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Featuring two giveaways for a copy of BCS author C.L. Clark’s new military fantasy novel The Unbroken.

The Captain and the Quartermaster

How different that was from the beginning. With her hand in Deputy Quartermaster Omopria’s, sneaking away from the army’s camp, Captain Len felt like she could climb the clouds. But the sky was clear and blue, and the quartermaster’s smile was bright and warm, and the captain was sinking hopelessly into it. Back when the war was new and hope was sweet on the tongue. Freedom from the Tyrant. Rule by The People.

Commander Maeb Len knows that, more than anything, an army needs hope in order to struggle onward.
The Colors of Sand

Bas'hai sits there, stunned. There is only one goal for an honorable Shahan: to dispatch the invaders once and for all, when they come back. Theirs is not the power to question, to wonder or to explore. She feels a jagged rift open between her and her lover, and her voice raises like a rockfall. “We know enough! They are not people, they are devils, and devils do not reason. The only one cowering at this instant is you. You better take your post, while I go to the general.”

The horizon starts to tremble, the yellow of the dunes bleeding into the blue, and before Bas’hai even sees the first hoof, she knows.
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The Captain and the Quartermaster

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Commander Maeb Len knows that, more than anything, an army needs hope in order to struggle onward.
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Do Not Look Back, My Lion
“I will not feed another child to the Emperor. I will not.”