Tag : Fantasy

Written on Jan, 17, 2017 by in | 4 Comments.

Some more free books for you from some tremendous fantasy and sci-fi authors! Some of these books are free on Amazon (or your favorite retailer) and some are yours, gratis, when you sign up for the authors' free newsletters. I regularly talk to all the authors below and they're a great bunch of folks. I'm sure you'll love their books. …

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Written on Oct, 18, 2015 by in , | 5 Comments.

Do you have limited writing time but big goals? A guest post today, by my fantasy author friend, Autumn Birt. Are you a writer? If so, are you meeting your writing goals? Writing is a passion, one usually cobbled together from stolen moments and highs of inspiration. But if you get the writing bug and you get it bad, finding …

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Written on Sep, 05, 2015 by in | 20 Comments.

Have I got a treat for you! Scroll your way through 35 –free– spec-fic books. There's something for everyone here: sci-fi, space opera, epic fantasy, dark fantasy, vampires, paranormal, post-apocalypse, genetic engineering, arcane horror, time travel, and more. Some of these books are free on Amazon (or your favorite retailer) and some are yours, gratis, when you sign up for …

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Written on Jan, 21, 2014 by in , | 5 Comments.

Cherie Reich is one of the super talented writers of Untethered Realms. On May 23rd this year, she releases the first book in an exciting new YA epic fantasy series: The Fate Challenges. Take a look at the gorgeous cover: To save a kingdom, a prophetess must challenge Fate. On the day of Yssa’s death and rebirth, the god Apenth chose her …

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Written on Dec, 05, 2013 by in | Leave a comment

Misha Gericke is a fellow author in Untethered Realms. Back in October she published The Vanished Knight, a brand new fantasy. You might want to check it out or buy a copy for friends this holiday.   Since the death of her parents, Callan Blair has been shunted from one foster family to another, her dangerous secret forcing the move …

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Written on Oct, 19, 2011 by in | 1 Comment.

http://www.whereiwrite.org/ This is an oldie, but I still find it fascinating. I wish Mr. Cassidy would expand the collection, or move into other genres. With a couple of exceptions, it appears that the two obligatory components of a writer’s workspace are a chaotic desk/room and an impressive shelving of books. Is this a cliche? Are there no minimalist authors? Is …

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