Firefly – The Big Damn Cookbook by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel
 

Firefly – The Big Damn Cookbook

Cookbook Review

 
6th Annual Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off: An Introduction to the SPFBO
 

6th Annual Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off

An Introduction to the SPFBO

 
A Tale of Stars and Shadow by Lisa Cassidy – Spoiler Free Review
 

A Tale of Stars and Shadow

Spoiler Free Review

 

Browsing all articles by Summer H. Paulus.

The Girl and the Stars by Mark Lawrence

The Girl and the Stars by Mark Lawrence
4.75

When I first saw the cover of the US edition of Mark Lawrence’s new book, The Girl and the Stars, I had to read it. I promptly contacted Mr. Lawrence, who was generous enough to provide me contacts for getting myself a copy of his newest novel. The front cover is truly beautiful, with undertones of mystery and wonder, and I was fortunate to be added onto the reviewer list. Lucky me.

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Brian Lee Durfee Interview – Prison Comic-Con

Brian Lee Durfee Interview – Prison Comic-Con 

Today we are talking with epic fantasy author, Brian Lee Durfee, about his recent convention in the Utah State Prison. For anyone who doesn’t know you and isn’t familiar with your novels, can you provide a brief overview? I am the author of The Forgetting Moon, The Blackest Heart, and The Lonesome Crown, the first […]

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G. R. Matthews Interview – Six Kingdoms

G. R. Matthews Interview – Six Kingdoms 

G. R. Matthews is a self-published writer with eleven books under his belt. He is also head mod on the Fantasy-Faction Facebook Group and the official Bureau Chief of Fantasy-Faction proper. Recently he signed with Jamie Cowen from The Ampersand Agency LTD and now has a manuscript out with an interested publisher! We can’t wait […]

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Mark Lawrence Interview – The Girl and the Stars

Mark Lawrence Interview – The Girl and the Stars 

Today we are very happy to have back Mark Lawrence! Lawrence is the author of multiple bestselling series: The Broken Empire, The Red Queen’s War, The Book of the Ancestor, Impossible Times trilogy,and his new upcoming trilogy: Book of the Ice. Again, thank you Mr. Lawrence for agreeing to another interview with Fantasy-Faction. What influenced […]

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NaNoWriMo 2019: My Personal Experience – Part Two: I WON!

NaNoWriMo 2019: My Personal Experience – Part Two: I WON! 

This is part two of my experience participating in NaNoWriMo 2019, a writing exercise where one attempts to write a novel (50,000 words) in a month’s time. If you haven’t done so already, be sure to read part one first. Huzzah, I did it! I won! I am very much relieved I survived the grueling […]

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NaNoWriMo 2019: My Personal Experience – Part One

NaNoWriMo 2019: My Personal Experience – Part One 

As I am writing this, I am feeling completely burned out. My hair is a mess (is that another silver strand sprouting up?!), my eyes are puffy and twitchy, dark circles nestle beneath and I am desperately trying to hold back a yawn…aaaaand the yawn wins out. I managed to force out 400 words this […]

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving
5

From the listless repose of the place, and the peculiar character of its inhabitants, who are descendants from the original Dutch settlers, this sequestered glen has long been known by the name of Sleepy Hollow… Halloween is my favorite holiday, probably due to the many fond memories of my mom putting up decorations and trick-or-treating […]

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The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan

The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan
4.75

Spoiler Warning: This review contains minor spoilers for The Eye of the World. “The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend. Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth comes again.” Why did it take me so long to […]

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Todd Lockwood Interview – The Summer Dragon

Todd Lockwood Interview – The Summer Dragon 

I went to Dragon Con (a convention held in Atlanta, George) in the fall of 2016. Amid the hustle and bustle of the massive crowds, attending author panels and going to workshops we decided we needed a break. My sister-in-law’s husband wished to go see a friend in the Marriott, so we entered into an […]

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The Red Plains by G. R. Matthews

The Red Plains by G. R. Matthews
4.25

Spoiler Warning: This review contains minor spoilers for The Red Plains. “Listen, Jiin-Wei, Taiji, I do not ask you what you can do or tell you what you cannot. Do not presume you know the same about me. I have lived more years than you can imagine and seen more of the world than you […]

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Unicorn Mirror: A Compendium of Unicorn Lore

Unicorn Mirror: A Compendium of Unicorn Lore 

Introduction: The Ethereal Glimpsing of a Unicorn “The unicorn lived in a lilac wood, and she lived all alone. She was very old, though she did not know it, and she was no longer the careless color of sea foam, but rather the color of snow falling on a moonlit night. But her eyes were […]

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Georgia Renaissance Festival – Opening Weekend Review

Georgia Renaissance Festival – Opening Weekend Review 

Introduction For the past few years now, I have overheard family members exclaiming on how much fun they have had at the Renaissance Festival in Georgia. When the opportunity arose for me to finally share in the fun, I made plans to get myself up to Georgia and see what all the hype was about! […]

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