Smoke and Stone by Michael R. Fletcher
 

Smoke and Stone

Review

 
Scion RPG 2nd Edition Review – Part Two – Scion: Hero
 

Scion RPG 2nd Edition

Part Two – Scion: Hero

 
An Introduction to Xianxia: LitRPG’s Redheaded Stepsister
 

An Introduction to Xianxia

Article

 

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The Nightmare Affair by Mindee Arnett

The Nightmare Affair by Mindee Arnett
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So, this is one of the newest Young Adult titles to come out of Tor Teen this year. While perusing the bookstore on my birthday with my fiancé, I noticed the lovely jacket cover (pictured below). Because it is human nature, and we all judge everything first by appearance, I was immediately intrigued by the […]

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The Top Six Nerdy, Fantasy-Related Things That You Can Try When You’re Not In The Mood To Read

The Top Six Nerdy, Fantasy-Related Things That You Can Try When You’re Not In The Mood To Read 

I’m a high school English teacher by day—fantasy freak by night. If I were to include a list of all of the fantasy authors that I love, or a list of my favorite fantasy novels—well—it would be quite expansive. With being an English teacher, and having a full load of grading and lesson planning to […]

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Manipulating the Mythos

Manipulating the Mythos 

There is an ongoing argument among fantasy lovers as to whether or not you can take a long-standing myth and manipulate it into something different. We all know that things change over time. Life is about adaptation. The theory of evolution, the passage of the seasons, and the journey from infancy to maturity, all are […]

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Frightening Fantasy?

Frightening Fantasy? 

October is my favorite month, mostly because of the holiday that takes place at the end of it. I am from the United States, so Halloween is a pretty big deal here. It’s the largest holiday, second only to Christmas as far as the percentage of people who decorate their homes and spend money is […]

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Faerie-Tales: The New “Thing” in Fantasy Entertainment

Faerie-Tales: The New “Thing” in Fantasy Entertainment 

First it was vampires and then it was zombies. Now it’s faerie-tales. What will the next fad be? Necrophilia and bestiality? Supernatural teen pregnancy? Oh, wait. I forgot. Twilight already did both. I kid, I kid. But seriously, all of us should remember some sort of faerie-tale from the time that we were children. Unless, […]

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Divergent by Veronica Roth

Divergent by Veronica Roth
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Here’s a title that, until a few weeks ago, had flown completely below my radar. My sister-in-law suggested it to me, claiming that if I loved The Hunger Games Trilogy, I would absolutely adore this book. I fixed her with a doubtful stare, one that told her plainly that I thought she was full of […]

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