There are various places around Middle-earth, and very often we see that the dwellers of a certain land and the land itself are a good match for each other. 1,529 more words
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A few months ago, I happened across an author profile on Goodreads. A sucker for time travel fiction, I was immediately intrigued and looked up the author’s list of works (and how quickly I could get them from Amazon), and eventually reached out to see if she’d answer some questions about her writing. 845 more words
Tonight (16 Oct) I’ll be discussing “Writing Africa’s Futures: Fantasy Africa or Fantastical Africa” with Nigerian writer Chikodili Emelumadu, shortlisted for The Caine Prize, at Durning Library.
I’ve decided to be brave and start doling out a short story I’m working on in installments here on the blog. It’s set in the same universe as the “The Heretic’s War” and details the miraculous happenings surrounding the birth of Xharyush, the founder of the great empire of Haranshar. 799 more words
The Two Towers is the second in the Lord of the Rings trilogy and comprises of book three and four in the story. Book three follows; Aragon, Gimli, Legolas, Pippin and Merry in their adventures after the company has been broken by Frodo and Sam leaving at the end of… 607 more words