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La legado vivo! With Mark Reefe!

Ryan Lieske: Thank you for doing this interview. Why don’t we start by having you introduce yourself to the readers.

Mark Reefe: I was raised in Bowie, Maryland, but moved the homestead to the beautiful Shenandoah Valley a few years back where I live with my lovely wife, two boys, and one devilish dog. 3,946 more words

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The wonder of Middle-earth.

Wonder surrounds us everywhere if we care to look carefully. It can be hidden in the smallest details which seem ordinary and which we tend to take for granted as time passes, but which are still wonderful in their own right. 1,065 more words

J. R. R. Tolkien

Novel Thoughts: A Brief Synopsis

So, as some of you know, I’ve been posting for a while about my Novel. However, you probably don’t actually know what it’s about. Hopefully, your interest will be piqued enough that you will want to take a look at it in that far day when I actually finish it and hopefully see it shepherded into print. 993 more words

Epic Fantasy

Reading Tad Williams: "To Green Angel Tower: Part 2" (Book 3 of "Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn")

Well, I finally finished the concluding volume of Tad Williams’ magisterial trilogy “Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn.” In this final volume, the conflicts that have so far raged come to their stunning conclusion, as the various characters all make their way to the Hayholt in time to witness the fruition of the Storm King’s desire to turn back time and return to the world of the living. 1,009 more words

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Wonder Woman 2017 Movie Review

Wonder Woman directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine tells the origin story of how Wonder Woman came to be. The fast paced superhero film opened with Diana (Wonder Woman) living as a child within the magical world of the Amazon. 307 more words

Fantasy Literature

It is all in the mind.

When in the heat of his grief over the murder of his father and the theft of the Silmarilli Fëanor accused the Valar of being idle and taking no steps to punish Morgoth and return the gems, little did the Elf know how much he erred. 937 more words

J. R. R. Tolkien

Review: The Seven

Hopefully the last in my “god damnit, reviewing the last book in a trilogy without spoiling anything” series for a little bit, but I got a chance to chew through the final book in Peter Newman’s  856 more words

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