Blood Doctrine is the latest work from my good friend and fellow Patheos bloggers, Christian Piatt. I chose to review Blood Doctrine as my inaugural post as I slowly get back into the world of blogging even though I have a few more months of my sabbatical to go! Instead of doing a “standard” book review, I decided to shoot a vidcast giving a quick summation of Blood Doctrine and then interviewed Christian about his thoughts on his first novel and where he wants to go with the characters next! Don’t forget to get your own copy of Blood Doctrine by clicking here!
The Unknown Namesake: A Bastard’s Divine Legacy
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