Serban V.C. Enache
Born on March 25, 1989, Bucharest/Romania. Licensed in journalism. Creator of the Of Hate And Laughter series. This universe is one of infernal majesty; it's my heart and soul. If it matters to anyone, my sun sign is Aries, moon sign is Scorpio, mars sign is Gemini.
My interests are: MMT (modern monetary theory), politics, history, literature, tv-shows, movies, games, music (from epic soundtracks to gothic metal), and I enjoy walking the green and concrete.
I'm a deficit owl and social progressive. I'm also pretty good at drawing.
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Follow Magnus, Korvern, and Septimius in this black-humored short story as they talk on all manner of aspects. From stray dogs and men of evil hearts, to matters of politics and things preternatural. Fiscal austerity, cats, dead elders, and evil spirits to name a few. Strange things for crows to ponder on, indeed. Also, you'll find two sample chapters from the 1st and 2nd OHAL books.
A Heretical Divide
A Heretical Divide picks up right where An Empire Of Traitors left off. The Inquisition proves itself a hydra of murderers and schemers. The ram's war in the Winterlands gets mired in betrayal, and the hawk's vengeance comes to the devil's home under sorcery and ploy. Even with a new emperor, the Sun Throne's vassals are still brewing; each house following its own petty interests.
An Empire Of Traitors
Within the five realms of the Empire things are stirring. Driven by ambition and wounded pride, many nobles seek to change their fortunes, even with the price of treachery. A feeble monarch sits the Sun Throne; and from exile, from the heathen nations of the Lowlands, another Sunborn scion of house Mero gathers strength behind his claim. No family, great or small, shall remain indifferent.
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Smashwords book reviews by Serban V.C. Enache
- Recipes from the Kitchen of a Frugal Non-Cook
on Feb. 22, 2014
The recipes are not for the average vegan upstart. I myself being a moody omnivore can go either way. The book is so easy to read and get into. I recommend it to any individual (or better yet, any young couple) wanting to get knowleadgeable and skilled around the kitchen, while saving some money in the process and having fun.
Though not being an expert or cullinary scientist, Ria Stone is nonetheless dedicated to scientific rigour. This is made evident by her observation that measurement conversions are easy to make via internet calculators; but transforming the recipie for more or less mouths is a real mathematical challenge. Combinations of ingredients and preparation having so many variables, this is most true. Even if you're good at math, you can run into trouble.
From the author's menu list, I'm gonna try out first the microwave baked potatoes. I'm tired of making french fries for myself anyway. And my oven is really old and a hassle to wait around on. Overall, considering its content and form, I give this ebook a solid 5.