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Ryan Peter
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Ghostwriter, journalist, editor, copywriter and musician. Author of "When Twins War".
Ghostwriter, journalist, editor, copywriter and musician. Author of "When Twins War".

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Happy birthday +Nick Wienand!!
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Happy birthday +Shane Rielly !
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So... When Twins War: BOOK II is available at Amazon, Smashwords, Kobo, Scribd, Apple books, and tons of other places! This is a revised version of my original, now split into two books, with the first book free. One bonus feature of this version is that it includes a chapter from the sequel, FLIGHT OF THE PRINCE.

If you like classic fantasy give my book a try :) With the first book free there's really no risk, and I've enjoyed some good reviews. You don't even need to login. Get the first book at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/555733 and follow the link below for the second.
When Twins War: Book II
When Twins War: Book II
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Are you a Wattpad reader? Do you enjoy fantasy? Yes? Well, you can read WHEN TWINS WAR: BOOK I there now - the entire book :) Please leave a comment!
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Anyone who is interested in writing as a career in SA would have enjoyed the SA Indies Rock (SAIR) book festival this weekend. Here's some stuff I learned. Honourable mentions: +Carlyle Labuschagne,+Rachel Morgan and others.
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Here's why I'm keen for the #SAIR Book Fest this weekend (and you should be too). Come and meet some great local authors!
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Six years married today. So stoked.
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This is why I wrote a book on singleness for Christians.

"We’ve got yet another Christian culture problem. Somewhere in the formative and oh-so-tacky ’80s and ’90s, a message spread through Christian bookstores (R.I.P.), pulpits, youth groups, and all the nooks and crannies of God-fearing culture. This message was that: casual dating is not good, women’s hearts must be guarded by men, and all romantic relationships better have marriage in mind—or they’re just using each other."

http://www.relevantmagazine.com/life/relationships/why-dont-guys-my-church-ask-women-dates
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