Monthly Archives: February 2020

Author Natalya Capello Shares Rich Fantasy Worlds

This is the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast Episode 91 withNatalya Capello. Good day and welcome to this episode of the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast. I’m your host, podcaster and author of Fun Fantasy Reads, Jamie Davis. This podcast … Continue reading

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Shattered Dreams by Ulff Lehmann: Review by E.G. Stone

I read a lot of fantasy. It so happens that I really like all varieties of fantasy (and almost every genre) but there are some that just make you sink back with the biggest cup of tea you can find … Continue reading

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Chuggie and the Desecration of Stagwater by Brent Michael Kelley: Review by E.G. Stone

In some stories within the fantasy genre—including all the grimdark, horror, epic, adventure, and otherwise—there are beings that are as old as the world. Usually these beings are gods, or monsters. In Brent Kelley’s work, Chuggie and the Desecration of … Continue reading

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Building Fantasy Fans with A.M. Rycroft’s Fall of Kingdoms Series

This is the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast Episode 90 with A.M. Rycroft. Good day and welcome to this episode of the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast. I’m your host, podcaster and author of Fun Fantasy Reads, Jamie Davis. This … Continue reading

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Swashbuckling Fantasy Fun with Author Sebastien de Castell on the Podcast

This is the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast Episode 89 with Sebastien de Castell. Good day and welcome to this episode of the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast. I’m your host, podcaster and author of Fun Fantasy Reads, Jamie Davis. … Continue reading

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Devouring Dark by Alan Baxter: a Review by E.G. Stone

One of the most looming things in the lives of all living is death. Many see death as a darkness that will inevitably come and destroy them. Poetry, plays, novels, treatises, art and more have all been created about the … Continue reading

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Wizardom: Eye of Obscurance by Jeffrey L. Kohanek: a Review by E.G. Stone

Have you ever seen a Rube Goldberg machine, where ordinary objects are taken and put together in such a way that a single act of motion is perpetuated throughout a sequence? They’re fun, fascinating, and are really hard to watch … Continue reading

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The Atomic Sea by Jack Conner: a Review by E.G. Stone

Imagine a world at war. It isn’t terribly hard to do. Imagine, then, that this war is not going particularly well for anybody except the advancing armies. The opposing sides would do almost anything to stop the advance, but there … Continue reading

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Jacq of Spades by Patricia Loofbourrow: a Review by E.G. Stone

While fantasy, science fiction, and their subgenres are no stranger to mystery, it is a fairly rare occurrence to see them combined with noir. So when Patty Loofbourrow told me that her steampunk book, Jacq of Spades was also a … Continue reading

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Sword of Ruyn by RG Long: a Review by E.G. Stone

There is something impossible to describe about the older epic fantasy novels, like Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, or The Sword of Shannara, or other books of the same era. Modern fantasy books can be equally epic in scale, but … Continue reading

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