Chasing Graves by Ben Galley
 

Chasing Graves

New Release Review

 
Dragons of Autumn Twilight by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
 

Dragons of Autumn Twilight

Classic SFF Review

 
Elizabeth Haydon – The Cauldron Interview
 

Elizabeth Haydon

The Cauldron Interview

 

Browsing all articles tagged with Michael McClung.

Sigil Independent – Announcement & Freebies!

Sigil Independent – Announcement & Freebies! 

Fantasy-Faction is happy to host the announcement of a new self-publishers’ guild with aims to help self-pub authors with things most often reserved for those who are traditional published. Sigil Independent it launching today! After you’ve finished here, make sure you say hi to them in their /r/fantasy AMA March 1st. Good luck authors! – […]

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How The Other Half Successfully Self-Publish

How The Other Half Successfully Self-Publish 

Uncle Mike has some things to say, people, and you’re not prying this karaoke mic from his hand until he’s done. Is this thing on? Right, okay. Hello. My name is Michael McClung, but for the duration of this little talk, you can think of me as Uncle Mike. In the self publishing world, I’m […]

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The Thief Who Knocked On Sorrow’s Gate by Michael McClung

The Thief Who Knocked On Sorrow’s Gate by Michael McClung
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When did I go from being a thief to some sort of hero? When exactly did that happen, and how could I possibly not have noticed? I was introduced to Michael McClung and the Amra Thetys series through Mark Lawrence’s Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off. McClung’s entry, The Thief Who Pulled on Trouble’s Braids, immediately caught my […]

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The Thief Who Pulled on Trouble’s Braids by Michael McClung

The Thief Who Pulled on Trouble’s Braids by Michael McClung
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At 210 pages, The Thief Who Pulled on Trouble’s Braids isn’t trying to be the next bookshelf-bending epic fantasy that changes the way you think about the genre. Instead, it’s a straight-forward adventure noir featuring a touch of action, a bit of mystery and a wealth of interesting characters. Told in the first-person perspective of […]

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