As I slowly get back into the habit of blogging regularly again I think this linked blog post is an excellent kick-off and a worthy challenge, which I, through this re-post, formally accept. In short: Pre-Tolkien Short Story Challenge Identify 3 Fantasy stories written before Lord of the Rings was published. 3 stories written before … Continue reading Pre-Tolkien Fantasy Challenge
The #PulpRev stands for a movement amongst a group of talented authors. “The purpose is to return to the glory days of sci-fi/fantasy pulp when writers like Edgar Rice Burroughs cranked out story after story for their readers to enjoy.”
That sounds good to me. Click on through and read all about it.
The #PulpRev stands for a movement amongst a group of talented authors. The purpose is to return to the glory days of sci-fi/fantasy pulp when writers like Edgar Rice Burroughs cranked out story after story for their readers to enjoy.
With When The Gods Fell in its final production stages in e-book, print and audiobook formats (you can pre-order the Kindle edition prior to its Sept. 4th release date right now) I’m back to work writing the next story. Oh, and also currently overseeing the production of the audiobook version of Betrayals, Book 2 of the Jack Del Rio series as well, I might add.
The next project is a Steampunk Middle Grade/YA series. The series is The TimelessSeries and the first book is fittingly titled, The Timeless. The cover is already finished and looks quite sharp. As of now, the series has been plotted out for…
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Today I am reblogging from another blog. It's an important post. Keith over at Adventures Fantastic reviewed Moira Greyland's book, The Last Closet. Moira is the only daughter of Marion Zimmer Bradley. I am yet to read this book and I've been putting it off due to the subject matter. No decent person accepts pedophilia … Continue reading Marion Zimmer Bradley was a Monster
I've never played any of the Witcher games, not that I can remember if I'm honest. My introduction to the Witcher was through the original stories that started it all. I first read The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowski a couple of years ago and liked it; the concept and the lore and worldbuilding--which is uniquely … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 134: Bartłomiej Gaweł
It's been a little while, I know, since my last #Art of Fantasy post. We just had our Labour weekend here in New Zealand which meant we had off Friday and Monday making it a nice long weekend, and instead of catching up on work I just slept. I haven't had a holiday in over … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 133: Michael Kaluta
Why do I like pulp stories? I'll tell you why. They are tales filled with plot, action, adventure, and happy endings. Well, mostly happy endings. You'll find stories about good guys and bad guys and where good ultimately triumphs over evil, as it should. There is another reason I love the stories of old. We … Continue reading Pulptastic: StoryHack Action and Adventure, Issue 1
I'm visiting a golden oldy this week, mostly because it's been a horror of a week and I find myself lamenting heroes from my youth. I am not so naïve to think I'd be able to recapture that old magic. No, not at all. Though my eyes are older and my mind harder I still have … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 132: Pablo Marcos Ortega