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Book Review: “Glimmerglass,” A Novel by Marly Youmans

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Part fairy tale, part cautionary tale with a dash of fantasy and allegory. Read More »

Interview: William D. Burt, Author of ‘The King of the Trees’

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Award winning author, William D. Burt talks about his writing and love for fantasy. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Winter Boy,’ A Cultural Fantasy by Sally Wiener Grotta

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A ‘must read’ for anyone who enjoys a cultural fantasy set in the ‘long ago’ of a more prehistoric past. Read More »

Card Game Review: ‘Villagers & Villains’ – High-Fantasy Adventure

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A rich blend of Euro-style gaming and thematic fantasy, with a zany twist! Read More »

Interview: Terry Nicholetti, Author of ‘GoldStar Magic! Family Pen-Pal Kit’ Including ‘NoraLee’s Adventures on Planet Ifwee’

"I want whole families to learn the power of intention."

'I used to have a sign over my computer that said, "Expect the Aaaagggghhhh! Then just start typing!"' Read More »

Interview: ‘Sir Princess Petra’s Talent’ Author – Diane Mae Robinson

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Blogcritics chats with 'Sir Princess Petra's Talent' Author, Diane Mae Robinson. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Magic of Myths’ by Brotherson & Calvet

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What is real, and what do you want to be real? Read More »

Interview: Cindy Lynn Speer, Author of ‘Wishes and Sorrows’

"You need to write to get the garbage out before you find your true voice. "

"I write, in part, to make people happy, to give them an escape hatch. . ." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Sorrow’ by John Lawson

A mysterious traveller who is on a mission, a seductive 14-year old assassin...

An engrossing dark fantasy novel with a strong touch of mystery, Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Guardian and the Rogue Shadow’ by S L Lewis

The Guardian and the Rogue Shadow, S. L. Lewis

The second book in Lewis' "Guardian" series proves as engrossing as the first. Read More »