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Next week, we get back to talking about business and whatnot. I promise. But since it's Friday the weekend and all, and the weather probably sucks if you happen to be in the northern hemisphere, and my watch says it's pretty much book o'clock already, I thought I would treat fans of The Nemesis ...
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I know it will be a few more months before you can get your hands on Vol.2 of The Nemesis Engines, so here's a little concept art from the inevitable #TheNemesisEngines Instagram campaign to get you salivating a little bit before the big day (which is only a few short months away). ...
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World War 1 officially ended in Compiègne, France, on November 11, 1918. In just four short years, 'the war to end all wars' had claimed roughly 17 million lives and left over 20 million additional men, women and children wounded.Almost 100 years later, November 11th is still, in many parts of th ...
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‘The Nemesis Engines’ – 100 years ago…

July 28, 1914. It has been a month since the assassination in Sarajevo of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife. After a month of mourning across the Austro-Hungarian empire - and a month of outrage and anger and calls for revenge - Austria Hungary declares war on Serbia. We are still quite a way ...
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That's it. We're there. The time to send the first volume in The Nemesis Engines series - The Peacemakers - out into the world has finally come. After almost four years in development, the series is ready to start rolling out.The project started sometime in 2009. It began, like most things, as an ...
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I was having coffee with a long time friend last month, and naturally, we got around to talking about The Nemesis Engines, which was kind of nice because I spend way too much time talking about social business and brand management anyway. The big question - and one that  get every time someone find ...
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