Witch by Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguié
 

Witch

Classic SFF Review

 
Critical Role Is A Natural 20 Of A Good Time
 

Critical Role Is A Natural 20 Of A Good Time

Livestream Review

 
Character Development: Character Death and the Ultimate Sacrifice
 

Character Death & the Ultimate Sacrifice

Article

 

Browsing all articles tagged with All Is Fair.

Split Worlds Series by Emma Newman – Review of the First Three Books

Split Worlds Series by Emma Newman – Review of the First Three Books
4

Spoiler Warning! I’m reviewing the first three books of the Split Worlds series. Consequently, when describing the plot of book three, it’s darn near impossible not to say things that are spoilers for book one, but I have minimized them as best I can while still talking about the books sensibly. If you are extremely […]

Continue reading...

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, […]

Continue reading...

Emma Newman’s Split Worlds – New Cover Designs

Emma Newman’s Split Worlds – New Cover Designs 

We are big fans of Emma Newman here on Fantasy-Faction. Back in the olden times of 2013 we were lucky enough to host a short story from her Split Worlds universe as a lead up to the release of Between Two Thorns. We were also able to do the cover reveal for the second Split […]

Continue reading...

All Is Fair by Emma Newman

All Is Fair by Emma Newman
5

Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers for the previous books. Read with caution if you have yet to finish Between Two Thorns and Any Other Name. The Duke of Londinium is dead, long live the Duke. The dust has barely settled, and Will is enthroned as head of the court before events threaten to overtake […]

Continue reading...