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Title: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Overlord on January 29, 2011, 07:09:40 AM
Fantasy Authors have some awesome blogs... here are my top 5. Feel free to add yours! :)

Peter V. Brett
http://www.petervbrett.com/peephole/

Brandon Sanderson
http://www.brandonsanderson.com/blog/

Patrick Rothfuss
http://blog.patrickrothfuss.com/

George R. R. Martin
http://grrm.livejournal.com/

Scott Lynch
http://scott-lynch.livejournal.com/
(Seems not to update anymore though)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: kevinjamesbreaux on January 29, 2011, 08:35:15 PM
My two blogs are:

Author - http://kevinjamesbreaux.blogspot.com/ (http://kevinjamesbreaux.blogspot.com/)

Novel -   http://soulborn-kevinjamesbreaux.blogspot.com/ (http://soulborn-kevinjamesbreaux.blogspot.com/)

I enjoy Diana Illanca's blog: http://dianailinca.com/Blog.aspx (http://dianailinca.com/Blog.aspx)

and I follow my artist buddy Gene Gonzales here: http://genegonzales.blogspot.com/ (http://genegonzales.blogspot.com/)
Title: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: The Mad Hatter on January 29, 2011, 09:05:23 PM

Let's see:

C. J. Cherryh (http://www.cherryh.com/WaveWithoutAShore/)

Jane Fancher (http://www.janefancher.com/TheCaptainAndLime/)

Lynn Abbey (http://lynnabbey.com/blog/)

Karen Werhstein (http://www.chevenga.com/)

Shirley Meier aka Vryka (http://eclipsecourt.blogspot.com/)

Jim Butcher (http://www.jim-butcher.com/)

Charles De Lint (http://www.sfsite.com/charlesdelint/)

Ilona Andrews (http://www.ilona-andrews.com/)

Seanan McGuire (http://seanan-mcguire.livejournal.com/)

P. C. Hodgell (http://tagmeth.livejournal.com/)

That's a few more.

Wayne aka The Mad Hatter
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: missoularedhead on February 06, 2011, 03:49:55 AM
Richard K. Morgan:  http://www.richardkmorgan.com/ (http://www.richardkmorgan.com/) (author of Steel Remains and some excellent sci fi)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: BrandonMarkham on February 11, 2011, 08:22:09 PM
My Writing Blog
http://www.brandonkmarkham.blogspot.com (http://www.brandonkmarkham.blogspot.com)
And another Blog I own
http://www.beyondthestarbeyondimagination.blogspot.com (http://www.beyondthestarbeyondimagination.blogspot.com)
I also follow Aidan Moher's "A Dribble of Ink" and "Mightier than the Sword", Yoon Ha Lee's LJ(now converted to a Dreamwidth, but the LJ is still updated), Tor.com, Sam Sykes's Blog, N.K. Jemisin's Blog, and Nalo Hopkinson's Blog.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: darkshiara on February 18, 2011, 08:39:40 PM
My writing blog is
Http//jamieprovencher.wordpress.com

My website is - http://www.jamieprovencher.com (http://www.jamieprovencher.com)


George RR Martin's LJ is
http://grrm.livejournal.com/ (http://grrm.livejournal.com/)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: OneChapterMore on March 08, 2011, 04:51:33 PM
Adam Roberts' blog is very interesting - a literary blog as well a sreviews etcetera:

punkadiddle.blogspot.com (http://punkadiddle.blogspot.com)

Also, Philip Athans' (former Wizards of the Coast editor) writing blog

fantasyhandbook.wordpress.com (http://fantasyhandbook.wordpress.com)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: pornokitsch on March 26, 2011, 08:26:40 AM
Sticky-worthy thread.

Also:

Sophia McDougall (http://sophiamcdougall.livejournal.com/)
Jon Green (http://jonathangreenauthor.blogspot.com/)
Sam Sykes (http://www.samsykes.com)
Scott Andrews (http://www.eclectica.info/)
Andy Remic (http://www.andyremic.com/)
Mark Charan Newton (http://markcnewton.com/)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Rhevian on March 26, 2011, 09:02:48 AM
Neil Gaiman (http://journal.neilgaiman.com)

John Crowley (http://crowleycrow.livejournal.com)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: missoularedhead on March 26, 2011, 07:22:37 PM
Did we miss Joe Abercrombie?!

http://www.joeabercrombie.com/news/ (http://www.joeabercrombie.com/news/)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: pornokitsch on March 27, 2011, 09:01:56 AM
A couple more:

M John Harrison (http://ambientehotel.wordpress.com/)
China Miéville (http://chinamieville.net/)
Tom Lloyd (http://tomlloyd.livejournal.com/)
Gail Carriger (http://gailcarriger.livejournal.com/)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: quippley on April 07, 2011, 04:23:28 PM
You know, I'm not sure if it's because I have a short attention span, but I can never get into writer's blogs.  I have Neil Gaimen's in my Google Reader, but whenever he has an update, I NEVER read it.  I know he's got plenty of interesting things to say, but for some reason, I never think a blog is what I want from him.

What about everyone else?  What do these top fiction writers actually blog about?  Are they drafting new stories?  Talking about writing/publishing?  Or do they just talk about their lives?

What do you look for when you visit a fantasy writer's blog?

I will say that the blogs I'm eager to read (from non-fantasy writers) I do so because they're compelling in some way and teach me things I'm interested in learning, like Justine Musk or Austin Kleon.

I will plug Justine's blog though, http://www.tribalwriter.com (http://www.tribalwriter.com) because she IS a fantasy writer (more urban fantasy I guess)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: missoularedhead on April 08, 2011, 06:43:08 PM
Hmmm.  China Mieville's blog is more of a …. barebones what's in my head at that moment. Usually it's just an image.  Joe Abercrombie sometimes takes people on (there was a hilarious post a while back in which he excoriated someone for thinking that fantasy began and ended with Tolkien and that not everything was puppies and rainbows). Richard Morgan posts WIP sections…to die for, since he's a bit on the slower end of publication, and I'm getting impatient for the next Ringil book.  Those are the only ones I look in on regularly, although I do pop into CJCherryh's Wave Without a Shore sometimes...
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: pornokitsch on April 08, 2011, 10:37:48 PM
Hmmm.  China Mieville's blog is more of a …. barebones what's in my head at that moment. Usually it's just an image.  Joe Abercrombie sometimes takes people on (there was a hilarious post a while back in which he excoriated someone for thinking that fantasy began and ended with Tolkien and that not everything was puppies and rainbows). Richard Morgan posts WIP sections…to die for, since he's a bit on the slower end of publication, and I'm getting impatient for the next Ringil book.  Those are the only ones I look in on regularly, although I do pop into CJCherryh's Wave Without a Shore sometimes...

I am not surprised that we have the same reading patterns... I've got Sam Sykes & Mark Charan Newton on my reader as well. They do a lot of (very open) talking about genre, fandom and writing, which I enjoy.

I love China's not-blog because nobody has any idea what he's doing. When he put up panels from a comic strip, the comic blogosphere went NUTS with wild assumptions.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: quippley on April 09, 2011, 10:45:04 PM
@missoularedhead those all sound pretty cool.  its great to see each writer taking advantage of blogs in their own way.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Overlord on April 12, 2011, 10:48:51 AM
Don't forget Rowena Cory Daniells who we interviewed a few months back :)

http://king-rolens-kin.com/ (http://king-rolens-kin.com/)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: brandonmlindsay on May 16, 2011, 04:47:10 AM
One blog that I followed for a while and found to be quite helpful is http://magicalwords.net/ (http://magicalwords.net/)

It's run by authors such as David B. Coe, Faith Hunter, A.J. Hartley, and more.

A few of my aspiring author friends and I set up our own blog, based on the model of Magical Words:

http://www.fictorians.com/ (http://www.fictorians.com/)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Mark Lawrence on August 07, 2011, 07:44:38 AM
I've taken the plunge ... well dipped a toe at least

http://mark---lawrence.blogspot.com/ (http://mark---lawrence.blogspot.com/)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: AnneLyle on August 07, 2011, 08:09:40 AM
I've got Sam Sykes & Mark Charan Newton on my reader as well. They do a lot of (very open) talking about genre, fandom and writing, which I enjoy.

That's sort of what I'm trying to do on my blog. I talk about anything vaguely connected with my writing: reviews of books in a similar vein, what's going on in SFF right now, that kind of thing. I only blog once a week, as I'd rather post something worth saying than random chatter (I do enough of that on Twitter!).

http://www.annelyle.com (http://www.annelyle.com)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Jon Sprunk on August 27, 2011, 01:46:36 PM
I'm just a wee new author, but my blog is:

http://jonsprunk.blogspot.com/ (http://jonsprunk.blogspot.com/)

Currently featuring an interview with writer/editor/teacher Heidi Ruby Miller.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Autumn2May on September 06, 2011, 01:51:54 PM
Scott Lynch has a new blog that will be mirroring his LJ account.

http://scott-lynch.dreamwidth.org/ (http://scott-lynch.dreamwidth.org/)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Kiri on October 20, 2011, 04:22:34 AM
Well, since I suggested the book, perhaps I should include the blog?  Maybe?
www.itaran.wordpress.com (http://www.itaran.wordpress.com)  M.K. Presson

Also really enjoy following
http://3by3writingmethod.wordpress.com (http://3by3writingmethod.wordpress.com)  A blog with helpful tips for writers.

Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Elfy on October 27, 2011, 04:42:20 AM
Jim Hines (The Goblin Series, The Princess Series) has an often thoughtful and sometimes hilarious blog: jimhines.livejournal.com
Gail Carriger (The Parasol Protectorate) is also amusing to read: gailcarriger.livejournal.com
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Michael Sullivan on December 11, 2011, 01:54:03 PM
I'll add my hat with Jon and Mark's...my author blog site is www.riyria.com (http://www.riyria.com).  It is a combination of what is going on with my own writing (posts on Wednesdays)  and advice for new authors (Sundays). For any authors in the group who are looking for help with marketing or any "business side" of writing - you can't beat my wife's www.write2publish.blogspot.com (http://www.write2publish.blogspot.com).
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Overlord on December 11, 2011, 02:35:08 PM
I'll add my hat with Jon and Mark's...my author blog site is www.riyria.com (http://www.riyria.com).  It is a combination of what is going on with my own writing (posts on Wednesdays)  and advice for new authors (Sundays). For any authors in the group who are looking for help with marketing or any "business side" of writing - you can't beat my wife's www.write2publish.blogspot.com (http://www.write2publish.blogspot.com).

Big fan of your blog Michael :D Also added your wives blog to my favourites now too :)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Michael Sullivan on December 14, 2011, 01:49:44 PM
I'll add my hat with Jon and Mark's...my author blog site is www.riyria.com (http://www.riyria.com).  It is a combination of what is going on with my own writing (posts on Wednesdays)  and advice for new authors (Sundays). For any authors in the group who are looking for help with marketing or any "business side" of writing - you can't beat my wife's www.write2publish.blogspot.com (http://www.write2publish.blogspot.com).

Big fan of your blog Michael :D Also added your wives blog to my favourites now too :)

I'm always amazed when I hear from people that they like my blog. I get few comments in the posts themselves but I hear people talking about them all the time so I think I have a big silent majority. When it comes to "the business of publishing" no one beat's Robin's blog - it really is a ton of useful goodneess.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Elfy on December 14, 2011, 11:13:53 PM
Michael, do you know of any deal for your books in Australia? I happened to see a copy of the second omnibus at a local place that gets imports, but haven't been able to find a copy of the first one anywhere.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Michael Sullivan on December 21, 2011, 12:06:41 PM
Michael, do you know of any deal for your books in Australia? I happened to see a copy of the second omnibus at a local place that gets imports, but haven't been able to find a copy of the first one anywhere.

The books are carried by both Galaxy (Syndney) (http://www.galaxybooks.com.au/book/theft-of-swords-riyria-revelations-omnibus-01.do) and Borders (http://www.borders.com.au/book/theft-of-swords/24553942/) but I see they are a bit "pricey" (around $25) I would recommend Book Depository (http://www.bookdepository.com/Theft-Swords-Michael-Sullivan/9780316187749) which has it for 33% and is under $10 (which includes free shipping to just about anywhere in the world - which is a great deal.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Elfy on December 21, 2011, 11:27:54 PM
Thanks Michael, I'll give Book Depository a go. Sadly to say that $25 price tag is pretty much what they charge for books down here.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: AnneLyle on December 22, 2011, 01:09:38 PM
Ouch - that's twice the price of an average UK paperback. You have my sympathy, Elfy!
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Carl on July 06, 2012, 06:31:53 AM

A few of my aspiring author friends and I set up our own blog, based on the model of Magical Words:

http://www.fictorians.com/ (http://www.fictorians.com/)

That sounds like a really cool idea. I'm not a big blog reader but I'll check it out.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Phil Norris on August 07, 2012, 08:18:04 PM
I did post this in the Scott Lynch thread but it fits here too.

Scott launched a new blog at the beginning of August - Lynch Industries (http://scottlynch.us/blog/) will now be the primary outlet for his "musings" and news. The Livejournal account will remain live.
 
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: SarahNewton on August 12, 2012, 10:27:57 AM
Hey folks,

My "Meme Machine" writer's blog's at http://sarahnewtonwriter.com/the-meme-machine/ (http://sarahnewtonwriter.com/the-meme-machine/). I post about my fiction and rpg writing, as well as other related newsy and reviewsy stuff which grabs me. The main http://sarahnewtonwriter.com (http://sarahnewtonwriter.com) part of the site also contains news, links, and so on.

Cheers,

Sarah
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: David Bridger on September 21, 2012, 11:22:42 AM
I've rebuilt mine this week and moved it to a new platform last night. http://www.davidbridger.com (http://www.davidbridger.com)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Elfy on September 21, 2012, 11:34:40 PM
Jim Hines' LJ got him the Hugo as best fan writer.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Caroline Bott on October 26, 2012, 05:13:11 PM
I'd like to recommend Juliet McKenna's blog.  Interesting mix of things - her books and the thinking behind them, going to Conventions, some of the ins-and-outs of being a published writer.

http://www.julietemckenna.com/ (http://www.julietemckenna.com/)

Also recommend her books - well written fantasy with good historical background.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Hierath on November 01, 2012, 10:27:54 PM
Chuck Wendig's blog, "Terrible Minds" is a constant slab of sweary brilliance.

My blog is less sweary and slightly less brilliant, but it's friendly.  I post bits of WIP, writing advice, reviews and sometimes I just bimble on about whatever's in my head.

http://hierath.wordpress.com/
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Luke Scull on December 13, 2012, 07:05:16 PM
My blog:

www.lukescull.com (http://www.lukescull.com)

I talk about my novels and games and generally make an ass of myself. What more do you want from a blog?
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Neaughea on December 26, 2012, 07:32:00 PM
http://www.csmarks.com/c-s-marks-blog/ (http://www.csmarks.com/c-s-marks-blog/) C.S. Marks the author of Elfhunter and The Fire King.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Merewen on April 15, 2013, 04:00:59 AM
http://www.paksworld.com/blog/ (http://www.paksworld.com/blog/) Elizabeth Moon's blog is an interesting look at the frustrations and joys of writing. I certainly enjoy following it.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Danica on April 23, 2013, 10:36:08 AM
http://blog.patrickrothfuss.com

Rothfuss posts some really interesting and often insightful stuff. He also has his own charity which makes him a pretty awesome guy. He does post about his toddler though, but I find that kinda cute.

I also like http://jimbutcher.livejournal.com

He is free with information about what he is writing, which i find refreshing.

I also, like Abercrombie's but that's been mentioned.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: HAnthe on July 12, 2013, 07:54:30 PM
My blog!  http://warofmemory.wordpress.com (http://warofmemory.wordpress.com)

Mostly world-building information and progress reports.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Hieronymous on August 23, 2013, 08:02:17 AM
My blog for general discussions and for the progress of the adult fantasy serialized novel A WIZARD'S LIFE is:  http://www.marcroyston.wordpress.com.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Den_Patrick on September 10, 2013, 09:33:12 PM
Hey,

I guess I'm an author now so...

www.DenPatrick.com (http://www.DenPatrick.com)

I post about writing, being a writer, books, music and very occasionally video games. It's kind of a scrap book of what is in my head on any given week.

Come and say 'Hi'.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Sherwood H Smith on September 27, 2013, 02:39:46 PM
Hi

We post at http://vispadjinn.com

Most posts are loosely connected to fantasy or creative writing or whatever is bubbling around in our heads! please drop by and take a look.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: InkDaemon on October 23, 2013, 11:24:57 PM
I like these two blogs:

Sarah Pinborough: http://sarahpinborough.com/

Ben Aaronovitch: http://www.the-folly.com/
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Pastey on March 05, 2014, 07:45:35 AM
I have to admit I don't actually follow any particular author's blogs, but I do read the entries when pointed out to me. I think it's the "What's in my head at the moment" that possibly puts me off, because while I may like an author's books, I rarely care what they've had for breakfast, or what they think of a talk show host.

I do however like to read about their opinions on different aspects of the industry and what's going on in it. So when I see someone tweeting about a blog piece that I may be interested in, I tend to go and read it.


For completeness, my own ramblings are here: http://nopandas.com/archives/
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: danielmarcus on March 30, 2014, 09:53:34 PM
www.cherrylogroad.com
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: ericfomley on April 12, 2014, 06:15:04 PM
www.theforbiddenkingdoms.com
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Jon Sprunk on May 13, 2014, 11:29:34 PM
Just wanted to add that I do a weekly "all things fantasy" blog on Black Gate.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Quicksilver_Wolf on June 18, 2014, 06:04:57 AM
https://thedarkword.wordpress.com/
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: A.J. Van-Rixtel on June 18, 2014, 07:50:10 AM
Here is my Blog- Fantasy Fiction Authors Life http://fantasyfictionauthorslife.blogspot.co.uk/ (http://fantasyfictionauthorslife.blogspot.co.uk/)

I post about writing and other creative pursuits.

I also have 2 segments each weeks. Poem on Saturday and Short Story Wednesday. Please enjoy.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Quillwraith on June 18, 2014, 07:39:31 PM
Max Gladstone's blog (http://maxgladstone.com/) is, is well-written and has some rather strange but very interesting topics. Much like his books, in that regard.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: AJDalton on June 25, 2014, 03:21:46 PM
This one's good (ahem) http://www.ajdalton.eu

The author is happy to give advice on getting a mainstream publishing deal, and everything. Gee, what a nice geezer.
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: stevenpoore on September 26, 2014, 10:00:15 AM
I'll second that: I followed his links and sold The Book... :)

Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: ravenoak on December 17, 2014, 08:41:45 PM
My blog on my site: http://www.ravenoak.net/blog (http://www.ravenoak.net/blog)

Other blogs I enjoy (besides the awesome ones mentioned like Jim Butcher's & Patrick Rothfuss's) are:
Neil Gaiman (if it wasn't listed already): http://journal.neilgaiman.com/ (http://journal.neilgaiman.com/)
C.E. Murphy http://mizkit.com/ (http://mizkit.com/)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: christopherthescholiast on January 05, 2015, 03:20:12 AM
You can find my blog on assassins, being evil, and discussing great fantasy books at http://christopherthescholiast.com (http://christopherthescholiast.com), and my personal favorite post The Definitive Guide to the Anti-Hero: http://christopherthescholiast.com/anti-hero/
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Diana Zimmerman on January 20, 2015, 04:47:16 AM
Kandide doesn't have a blog. But she does have a weekly journal.

http://www.kandide.com/kandides-journal

Diana
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Corvus on May 21, 2015, 04:51:27 AM
I've got a couple of blogs kicking around.

Mist and Shadows (http://mistandshadows.com) - a semi-infrequently updated blog sometimes about writing.  And stuff.

Tales From A Thousand Worlds (http://talesfromathousandworlds.com) -  a recently started site where I'm releasing my short fiction in a serialised style (influenced by webcomics).
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: mesmithcity on May 31, 2015, 09:53:48 PM
Richard K. Morgan:  http://www.richardkmorgan.com/ (http://www.richardkmorgan.com/) (author of Steel Remains and some excellent sci fi)

A reader after my own heart!

Ilona is really generous with the insights, too, I've learned some things from that blog.

(mine own lowly effort is at https://morgansmithauthor.wordpress.com/ )
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: KaiHerbertz on August 19, 2015, 11:59:32 AM
In addition to some of the things mentioned, I read Rachel Aaron's blog: http://thisblogisaploy.blogspot.com/
And Karen Miller's blog: http://thetalkativewriter.com
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Yora on October 08, 2015, 04:40:28 PM
http://www.howardandrewjones.com/
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Adrian_Selby on July 10, 2016, 08:01:38 PM
Here's mine, the imaginatively titled adrianselby.com

Articles are infrequent, subject matter ranges widely; from writing about writing to Fallout 3 to the post WW1 global economy via a smattering of book recommendations.

Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: JMack on July 10, 2016, 10:23:44 PM
Here's mine, the imaginatively titled adrianselby.com

Articles are infrequent, subject matter ranges widely; from writing about writing to Fallout 3 to the post WW1 global economy via a smattering of book recommendations.

Interesting about post-WW1. I'm doing some light research into the "Roaring '20s" in the U.S. For my urban fantasy/mystery WIP. I found a free self-pub history of the '20s, and the author has spent the first 25% of the book setting out a variety of social upheaval trends in the pre-War U.S., mostly around the downtrodden organizing for change. I've also done some reading recently, can't quite remember in what context, around the economic penalties and resulting craziness on Germany coming out of the end of the War. What's your line interest?
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Adrian_Selby on July 17, 2016, 12:40:30 PM
It was just the one book, The Deluge, and it was partly out of ignorance of the era and partly out of an interest to understand events after a massive global upheaval, hoping to glean some learning I could apply to a similar scenario in a novel I'm writing.

http://www.adrianselby.com/2015/06/books-the-deluge/
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: abatch on May 26, 2018, 08:41:19 PM
Can't even remember if I'm on this list, but here's my recent interview with sword-maker and author Michael Tinker Pearce:

http://www.immortaltreachery.com/the-batch-file (http://www.immortaltreachery.com/the-batch-file)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Aragorn on January 17, 2020, 05:25:56 PM
Fantasy Authors have some awesome blogs... here are my top 5. Feel free to add yours! :)

Peter V. Brett
http://www.petervbrett.com/peephole/

Brandon Sanderson
http://www.brandonsanderson.com/blog/

Patrick Rothfuss
http://blog.patrickrothfuss.com/

George R. R. Martin
http://grrm.livejournal.com/

Scott Lynch
http://scott-lynch.livejournal.com/
(Seems not to update anymore though)

Totally agree 8)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: isos81 on January 17, 2020, 05:40:13 PM
Ohh, a brand new necromancer :)
Title: Re: Fantasy Author Blogs
Post by: Bender on January 17, 2020, 05:57:43 PM
The only blog post I expect from Rothfuss is when he's finishing Doors of Stone!