Sara C. Roethle Interview – The Witch of Shadowmarsh
 

Sara C. Roethle

Interview - The Witch of Shadowmarsh

 
The Lore of Prometheus by Graham Austin-King – Cover Reveal & Excerpt!
 

The Lore of Prometheus

Cover Reveal & Excerpt!

 
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Wraith Knight and Wraith Lord

Double Book Review

 

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Myke Cole Interview At The Library Of Congress

Myke Cole Interview At The Library Of Congress 

As part of his promotional efforts for his latest novel, Breach Zone, Myke Cole spoke recently at the Library of Congress as part of the “What If Science Fiction and Fantasy Forum”. Among many other topics, he spoke about how his books were a combination of working inside the military bureaucracy, asking “What if” questions, […]

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Catching Up With Myke Cole – Part Two

Catching Up With Myke Cole – Part Two 

Welcome back to our interview with Myke Cole, author of the military fantasy series, Shadow Ops. If you missed part one you can read it here. And now back to the interview! Have you found that your patterns or the way you write has changed now that you’re writing to deadlines and things like that? […]

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Catching Up With Myke Cole – Part One

Catching Up With Myke Cole – Part One 

One year ago, Jennie Ivins interviewed Myke Cole before his debut novel Control Point was published. Well, it’s another year, Myke has another novel, Fortress Frontier, and Fantasy-Faction got another interview. This time we’ll hear a bit about what readers can expect from the second book in the Shadow Ops series as well as how […]

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Shadow Ops: Fortress Frontier Book Trailer

Shadow Ops: Fortress Frontier Book Trailer 

The majority of us here at Fantasy-Faction are big Myke Cole fans. Therefore, when Myke dropped us an e-mail and asked if we were interested in getting the exclusive reveal of his UK trailer how could our answer be anything but an emphatic YES!!! It’s a SOC recruiting video and, as I’m sure you will […]

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The Magic of Shadows Ops Universe + Contest

The Magic of Shadows Ops Universe + Contest 

In honor of Myke Cole’s second book release, we are giving away three signed copies of his first book, Control Point! All you have to do is tell us which magic school from the Shadow Ops universe you’d like to come up latent as. But first Myke will explain his magic system and how all […]

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Exclusive Reveal: Control Point by Myke Cole – UK Cover

Exclusive Reveal: Control Point by Myke Cole – UK Cover 

At the end of 2010 Fantasy-Faction heard, from Peter V. Brett, of a novel worth looking out for. This novel was Control Point and it was to be published in 2012 by a début author known as Myke Cole. I looked him up and it quickly became apparent that this gentleman, Myke Cole, was an […]

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Control Point by Myke Cole

Control Point by Myke Cole
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Oscar Britton took his job seriously. As an officer in the US Army, he helped defend both the country and its citizens. That in and of itself was difficult, but when people all over the world are randomly manifesting powerful magical abilities on a regular basis, the job becomes that much more dangerous. However, there […]

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Myke Cole Interview

Myke Cole Interview 

Myke Cole is the author of the soon to be released, military fantasy series Shadow Ops. As a security contractor, government civilian, and military officer, Myke’s career has run the gamut from counterterrorism to cyber warfare to federal law enforcement. He’s done three tours in Iraq and was recalled to serve during the Deepwater Horizon […]

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Control Point by Myke Cole

Control Point by Myke Cole
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“Write what you know,” is normally the first advice any aspiring author is given. But when you write fantasy books, perhaps it’s not the most practical, as magical abilities do not exist within the real world where wars rage for decades across the globe and fear and hate of the unknown are still common place. […]

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