revenge against the man who assaulted her—the mayor of the city of Navre. F…
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The Saga of the Crimson Brigade

Now that Tales of the Ravensdaughter Collection One is finished, and more importantly I’ve had a little time off to let my creative engine idle in neutral for a while, my natural urge to tell stories is once again popping back into my consciousness. Up until now I thought I would next begin work on Tales of the Ravensdaughter Collection Two, becau…
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Tales of the Ravensdaughter is FINISHED!

Hooray and Huzzah! Tales of the Ravensdaughter is finally complete and all 6 novellas are NOW AVAILABLE on AMAZON! Can you believe it? I originated this series this April at Week 3 of the So. Cal Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire. I spent the first week creating the premise, the next four weeks outlining the series (I was creating plot twists wi…
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Disrupting Fantasy – Part 1

I am titling this post as Disrupting Fantasy – Part 1 because I will no doubt have more to say on the subject. But for this blog, let’s start with stale beginnings. I just got back from a local writer’s club meet & greet. The small event at a local library had about 30 participants. One, actually, was a 15-year-old girl who had amazing talent a…
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Should Writers work with Editors

I hear this question quite a bit.  In this day of self-publishing, anyone can call themselves an author. Now, I do not mean to be disparaging, but more often than not, the writer has not gone through the steps they would normally go through would if their work was purchased by a publisher. One of the key steps is the Editorial Process. So, should w…
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Why Did I Create An LGBTQ Character?

This is a good question, and one I think needs to be addressed. First, please allow me to set the stage. I’m 57. I’m white, female, straight, grew up in 70’s-80’S in a middle-class So. Cal suburb. Of course I knew gay kids in high school. They had to stay in the closet most of the time or they would have been ostracized. One of my close friends …
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