Chasing Graves by Ben Galley
 

Chasing Graves

New Release Review

 
Dragons of Autumn Twilight by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
 

Dragons of Autumn Twilight

Classic SFF Review

 
Elizabeth Haydon – The Cauldron Interview
 

Elizabeth Haydon

The Cauldron Interview

 

Browsing all articles by James Latimer.

SPFBO Review: Clearwater Dawn by Scott Fitzgerald Gray

SPFBO Review: Clearwater Dawn by Scott Fitzgerald Gray 

Clearwater Dawn is a tightly-woven, almost claustrophobic mystery-adventure tale, focusing on the role of one pivotal minor player in major affairs. It features a lot of traditional tropes (a princess, a stable-boy, political intrigue, assassins) but is definitely a grown-up rather than YA story (in theme – I don’t want to imply it’s X- or […]

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SPFBO3: The Fifth Five Fall…

SPFBO3: The Fifth Five Fall… 

The Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off officially began on July 1st! In case you missed it, here’s what Fantasy-Faction has posted so far: Our announcement Introducing round one Cover contest winners First five fall Second five fall Third five fall Fourth five fall And of course you can keep track of everything relating to round one on the SPFBO […]

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SPFBO3: The Next Five Fall…

SPFBO3: The Next Five Fall… 

The Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off officially began on July 1st! In case you missed it, here’s what Fantasy-Faction has posted so far: Our announcement Introducing round one Cover contest winners First five fall Second five fall Third five fall And of course you can keep track of everything relating to round one on the SPFBO page on Mark […]

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SPFBO3: Another Five Fall

SPFBO3: Another Five Fall 

The Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off officially began on July 1st! In case you missed it, here’s what Fantasy-Faction has posted so far: Our announcement Introducing round one Cover contest winners First five fall Second five fall And of course you can keep track of everything relating to round one on the SPFBO page on Mark Lawrence’s blog. Ahh, […]

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