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The Tower Outside of Time by Joseph Sale

In his latest book, Joseph Sale brings together the worlds of Dark Hilarity and The Tunnel with the four main characters meeting up and taking on the world of Dae’eshta. Since escaping The Cretin, Tara and Nicola have moved to London and become successful fantasy novelists. I loved that they got a happy ending, and… Continue reading The Tower Outside of Time by Joseph Sale

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Joseph Sale Month: The Tower Outside of Time

Joseph Sale’s new book, The Tower Outside of Time, will be released on April 15th. If you’ve read Dark Hilarity and The Tunnel, The Tower Outside of Time connects these two books in an exciting way. I haven’t read The Tower Outside of Time, but I’ve preordered my copy and I can’t wait to find… Continue reading Joseph Sale Month: The Tower Outside of Time

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Joseph Sale Month: Interview with Joseph Sale

Iseult: Joseph, thank you so much for talking with me today. It’s been a blast celebrating your writing all month long, and it’s wonderful to get to learn more about your inspiration and process. Virtue’s End is a masterpiece. It’s both an exciting fantasy and a deeply personal tale, and it’s an epic poem! What… Continue reading Joseph Sale Month: Interview with Joseph Sale

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Joseph Sale Month: Virtue’s End

A personal epic poem, the stakes are high in Virtue’s End - Horus must save the land of imagination from the vile beasts that desire to destroy it. Inspired by Edmund Spenser’s Faerie Queene, it’s no surprise that the poet appears within this tome, and several other writers of great fame too, including Mary Shelley… Continue reading Joseph Sale Month: Virtue’s End

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Joseph Sale Month: The Forefather of British Fantasy

Born in 1552, in London, he served as a young man as a secretary to the Bishop of Rochester, the Earl of Leicester, and later Lord Grey de Wilton, Lord Deputy of Ireland. Along the way, he authored several pastoral works. Aged 38, he was brought before Queen Elizabeth I by Sir Walter Raleigh to… Continue reading Joseph Sale Month: The Forefather of British Fantasy