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Seven Sons Intro Video

Get excited! Check out what’s coming in 2019. #ComingSoon!

We have an 8-part video series talking about our Seven Sons project between BrixBaxter Publishing and LMBPN Publishing. It’s massive and you’re not going to want to miss out.

Seven Sons is a new urban fantasy and paranormal adventure series kicking off in January with high action, deep friendships, and an adventuristic world building BANG!

Filled with strong characters, mind-bending story, and fantastic villains, it’s a shared, 4-dimensional world with 7 different series converging together: Human Hunters, Shifters, Fae, Vamps, Angels, Elves, and Magic Wielders.

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