I cross-posted this review over at reddit in case anyone wants to follow the discussion there. Earlier this month I read The Shattered Sigil Trilogy by Courtney Schafer. I loved it so much, I wanted to share my thoughts on it, but had to wait a bit before doing a proper review so that I… Continue reading Book Review: The Shattered Sigil Trilogy by Courtney Schafer
A while back we dedicated an entire podcast to standalone fantasy novels. Why? I think standalone works are notable in a genre dominated by series. For one thing, standalone novels are great for introducing someone to the fantasy genre because they have far less commitment than a trilogy or an even longer series (Malazan and… Continue reading Tor’s Standalone Fantasy Recs
It's with mixed emotions that we are announcing today the discontinuation of our webzine. The final issue of Way too Fantasy webzine will be released at the end of October with content that has already submitted. In the past year and a half, we've worked hard on putting together issues, editing content, and reaching out… Continue reading The End. But Not Really.
On the webcast today we geek out about books, recent things we’ve bought and read, and awesome places we get books from. Enjoy! As always, feel free to download a copy and listen to our cast on the go! To download, right click this link and select ‘save link as’. Panelists: June Faramore Lisa… Continue reading WtF a Fantasy Podcast #30 – Lisa & Jen’s Great Big Book Geek-Out
On this episode of WtF, we talked about our massive book hoarding issues and some of the books we’re currently reading. Some of the things we talked about–Rothfuss, Sanderson, Martin. Book signings and randomness. The Book Thief. Tam Lin. The Lives of Tao. Outlander. The Ocean at the End of the Lane. A bunch of… Continue reading WtF a Fantasy Podcast #29 – Currently Reading and Book Hoarding
There's a bit of a debate going on right now in the r/fantasy sub over on reddit about what people consider 'underrated' novels/authors. After a post talking about how the same few books/authors seem to be discussed frequently in the sub, there's been a rash of posts (including this great response) trying to make an… Continue reading Underrated Fantasy
On this week’s webcast we chatted about some of our favorite science fiction, fantasy, and horror short stories and why they are so near and dear to us. We talked about quite a few anthologies and some writers that we feel are really great in short form. Hope you enjoy! As always, feel free to… Continue reading WtF a Fantasy Podcast #28 – Short Stories