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SPFBO Review - And Then There Were 6

 
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Hope And Red

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Laura Lam Interview

Laura Lam Interview 

We are excited to once again have the talented author Laura Lam with us today. Her most recent novel, False Hearts, was released this June and the conclusion to her Micah Grey series, Masquerade, is due out in January 2017. In the years since Pantomime and Shadowplay, the first two books in the Micah Grey series, […]

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Teresa Frohock Interview

Teresa Frohock Interview 

Today we have the pleasure of interviewing Teresa Frohock, author of several ground breaking fantasy novels and novellas including The Broken Road, Miserere, and the recently completed trilogy of Los Nefilim novellas (In Midnight’s Silence, Without Light or Guide, and The Second Death). Can you tell us a little bit about when you first got […]

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Tara Sim Interview

Tara Sim Interview 

Today we are lucky enough to have author Tara Sim here to talk about her upcoming novel Timekeeper (Sky Pony Press, Fall 2016). She can often be found in the wilds of the Bay Area, California. When she’s not writing about mischievous boys in clock towers, Tara spends her time drinking tea, wrangling cats, and […]

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Graham Austin-King Interview

Graham Austin-King Interview 

Graham Austin-King is the author of the The Riven Wyrde Saga. This trilogy follows the fates of a people whose land is invaded by two forces. One they have known about for a long while, but never before has such a large scale invasion been launched, and another they have no knowledge of except for […]

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Interview with Sylvain Neuvel

Interview with Sylvain Neuvel 

I was lucky enough to get a super-early Advanced Review Copy of Sleeping Giants. It was a book that immediately grabbed me and kept hold of me until I turned the final page. For anyone who has read The Three by Sarah Lotz, the style is rather similar. We are presented articles, transcripts and logs […]

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Danielle L. Jensen Interview

Danielle L. Jensen Interview 

Today we are lucky enough to have Danielle L. Jensen, author of The Malediction Trilogy with us to answer some questions about the series, which will be wrapping up in May with the final book, Warrior Witch. So who is Danielle L. Jensen—and what is she all about? What’s she likely to be found doing […]

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Interview with Brian Staveley

Interview with Brian Staveley 

Brian Staveley is one of the breakout authors of the past few years. His ‘Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne’ series has a ton of admirers from all around the world and their consensus is that each book has been better and bolder than the last. Inevitably then, the third book in the series, The Last […]

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Interview with Louisa Hall, author of Speak

Interview with Louisa Hall, author of Speak 

We’ve featured a fair amount of Science-Fiction on Fantasy-Faction lately, far more than we usually do, and that has opened doors to chat with some fantastic authors writing within that genre. Today I’m speaking with Louisa Hall, who is an American novelist with a phD in Literature from the University of Texas at Austin. Our discussion will focus on […]

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Catchup Interview with Jen Williams

Catchup Interview with Jen Williams 

Today, on the release day of The Silver Tide, Fantasy-Faction has been able to catchup with one of our favourite authors, Jen Williams. For anyone who hasn’t yet picked up Jen’s books, you probably want to check out this review and this interview and skip this one for now (it contains a number of book […]

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Emma Newman Interview: The Split Worlds Series, Writing, Tea, and More

Emma Newman Interview: The Split Worlds Series, Writing, Tea, and More 

On the eve of her February 23 re-release of her Split Worlds series, I caught up with author, narrator, and host of the Tea and Jeopardy podcast, Emma Newman to talk about her path to publishing, her writing style, finishing the Split World Series, her motivations for writing this story, being married to a novelist, […]

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Interview with Paul Tassi

Interview with Paul Tassi 

I’ve been enjoying the blog posts of Paul Tassi – video games, technology, and Internet contributor at Forbes – for quite some time now. Simply put, his tastes are pretty similar to my own (and probably yours too!): Playstation/XBOX Games, Superhero & SFF Movies/TV Shows, the latest innovations in technology. So, despite Science-Fiction being one […]

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Interview with Clifford Beal

Interview with Clifford Beal 

Hopefully you’ve seen yesterday’s review of The Guns of Ivrea by Clifford Beal. It’s a novel that features pirates, adventure and politics and throws in fantastical elements such as supernaturally gifted humans, magical objects and mermaids. I concluded my review with my feelings that “it’s highly readable, fast-paced, fun adventure novel that somehow manages to be all of that without ever […]

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