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Fantasy books to enjoy

The Mountains of Sorrow The Mountains of Sorrow turns one today! If you love reading about: Earth magic versus star magic Powerful people destroying the land Strong women Noble men Cute squirrels Elemental dragons Then this is the book for you! Get The Mountains of Sorrow now If you like fantasy stories this is a… Continue reading Fantasy books to enjoy

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New Release: Adventures in 1887

I love the concept of this anthology series. Each volume covers a year in the life of New Albion, an island off New York where ordinary humans and magical folk coexist. It’s a shared world series of anthologies, the world designed by the authors in cooperation before they wrote their stories. The stories in Adventures… Continue reading New Release: Adventures in 1887

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New Release! Chronicles of New Albion: Adventures in 1787

Released today, the first in a new fantasy anthology series from Skullgate Media. Chronicles of New Albion: Adventures in 1787 features my novelette, The Toymaker. Get your copy today to read about the former changeling, Sally O’Dea, and the tragedies that befall her as she tries to make her way in the human world. Click… Continue reading New Release! Chronicles of New Albion: Adventures in 1787

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The Quiet Game by Rami Ungar

These five tales to chill your bones mightn’t be quite as dark as the Master of Fear’s more recent work, but they’re highly entertaining and a great way to spend an hour. Addict opens the collection with an interesting second person point of view take on addiction. The focus is sex addiction, and a main… Continue reading The Quiet Game by Rami Ungar

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Planet Scumm Issue #13: Something Up Ahead

Planet Scumm is such a nicely produced magazine. The print issue comes in a lovely compact, pocket sized soft bound edition with a full colour cover, and both the print and ebook contain Maura Mcgonagle’s beautiful illustrations, which add a lot to the stories. This issue is packed full of delightfully dark speculative horror fiction.… Continue reading Planet Scumm Issue #13: Something Up Ahead