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The Tropic of Serpents by Marie Brennan

Society doesn’t look kindly on women who want to expand the world’s knowledge of dragons through scientific study, scandalous affiliations and hazardous adventures across the globe but, as we well know by now, Isabella, Lady Trent cares not a whit for society’s glances or approval. 986 more words

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An interview with Marc Aplin

Please tell us a bit about about yourself and Fantasy-Faction.

It is kind of hard to talk about me and excite anyone reading this because where as I feel like I’m always doing a lot, I don’t really seem to do anything, at all. 2,620 more words

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Cover Reveal!

Everyone knows that old saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” However, despite the adage, we all do it anyway. There’s nothing like a gorgeous or intriguing cover to make us grab a book off the shelf and crack it open to find out what’s inside. 51 more words

New Fantastical Biology Article

My Fantastical Biology series at Fantasy Faction is still going strong, with an article on Symbiosis this month. I had a lot of fun writing this one, and I hope everyone enjoys reading it.

Underground fantasy part 3: Tunnels and secret passageways

So far in this series we’ve wandered through caves, dungeons, tombs and enclosed mazes to find out what makes underground fantasy settings so atmospheric and alluring. 940 more words

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