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Evelyn Skye Interview

Evelyn Skye Interview 

Evelyn Skye’s hotly-anticipated debut, The Crown’s Game, is due out in the spring. Vika Andreyeva can summon the snow and turn ash into gold. Nikolai Karimov can see through walls and conjure bridges out of thin air. They are enchanters—the only two in Russia—and with the Ottoman Empire and the Kazakhs threatening, the Tsar needs […]

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Interview with Robert Jackson Bennett

Interview with Robert Jackson Bennett 

I’m rather excited today, because I get to bring you an interview with Robert Jackson Bennett. For those who are unfamiliar with Robert’s work or fancy a bit of a recap, RJB is an American author who had his first novel – Mr Shivers – published at the age of 25. Despite his youth (still only […]

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Interview with Alison Littlewood

Interview with Alison Littlewood 

I first heard of Alison Littlewood back in 2012 when one of her Editors, Jo Fletcher, was proudly telling me that her debut novel – A Cold Season – had been selected for the Richard and Judy Bookclub (similar to Oprah’s Bookclub, for you readers from the US). Here in the UK that’s a really big […]

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Steve McHugh Interview

Steve McHugh Interview 

Today we have the pleasure of interviewing Mr. Steve McHugh, author of the Hellequin Chronicles, an urban fantasy series that currently spans five full length novels and two short stories. His latest book, Lies Ripped Open, was released in August 2015 by 47North. Now on with the interview! For folks, and there may be a […]

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Interview with Peter McLean

Interview with Peter McLean 

Fantasy-Faction makes no secret of our love for UK Publishing House Angry Robot… Want some reasoning? OK, how about: Kameron Hurley, Wesley Chu, Adam Christopher, Anne Lyle and Chuck Wendig to get us started… Angry Robot specialise in taking risks on books that can’t be defined as ‘a copy of x’ and discovering new talent. […]

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Has the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off Changed Your Opinion of Self-Published Books?

Has the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off Changed Your Opinion of Self-Published Books? 

As you’ll know from Marc’s articles and Mark Lawrence’s tweets, as well as many of the blog posts out there on the subject, there has been, and still is, a ‘competition’ going on for Self-Published books called the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off (SPFBO). A kind of X-factor for fantasy books, but without the sad stories and […]

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Interview with Zen Cho

Interview with Zen Cho 

We’re excited to welcome Zen Cho to Fantasy-Faction today to talk about her debut Fantasy Novel, Sorcerer To The Crown, forthcoming sequels and her life as a writer. Once you’ve checked the interview out, be sure to follow Zen on Twitter and add her book to your to-be-read list on Goodreads — You can’t sit an interview without […]

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The Lowdown on REALMWALKER PUBLISHING…

The Lowdown on REALMWALKER PUBLISHING… 

Following the awesome response to my article on beginner writers choosing to Self Publish, we’re having a bit of a ‘means of publishing your work’ month on Fantasy-Faction. A piece of this will be my follow up article where I talk about when Self Publishing is probably more sensible than seeking the Traditional route and where […]

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Tim Marquitz Interview

Tim Marquitz Interview 

Writer, publisher, MMA aficionado, editor and a man of myriad talents, Tim Marquitz stopped by the Fantasy-Faction Headquarters (which caused a bit of a stir because we didn’t know we had one) and graciously agreed to be interviewed about his publishing empire, his writing, books and Kickstarter. Without further ado, here we go. So, Tales […]

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Michael J. Martinez Interview

Michael J. Martinez Interview 

That last time we talked to author Michael J. Martinez he had just released his debut novel, The Daedalus Incident, which introduced us to a dual-universe story full of 18th Century sailing ships in space and ancient Martian warlords. Flash forward only two years and he’s completed the trilogy with The Venusian Gambit, as well […]

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Wesley Chu Interview

Wesley Chu Interview 

Wesley Chu, author of the popular Tao series (The Lives of Tao, The Deaths of Tao, and The Rebirths of Tao), has just released his newest sci-fi offering: Time Salvager. On top of being highly anticipated, this time travel novel has already been optioned for a movie to be directed by Michael Bay! Yesterday he […]

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Peter Newman Interview

Peter Newman Interview 

Stephen King may have had a point when he wrote that talk is “sneaky”. Although we’re often told that the majority of communication is nonverbal (93 percent is the popular figure), the concept of having a voice is often linked with ideas such as freedom, justice and identity that make being without it a huge […]

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