Your blood does not define you.
Harley Torrance’s parents were killed in a home invasion when she was three. Adopted by a nice couple, Harley begins to develop strange powers. At fourteen she brews a potion so strong it gains the attention of the Coven King, and changes her world forever.
She’s not human, she’s a witch. Continue reading “The Coven Princess” by Lily Luchesi
What if you were able to have someone you love back from the dead?
Reunited, they should be stronger than ever, but none of them have returned to the palace the same.
When the man she loved died, Rissa had a choice: fall apart or let the anger take control.
Her hatred, her need for vengeance filled every part of her, turning her from sarcastic princess to unashamed killer. Continue reading “Mastery of Earth” (Legends of the Tri-Gard Book 3) by Michelle Bryan and M. Lynn
Patricia A. McKillip. Almost every serious fantasy author knows her name, because she’s that good at what she does. Some books of hers I like more than others, but the fact remains that she is a prolific, amazing writer that everyone should read when diving into fantasy for the first time. She opens people’s eyes to the wonder of fantasy and imagination, to romance and adventure, to war and death. She has been a fan of mine since I was thirteen years old, and my mother handed me a book labeled “The Forgotten Beasts of Eld” and I had devoured it in a single day. Continue reading “McKillip Through the Ages: A Guide” by RIA POTTER
I would like to introduce you to my series – The Kingdom of Durundal – available in kindle, paperback, and free in kindle unlimited. There are four books, made up of the following elements:
Fantasy, history, ancient mythology, sword and sorcery, battles, apothecary (herbal medicines), spirituality, honour, betrayal, vengeance, hope and despair, relationships, the building of families, the destruction of clans, the downfall of courts, moral dilemmas, voyages of discovery, journeys of body and soul, coming of age, love, strength, courage.
The Kingdom of Durundal is foremost a series, and involves the same central characters throughout. The books can be read independently of each other – and can be read as stand alone – certainly by Book Three – there are more dynamics and more themes – a rawness and a much darker side. However, to get the flow of the story – it is best to start at the beginning with ‘A Hare in the Wilderness’ and read through the story in order. That way, you understand how the characters develop – and how their lives interweave. —S. E. Turner
Continue reading “Kingdom of Durundal” series by S. E. Turner
As a fantasy website, I find imperative to stop and talk about Brandon Sanderson. You can find all the information about his work on his website:
He explains to us where to start: Continue reading “Mistborn: The Final Empire” by Brandon Sanderson
Today we have the pleasure to get to know closely Walter Rhein. Author of several novels and creator of fantasy worlds, thank you for being here 🙂
Explain to us in two lines who is Walter Rhein.
I’m a writer for several small press publishers including Perseid Press, Burning Bulb Publishing, and Harren Press. I grew up in Wisconsin, and spent 10 years in Lima, Peru in my 20s.
When did you decide you would try your luck as a writer?
I had a short story accepted for publication in a high school journal when I was a freshman. Continue reading Interview with Walter Rhein
Terra Australis is a newly discovered, hypothetical island. Cartographers have tried to map its surface before. But those are stories lost in the winds of time. Our story follows Pen Octavio as he attempts to be the first of so many to map the island, and discovers that God only knows what everything has been building to. Terra is a land of mystery and enchantment, with shadowed forests and rhino castles. It’s a ride into another world, a look at the things we really value. Continue reading “Terra Australis” by Hyäne Sawbones
Gothic-medieval meets steampunk in the epic fantasy novel, Beyond Falcon’s Reach…
With the ancient blood-pact between landfolk and mountain-people at a precipice, Mourde Cullis buries himself into torturous experiments, seeking a mythical elixir of near-immortality. Continue reading “Beyond Falcon’s Reach” by Jay Northearn
A liar. A lover. A cheat. A man lost to his inner demons. An innocent girl. The Devil himself. A ghost. A mother. Some of the people you will meet along the way belong in darkness, a few of them in light. Much like in life. But regardless of where they belong, they all deserve to have their stories told. This is not a traditional anthology, in the sense that it is not a collection of stories by multiple authors. Continue reading “Grimmest Things” by Honey Due