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Aaron D. Schneider

Fantasy author and lore monger. Husband and father. Writer of such series as The Outcast Royal, The World's First Wizard, The Rings of the Inconquo, The Warring Realm, and more to come.

The NerdFathers Episode 28: Kratos gets Ahead

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What’s This Nerdfathers Podcast All About?

The hits just keep coming for our intrepid duo, and we're not just talking about Chris and Aaron! With the revelation of new heights that need climbing the pair will need a guide, someone who is wise, clever, and has a phenomenal Scottish accent. Someone like the smartest man alive… but after cutting off his head (at his request) they are going to need some help and luckily they know just the witch for the job. Come join in the adventure with the pair of nerdy padres.

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