Captain Moxley and the Embers of the Empire by Dan Hanks
 

Captain Moxley and the Embers of the Empire

New Release Review

 
Livestream Chat with Fonda Lee, Andrea G. Stewart, and K. S. Villoso
 

Fonda Lee, Andrea G. Stewart, and K. S. Villoso

Livestream Chat

 
Blade’s Edge and Traitor’s Hope by Virginia McClain – Cover Redesign Reveal
 

Blade’s Edge and Traitor’s Hope

Cover Redesign Reveal

 

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The Cake is a Lie: Why Winning Isn’t Always a Happy Ending

The Cake is a Lie: Why Winning Isn’t Always a Happy Ending 

Sometimes I suspect I’m not truly American, because I harbor a dark secret. Unlike most of my countryfolk, I don’t much care for the neat, syrupy, happy ending. It just doesn’t do it for me. Oh, sure, we all need some escapism. Life can be awful, and in reality every life is a tragedy because […]

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Worldbuilding: It’s More Than a Pretty Map

Worldbuilding: It’s More Than a Pretty Map 

I know authors (and readers!) who hate fantasy worldbuilding. They hate it with a fiery passion. They even go so far as to hand wave whole settings, writing books that feel more like a screenplay – all dialogue and fight scenes – and less like fantasy novels. I’d argue that secondary world fantasy writers in […]

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