Shields in Shadow by Andy Peloquin – SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review
 

Shields in Shadow

SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review

 
Tales of the Thief-City by Gareth Lewis – SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review
 

Tales of the Thief-City

SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review

 
The Stone Knife by Anna Stephens – Exclusive Excerpt!
 

The Stone Knife by Anna Stephens

Exclusive Excerpt

 

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Rogues Gallery by Richard A. Knaak – Kickstarter

Rogues Gallery by Richard A. Knaak – Kickstarter 

This author has written books for World of Warcraft, Diablo, and Dragonlance amongst others. Anyway, with that in mind, when this most prolific of authors is running a Kickstarter we jumped at the chance to help out and pay him back a little for all the joy he had brought into our reading lives.

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Rex Draconis: Lords of the Dragon Moon by Richard A. Knaak

Rex Draconis: Lords of the Dragon Moon by Richard A. Knaak
4.25

While Narnia and Middle Earth were my gateways to fantasy, the Dragonlance world of Weis and Hickman made me a fantasy reader for life. Adding to the core storyline was Richard Knaak, with his Dragonlance standalones. The Legend of Huma and Kaz the Minotaur have sat on my various shelves and spent brief sojourns packed […]

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Black City Dragon by Richard A. Knaak – Cover Reveal

Black City Dragon by Richard A. Knaak – Cover Reveal 

Today Fantasy-Faction would like to welcome Richard A Knaak to the site so that he can show off the cover for his new book, due out November 13, 2018. I’ve already reviewed the first two books for Fantasy-Faction and enjoyed them both thoroughly. Without me waffling any further, I’ll hand over to Richard. – – […]

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Black City Saint by Richard A. Knaak

Black City Saint by Richard A. Knaak
4.5

Prohibition is in full swing. The cops are scrambling around, closing down speakeasies, and arresting gangsters whenever they can – those that aren’t on the take that is. And in Chicago, Al Capone is about to make his move. To Nick Medea this is all background noise, a fact of life in the roaring 20s. […]

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Richard A. Knaak Interview

Richard A. Knaak Interview 

Who doesn’t know Richard A. Knaak? You know what, don’t answer. You all should. This is the author who has written more books than you realise, in more worlds that should really be possible, and created the truly epic Dragonrealm – which I’ve written about before. Now, he has branched out once more and written […]

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Firedrake by Richard A. Knaak

Firedrake by Richard A. Knaak
4

The land is ruled by the Dragon Kings. The icy north, the land of the Ice Dragon. The south, the city of Irillian by the sea, is ruled by the Blue Dragon. The Black Dragon rules in Lochavar, the land of the grey mists. The wasted lands are ruled by the Brown Dragon. The Red […]

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Richard A. Knaak Interview

Richard A. Knaak Interview 

Richard A. Knaak is an author who has achieved just about everything you could hope for as a writer of Fantasy. Over the course of his career – that extends over a quarter of a century, by the way – he has had a written within the renowned and much loved worlds of Conan and […]

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Fantasy Titles On Our Radar: March 2016 Edition

Fantasy Titles On Our Radar: March 2016 Edition 

Here we are then… It’s another ‘On Our Radar’ post, this time covering the month of March! Because, our to-be-read lists are never quite long enough, right? This month we’ve included all the titles that have us excited or that we’ve seen and thought readers would find interesting. We’ve probably not included ‘every’ big fantasy […]

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Perfect Beginnings

Perfect Beginnings 

There is no doubt that the first sentence of a novel is important; it’s the hook that draws the reader in. And, when it comes to fantasy and science fiction, this opening line requires even more care: These words become the first steps a reader takes in your alternate reality, dimension, planet or timeline. Get […]

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Writing In Someone Else’s World

Writing In Someone Else’s World 

I began my career writing in someone else’s world, but I gained that opportunity by utilizing my own work. TSR (then the publisher of Dragonlance) was not publishing independent novels, but the editor with whom I met agreed to read my manuscript nonetheless. Upon doing so, he was impressed enough to ask me to submit […]

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Forgotten Male Fantasy Authors Of The 80s

Forgotten Male Fantasy Authors Of The 80s 

Editor’s Note: Due to the lack of women writers on this post, Fantasy-Faction has posted a similar version focusing on women writers who readers of today may not have heard of. We decided to do this instead of adding them to this list, because when we asked for suggestions over Twitter we quickly hit double […]

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Winding Up The Wheel of Time

Winding Up The Wheel of Time 

I was 13 years old in October 1991. That was when a book called The Dragon Reborn, by a guy called Robert Jordan changed my life. I saw it. I bought it (and the two prior volumes) and thus began my love affair with The Wheel of Time. Fast-forward almost 22 years. Last week, I […]

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