The decision to choose fantasy as your genre is amazing. From Lord of the Rings to The Game of Thrones, fantasy has been around and will stick around long past our days. Though, writing fantasy can be a bit of a challenge. Heck, just choosing the writer's life is a challenge, but worth the calling.… Continue reading Why Write Fantasy?
Ready Player One By Ernest Cline Audio narrated by Wil Wheaton While I'm not the type of person who readily dives into this genre it was suggested to me by someone to read it. I'll admit I wasn't jumping on the bandwagon fast. I did purchase the story on audible.com and it remained on my… Continue reading Book Review: Ready Player One
Relentless by Karen Lynch 288 pgs Fantasy/Paranormal I connected immediately with the protagonist Sara Grey. The author wrote a vivid, realistic character in a fantasy/paranormal. She done an exceptional job. With her father's murder haunting her, always wondering who or what killed him, her world is opened to the realms most choose to ignore. She… Continue reading Book Review: Relentless
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqMl5CRoFdk When I went to Pikes Peak Writers Conference I had the highest hopes of attaining inspiration to write. I had, to be quite honest, the feeling of that cold dark notion of 'writer's block' over me. I wasn't producing anything and I just knew the conference would help me come out of this rut… Continue reading Mick Jagger Sang It Best!
New YA/Tween Fantasy Released Today: Bloodmark Minneapolis, MN - Bloodmark, the first novel in the Bloodmark Saga Trilogy, is released today by Minnesota author Aurora Whittet. Bloodmark is the classic tale of good versus evil with the juxtaposition of an ancient Celtic culture of werewolves and present day. This story features a strong heroine—no damsel… Continue reading Book Cover & Blurb: Bloodmark
New YA Fantasy for review: Intangible Tuscon, AZ – Dr. C.A. Gray has released her new YA fantasy novel, Intangible. Peter Stewart is a nerdy 14-year-old British kid who grew up on a unique version of the Arthurian legends taught him by his father, a harebrained quantum physicist who asserts that anything is possible. In… Continue reading Book Cover & Blurb: Intangible
THE EMISSARY CAN SHE DELIVER THE “MESSAGE” IN TIME TO SAVE THE WORLD? What is the Secret of the Great Whales? Can Psychic Medium Jamie Hastings Tune into Their Desperate Communications in Time to Prevent a Global Armageddon? A Compelling New Spiritual Thriller from Bestselling Author Patricia Cori In her exceptional debut novel, internationally renowned… Continue reading Book Cover & Blurb: The Emissary
Michael Phillip Cash Releases His New Sci-Fi Dystopian Space Fantasy: Schism: The Battle for Darracia Long Island, NY - After the success of his first three books (Brood X, Stillwell, and The Hanging Tree) Michael Phillip Cash is fulfilling a dream and creating his own epic fantasy world. Schism: The Battle for Darracia is the… Continue reading Book Cover & Blurb: Schism, The Battle for Darracia
New paranormal fantasy: RIP: Choices After Death Glen Allen, VA - A ghost experiences physical contact for the first time since death. The idea came to author Daniel Sherrier one night and compelled him to write RIP: Choices After Death, a new paranormal fantasy book. Rip Cooper learns he can perceive ghosts with his five… Continue reading Book Cover & Blurb: RIP
Young Woman Tries to Tame Her Unpredictable Powers in Sleight of Hand, from Outskirts Press Award winning novelist Jennifer Fales’ eclectic fantasy puts a sci-fi edge to her tale of a young woman’s search to define herself in a future world where predators rule and wolves unabashedly flirt. Corona, CA – Award winning author Jennifer… Continue reading Book Cover & Blurb: Sleight of Hand