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Why I Write Fantasy: The Why Is So Much Of It So Similar? Edition

Last week I talked about the infinite possibilities offered by the fantasy genre, but buried in there was the nagging question: “Why then is so much of fantasy writing so similar?” 788 more words


Burning by Danielle Rollins

Tucked away, deep in the woods, Brunesfield Correctional Facility’s cold walls and empty hallways keep dangerous girls away from the world . . . girls like Angela Davis, whose fate was determined by one bad decision. 258 more words


Anora - Chapter One

The sun drifted lazily through the boughs of the trees. Feeling no need to push on such a relaxing day, the rays shimmered and filtered amongst the feathery tendrils. 1,828 more words

Anora - Druid

The Time Slipsters by Terry Tumbler

I confess… I have committed the ultimate cardinal sin, especially as a reviewer. I read this third book in The Dreadnaught Collective FIRST. The “Setting the Scene Afresh” at the beginning of the book was helpful, but I feel I have missed many important connections by jumping ahead. 253 more words


The Governor-General's Oath

Chapter 4

Grundoon spent the rest of the day in his office, pouring over the documents, maps, and assorted paperwork for his new job. Romilmark was a very large territory, containing three good-sized cities, several villages and towns, and three high mountain passes that allowed travel to and from Romillia. 895 more words

Fantasy Fiction

#BookReview: Here Be Witches by Sarah Mussi #MPBooks

Title: Here Be Witches (The Snowdownia Chronicles #2)

Author: Sarah Mussi

Publisher: Shrine Bell

Genre: Young Adult/Teen, Fantasy


Description: All Ellie Morgan wants is to be with her one true love, Henry. 856 more words

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"50% of" The Time Slipsters

I am loving this creative world! The future will be a time of fantastic transportation, medical marvels, and … self-propelled suitcases. I can see someone working towards realizing the latter very soon. 177 more words