…of Tortured Faustian Slumbers (2013)

Rivers of Grue

Crimson Quill’s Appraisal #106


Author: C. William Giles
Publishing House: Authorhouse
Year: 2013

Today is a sterling day for anyone who likes creative writing. These days are few and far between for Keeper, never what you would call an avid bookworm, Film has always been my true mistress; time being the main reason for this laxity. I love music, like nothing more than a brisk saunter around Skyrim but cannot shoehorn these interests in if I wish to put all of my soul into my scribings. However, I like to think of myself as a kind-hearted fellow, so when approached by a similar strain as myself I will take any proposal very seriously indeed.

When I first learned of an upcoming novelist by the name of C. William Giles I was intrigued to say the least. Once we began conversing it became opaque right away that this was a chap…

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