Rex Draconis: Lords of the Dragon Moon by Richard A. Knaak
 

Rex Draconis

Novella Review

 
Masters of Deception by J. C. Kang
 

Masters of Deception

Review

 
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Writing Realistic Personalities & Flaws

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David Dalglish Interview – Soulkeeper

David Dalglish Interview – Soulkeeper 

David Dalglish is a hybrid writer of classic tales of orcs, elves, and dwarves. He started in self-publishing back in the early days of Kindle and has since had books published through Orbit Books and 47North. But who better to tell us his tale, than the author himself? So without further ado, Fantasy-Faction presents: An […]

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Steve McHugh Interview – A Thunder of War

Steve McHugh Interview – A Thunder of War 

Last time we spoke with author Steve McHugh, he had just released the fifth book in his urban fantasy series the Hellequin Chronicles. Three years, and many publications later, he has returned to catch up with us and let us know what the future holds for him and his writing. When did you know you […]

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The Queen’s Poisoner by Jeff Wheeler

The Queen’s Poisoner by Jeff Wheeler
4.5

Game of Thrones meets Charlotte’s Web. Despite Jeff Wheeler’s Muirwood and Kingsfountain books dominating the top of Amazon’s fantasy lists for the last couple of years, it was a total accident that I bought The Queen’s Poisoner. Its cover looked so much the Books of the Caledan Trilogy by Meg Cowley (or I should probably […]

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Golden Age by James Maxwell

Golden Age by James Maxwell
5

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them meets 300. No, not, really. James Maxwell’s Golden Age shares only two things in common with JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: you can find them (the books) at the top of Amazon’s Bestseller Lists and both tell us where to find fantastic beasts. (Confession: […]

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The Silent Shield by Jeff Wheeler

The Silent Shield by Jeff Wheeler
4.5

Spoiler Warning: It is difficult to craft a review of the fifth book in a series without spoiling some degree of what has come before. I’ve done my best to limit spoilers to the first trilogy of Kingfountain books but if you’re looking to read the entire saga with little or no foreknowledge, go buy […]

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The Hollow Crown by Jeff Wheeler

The Hollow Crown by Jeff Wheeler
4

Spoiler Warning: While what follows is a spoiler-free look at The Hollow Crown, discussion of the 4th book in a series and the start of a new trilogy necessarily “spoils” much of what came before. If you plan on reading Wheeler’s Kingfountain novels but haven’t quite gotten around to it yet, suffice it to say […]

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