Joey Madia Presents Jester-Knight a book for young teens

August 17, 2009 at 8:34 pm (scifi) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Jester KnightJester-Knight, by Joey Madia



Jester-Knight follows the teenage trials and triumphs of Alde, the son of the Jester of Glittereye, a kingdom barely three generations old. As the fledgling kingdom crumbles from within, Alde must balance the expectations of being named for the first and greatest of Jesters with the path to knighthood that is thrust upon him through the selfless and heroic deed of saving an Elf.


Filled with epic battles, fierce dragons, political intrigue, and grand adventure, Jester-Knight sets the stage for ever-expanding explorations of the world of Mynoweth in the 6-book series The Ambir Dragon Tales.


“Joey Madia’s writing style in Jester-Knight, coupled with his imagination and depth of understanding, is precisely what our culture desperately needs: literature that empowers youth with the insight, courage, and wisdom much needed for undertaking the rites of passage into responsible adulthood where leadership is filled with heart and soul.” — The Fisher King Review


JoeyMadiapublphotoJoey Madia is an author, actor, and educator who writes in a

wide variety of genres and styles. His ten plays for young

audiences have been produced across the United States and his

series of books on using theatre in the classroom are helping

teachers redefine learning. His poetry, essays, and short stories

have been widely published and have earned him several awards. He

is working on several new books, including the next book of the

Ambir Dragon Tales, The Lost Stone of Ruenai. He is the founding editor of, an art and literary site.


For more information, visit


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Galen By Allan Gilbreath

July 27, 2009 at 11:25 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , )



Galen- the name itself conjours up old world castles, dark alleys, cobblestone streets. However, Galen is now in the present and has learned to adjust to the new ways.
Yes, Galen is a Vampire, but a vampire with a twist. This twist is what kept me turning the pages to see exactly what Galen was about.
Galen loves to feed and he loves to hunt. But Galen does it with a flair. He seduces the women he wants and depending on his mood he either kills them or keeps them around for a while.
Except for Brenda- She was supposed to die- due to circumstances which were beyond Galen’s control she didn’t now she is out for his blood.
When I finished Galen I went right to the next in the series Dark Chances.
If you really enjoy dark vampires and want something new and fresh read Galen, and then Dark Chances.

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