6th Annual Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off: Cover Contest
 

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #6

Cover Competition!

 
Three Flavours of Binge-Worthy SFF Podcasts
 

Three Flavours of Binge-Worthy SFF Podcasts

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Firefly – The Big Damn Cookbook by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel
 

Firefly – The Big Damn Cookbook

Cookbook Review

 

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The Last of a Kind: Extinction in Fantasy

The Last of a Kind: Extinction in Fantasy 

We often hear about extinction in the real world – whether it’s a dodo that’s already died out, a rhinoceros that’s on the brink of extinction, a bluefin tuna that’s well on its way there, or more rarely, a Bermuda petrel that provides a glimmer of hope, reappearing after years of being thought extinct. The […]

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Fantastical Biology – Part Nine: Fantasy Insects

Fantastical Biology – Part Nine: Fantasy Insects 

Insects represent more than half of all known living organisms on our world. They’re found in nearly all environments, even in the ocean. And yet, it’s so rare to see them in fantasy fiction, even if it’s just swatting away an annoying fly. This just means there’s lots of room for insects to crawl into […]

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Fantastical Biology – Part Eight: Fantasy Diseases

Fantastical Biology – Part Eight: Fantasy Diseases 

When creating a believable fantasy world, we often focus on things like politics, religion, culture; but there’s a tiny (microscopic, in fact) detail that can flesh out a story world and be used to create tension and conflict. Protagonists in fantasy novels often get cuts and bruises, or spend a few nights camping in the […]

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