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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 »

Magazine Review: ‘Ares’

ares magazine

Ares Magazine brings together the best of Golden Age pulp storytelling, eye-catching art, and modern indie board games. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Silk Map: A Gaunt and Bone Novel’ by Chris Willrich

The Silk Map

The sequel to 'The Scroll of Year' gives us delightful, dizzying sword and sorcery. Read More »

Interview: Andrew Cratsley, Author of ‘Keepers of Runes and the Tower of Shadows’

"Success is measured by the amount of happiness you feel, not the amount of money you make."

"Although not every day is fruitful; I look forward to seeing what my efforts produce." Read More »

Board Game Review: ‘Warband’

warband by dyskami

'Warband' is a game of resource management and a fantasy battle game at the same time, made interesting by its many different ways to gain points. Read More »

Interview: Eliot Baker, Author of ‘The Last Ancient’

"I found myself working like crazy to get my research in order."

"My notions of success are emotionally driven; certainly not defined in sales figures." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Raven’s Tears’ by Alesia and Michael Matson


The first of a high fantasy trilogy that would have benefited from stronger worldbuilding. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Shifters’ by Lucia Cascioli


A YA fantasy novel that should also grab older aged fantasy fans. Read More »