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Fantastical Biology: Deep Oceans is up!

The next article in my Fantastical Biology series is up. This one is about life in the deep oceans, and how to apply that in a fantasy setting.

Review of Johannes Cabal the Necromancer

Check out my review of Johannes Cabal the Necromancer on Fantasy Faction!

This is my favorite fantasy series right now, so I’ll be doing reviews of all four books for Fantasy Faction.

Underground Fantasy - Part 1: Caves

The name “Dungeons and Dragons” sums up the appeal of the fantasy genre perfectly. Giant magical creatures and dark, mysterious settings create images of mythic adventure and enchantment that provoke cult-like attachments that are enough to sustain entire communities. 1,060 more words

Hummblebee

Tome Scour Review: The Dream-Taker's Apprentice - By Mark Lawrence

“How much is a dream worth?”

It is the first line to of the first short story to appear in the Fantasy-Faction Anthology, the Dream-Taker’s Apprentice, by Mark Lawrence. 644 more words

Worldbuilding