Petra McDonald and the Queen of the Fae by Shona Kinsella
 

Petra McDonald and the Queen of the Fae

Review

 
Peter Haynes Interview – The Willow by Your Side
 

Peter Haynes

Interview – The Willow by Your Side

 
Sabriel, Lirael, and Abhorsen by Garth Nix – Series Review
 

Sabriel, Lirael, and Abhorsen

Abhorsen Series Review

 

Browsing all articles tagged with Anne Lyle.

Writing your way through the blues

Writing your way through the blues 

We are teaming up with Anne & her publishers to give away not only 3 signed copies of her latest book (The Prince of Lies), but one lucky reader will also win the whole trilogy: The Alchemist of Souls, The Merchant of Dreams and The Prince of Lies! Details on how after Anne’s article! Before […]

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Anne Lyle Interview 2013

Anne Lyle Interview 2013 

It has been a while since we first interviewed you on Fantasy-Faction, back then you were just embarking on being a published author – now you’ve just about wrapped up your first series. Can you tell us a little about life being an avid writer vs life being a published author? I have to say […]

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The Prince of Lies by Anne Lyle

The Prince of Lies by Anne Lyle
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Warning this review contains some spoilers. Read with caution if you haven’t finished the book! The Prince of Lies is the final installment in Anne Lyle’s debut Night’s Masque Trilogy, published by Angry Robot. It brings the story of Mal and Coby, Ned and Sandy to a conclusion. Mal and Coby have returned to London […]

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Writing Groups – Part Two

Writing Groups – Part Two 

This is part two of our interview series on writing groups. If you missed part one, you can read it here. In my previous article we looked at how writing groups helped two writers reach publication. Laura Lam, author of Pantomime, told us how she used the online site AbsoluteWrite and Terry Jackman told us about […]

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The Prince of Lies Cover Reveal

The Prince of Lies Cover Reveal 

It will come as no surprise to you that here on Fantasy-Faction we love authors. One of our favorites, who is nice enough to take time out of her busy schedule to chat in the forums on occasion, is Anne Lyle. And not only does she have an amazing series of fantasy books set in […]

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The Alchemist of Souls by Anne Lyle

The Alchemist of Souls by Anne Lyle
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When Tudor explorers returned from the New World, they brought back with them a name out of half forgotten Viking legend – Skayling’s – and following in those explorers wake came red sailed ships, native American goods, and a Skrayling ambassador to Queen Elizabeth I court. Mal Catlyn, a down on his luck sword for […]

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Best Fantasy Books of 2012

Best Fantasy Books of 2012 

Something happened about 12 hours ago… Something that was never meant to happen in fact – we reached 2013. So, I think I speak for us all when I say: **** You Mayans! =) Anyway, what a great year it has been for fantasy! So many awesome books. We’ve had titles from authors who we can […]

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Women to Watch Out For in 2013

Women to Watch Out For in 2013 

The blog post listing the most anticipated fantasy books of 2013 got a bit of negative attention because of the complete absence of women from the top ten. I thought I would lend a hand by listing a few 2013 books by women that people might find interesting. Of course any such list does depend […]

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Judge A Book By Its Cover – An Interview with Larry Rostant

Judge A Book By Its Cover – An Interview with Larry Rostant 

I never intended to buy The Painted Man by Peter V. Brett. I was walking through a bookshop intent on picking up something else, most probably a crime novel. I hadn’t read a fantasy novel in a long time. But the cover caught my eye and stopped me in my tracks. The hooded man glared […]

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Anne Lyle Interview

Anne Lyle Interview 

Anne Lyle grew up in Robin Hood’s England where she couldn’t help but be captivated by the heroic tales of old. She now balances her time between researching and writing fantasy based in Elizabethan England and working as a web developer – a beautiful juxtaposition of the historic versus the modern, which shows through in […]

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