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Guest Post: What Makes it a Fantasy? by @devorah_fox

What Makes It a Fantasy? Further Thoughts © 2015 by Devorah Fox (Published at Fantasy, Mash-ups, & Mayhem with permission)   Last year as I prepared for the launch of The King’s Redress, Book Three in The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam epic fantasy series, I ruminated on what makes a story a fantasy as opposed to general fiction. Fiction …

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Cover Reveal: Masters of Time

Hone the untapped powers of your mind to rewind time and save the love of your life. Step through a painting and explore an eerie past. Jump into the future with a clone who will usurp his destiny… July 2015, Time will fall into unlikely hands Masters of Time: A Sci-fi & Fantasy Time Travel Anthology will be released July …

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The Ghost of Time: Envisioning The Story

Guest Post by Samantha LaFantasie Ghost of Time – How Visual Aids Helped Me Write My Story Making a story feel real with visual aids are one of the many things that get left in the dust when many authors talk about their books. For me, visual aids are an important part of my process. From locations to character descriptions, …

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Heart Song by @SamLaFantasie #Fantasy #AmReading

Relena wants freedom, depending on herself and not having to answer to anyone, but a betrayal takes that away. The last thing she expected was the incredibly handsome Marren to free her. The catch? She has to fall in love with him, fulfill a prophecy involving their heart song, and rejoin the two realms. But Jiren, the last Ancient of …

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Come The Dark: Excerpt + Giveaway

Come, the Dark by: Rebecca Hamilton Genres: Fantasy, Fiction, Historical, New Adult, Paranormal, Romance 361 pages Release Date: January 6, 2015 Rose desperately wants to escape the abuse of the father who impregnated her and the dark spirits that haunt her life. Being thrust from Georgia 1961 into the era of Salem’s infamous witch trials isn’t what she had in …

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July 2015, Time Will Fall Into Unlikely Hands

Masters of Time: A Sci-fi & Fantasy Time Travel Anthology I’m wrapping up interviews with my fellow Masters of Time authors, and I’ve got to say–they surprise me. They inspire me. They make me arch an eyebrow but at the same time I’m applauding them. No two people think alike, and when I asked them to share their thoughts on …

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Real Life Agent Carters: The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

Women’s History Month / The Real Life Agent Carters – The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare If I told you Agent Peggy Carter represented more than just a comic book (or movie/tv ) character, you’d probably chalk it up to mere fandom. And yes, while I am a fan of Agent Carter, I’m an even bigger fan of the dozens of …

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#SleepyHollow Finale Review: Ichabbie Shippers, Rejoice!

Assuming we’re getting Season 3. And assuming they’ll go down that road. But the fact that Katrina is apparently out of the picture is a sign that we’re getting back to what most of us loved about Sleepy Hollow’s first season: Team Witness, with their chemistry, banter, and unity, as well as Captain Irving and Jenny as badass sidekicks, mixed …

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#AgentCarter Review: Snafu

Wow, I was surprised Jarvis had the cahones to walk straight into SSR headquarters with a forged confession. Unfortunately, his plan didn’t work, and he wound up stuck with Peggy Carter in interrogation. Doh! I’m not even going to recap the interrogation scene. Here it is. Just too good not to share:   Post by Agent Carter. Peggy has been …

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#SleepyHollow: Too Fast, But You Can’t Slow Down Now

You probably already know what I’m about to say, just by reading the title of this post. Katrina’s turn to the dark side would have been breathtaking and fun had the show done its proper groundwork earlier in the season! If it was more obvious that Katrina had sinister motives and did push Mary off that cliff, it would’ve been …