Masters of Deception by J. C. Kang
 

Masters of Deception

Review

 
Character Development: Writing Realistic Personalities & Flaws
 

Writing Realistic Personalities & Flaws

Article

 
Sara C. Roethle Interview – The Witch of Shadowmarsh
 

Sara C. Roethle

Interview - The Witch of Shadowmarsh

 

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The Ten Strangest Races in Fantasy Literature

The Ten Strangest Races in Fantasy Literature 

To me one of the most wonderful things about reading fantasy is the chance to encounter strange and magical beings that couldn’t possibly exist in the real world. Ferocious and exotic warriors, wise immortals, fey creatures as beautiful as they are mysterious, people made from wood or stone, animals that walk and talk like humans, […]

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Money Makes the World Go Round

Money Makes the World Go Round 

I missed The Desolation of Smaug movie when it was in cinemas, but my wife and I just watched it on Netflix, and while she was all ‘look at the giant dragon!’ I was all ‘look at the giant pile of cash he’s sitting on, I mean, I know dragons like gold, but Scrooge McDuck […]

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The Glass Republic by Tom Pollock – Chapter Excerpt

The Glass Republic by Tom Pollock – Chapter Excerpt 

Today, F-F is lucky enough to be allowed to host an extract of Tom Pollock‘s latest novel in his Skyscraper Throne series, The Glass Republic. Last year, Tom’s City’s Son made numerous ‘top 10’ lists and, personally, I feel it was probably the best Young Adult releases of 2012. So, suffice to say, I’m pretty […]

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Tom Pollock Interview

Tom Pollock Interview 

Tom Pollock’s debut YA urban fantasy novel, The City’s Son, was released in 2012 to much acclaim. With the newest addition to his Skyscraper Throne series due out tomorrow in the UK, Tom was nice enough to stop by and tell us a little bit about the book and give us some more insight into […]

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