The Origins of Halloween and its Traditions
 

Origins of Halloween

Article

 
Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #6: Our Round One Winner
 

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #6

Our Round One Winner

 
Where Shadows Lie by Allegra Pescatore – SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review
 

Where Shadows Lie

SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review

 

Browsing all articles tagged with Sarah Chorn.

Bards and Scribes: The Druid – Guest Blog from Jesse Teller

Bards and Scribes: The Druid – Guest Blog from Jesse Teller 

Jesse Teller is mentally disabled. He suffers from PTSD from an abusive childhood. He is bipolar, suffers from daily to hourly hallucinations, and has DID (multiple personality disorder). He has been a member of the self-published fantasy community for four and a half years now, has published fourteen books, with plans to publish countless more. […]

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Sarah Chorn Interview – Of Honey and Wildfires

Sarah Chorn Interview – Of Honey and Wildfires 

Sarah Chorn has been part of the fantasy community for many years. On her blog, Bookworm Blues, she does book reviews and has participated in the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off. She is also a freelance content editor [Editor’s Note: A fantastic content editor!]. And now she has two published novels with more on the way! Today […]

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Of Honey and Wildfires by Sarah Chorn

Of Honey and Wildfires by Sarah Chorn
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Sarah Chorn’s western-inspired fantasy Of Honey and Wildfires digs deep into the soul and taps a well of emotion in a layered tale that examines artifice, reality, and the costs of love. At its core, the story revolves around a pair of fathers and the legacies they create for their children. Matthew Esco is a […]

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Seraphina’s Lament by Sarah Chorn – Cover Reveal + Excerpt

Seraphina’s Lament by Sarah Chorn – Cover Reveal + Excerpt 

Today I have the great pleasure of presenting Fantasy-Faction’s first cover reveal and story excerpt of 2019! And what better way to start, than with a soon to be debut author and friend of the site: Sarah Chorn. Many of you may know Sarah as the woman behind the site Bookworm Blues. She is a […]

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Why Do We Need Stories?

Why Do We Need Stories? 

Have you ever thought of why we need stories? Clearly, as this site demonstrates, we love stories. We love heroes and villains, adventure and danger, thrills and spills, and, of course, at the end, we like the good guys to win (most of the time). But, why? Is it just the excitement, the characters, the […]

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