Tag Archives: fantasy fiction

The second question I asked Ilona Andrews

My second question is – how do you two work together? I’ve wanted to ask this for a long time, and maybe you’ve already answered this somewhere. You can just give me the link, if you have. I always considered … Continue reading

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Ilona Andrews gives her take on narrative ‘voices’

I wrote to Ilona Andrews for advice on my writing, and the authors graciously answered me on their blog. My question was the following: “I know the best advice given to new/young writers is read, read, read and write, write, … Continue reading

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From Bayou Moon – (a well-written funny)

He’d spent the night in the boat. Next to the spaghetti queen. William glanced at the hobo girl. She sat across from him, huddled in a clump. Her stench had gotten worse overnight, probably from the dampness. Another night like … Continue reading

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Assassin Study [A Valek story] by Maria V. Snyder

Yelena, the heroine of Maria V. Snyder’s stunning debut novel Poison Study, is on her way to her ancestral homeland of Sitia to be reunited with her family and to learn more about her magical powers. An order of execution hangs over … Continue reading

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my map

————————————————————————————————————-*                                  Click on image to enlarge it. =]) This is my Continent and the kingdoms you see are where my favourite characters run rampant. I had … Continue reading

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Enchanted Pools (fantasy)

At the beginning of the Seventh Age, the kingdom of Garnami was ruled by the siblings Esha and Arsh. They were strong rulers and protected their kingdom with both wisdom and the power of their enchanted wards. To the east of the kingdom, stood … Continue reading

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