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About Paul S. Lavender
Paul Lavender was born in Gateshead in the north-east of England in 1968. He now lives in Worcester in the West Midlands. He is still a supporter of Gateshead F.C though!
He is married and has a son.
In his working life, he has been an Electrician and a Manager for a logistics company but is currently a stay at home dad.
The Eighth God is his first novel; the second will be called The Sect of Seven, and the third will be Helekose. Paul expects the series to run into eight books, but you never can tell with these things!
If you’re looking for TheEighthGod, you can sometimes find him on an Xbox!
If you have any comments - good or bad - you can reach me on Twitter at @paullavender6, but please no Trolls as they won't make an appearance until book 5!
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Contains fiction by: Michael R. Baker, Allan Batchelder, C. H. Baum, Matthew P. Gilbert, S. D. Howarth, Matthew Johnson, Christopher Keene, Paul Lavender, Ulff Lehmann, Frank Martin, Richard Nell, Martin Owton, C. T. Phipps, Michael Pogach, Jesse Teller, Damien Wilder, and David Niall Wilson
Melress and The Fading Man
A young half-elven boy is kidnapped by a children's nursery rhyme.
The Dove's Head Inn
Someone wants to get their hands on The Dove's loot, but they have to get past two bouncers to do it.
Something is killing residents of Ashen Falls, and a young Melress is found standing next to a body. Can the battle mage find the real culprit?
It's a foggy night in Ashen Falls, and soon monsters walk the streets led by a man with one thing on his mind - revenge!
Now with 3 more stories that increase the book by over 100%!!!
The Black Bastle
Melress and Beatrice stumble upon a nest of bandits.
The Wedge 'O Cheese
Why is everyone in Ashen Falls avoiding this triangular cheese shop? One street urchin is keen to find out.
Pock and Cock vs. The Necromantic Circle
Not all elves are happy about the rise of humans and half-elves...and tonight they are going to do something about it!
Heroes will rise to answer the call.
Saethryth has just returned from the orc lands where he has been killing them for over twenty years. He is one of the last Orcslayers left alive.
Melress is a half-elven Battle Mage, recently promoted to captain and sent to the fortress of Knight's Perch, where there are rumours of a traitor.
Tierra has been sleeping with the enemy and now she wants revenge.
And Bazak-Kul, well he just wants to get home alive.
They, and others, will face the onslaught at Knight's Perch, but battle is the least of anyone's problems, because The Eighth God is on the rise and everything can change when the gods are playing.
Throughout fiction, there have always been heroes who have fallen from grace. Champions of honor, decency, and order who have become villains through some traumatic event or a deep personal flaw. Blackest Knights is a collection of 19 tales by some of independent fantasy's best authors that follow a collection of those heroes who fell to temptation. From tales of bloody-handed hypocrites to space pirates, you'll find some truly fascinating works within.
Contains fiction by: David Niall Wilson, C. T. Phipps, James Alderdice, M. L. Spencer, Paul Lavender, Ulff Lehman, A. M. Justice, Matthew Johnson, Matthew Davenport, Frank Martin, Allan Batchelder, Martin Owton, Richard Writhen, Jesse Teller and Michael Suttkus.