This week on the webcast we talked about fantasy works that went beyond the standard trilogy so common in the genre. We discussed some epic fantasy as well as some urban fantasy and even mentioned some science fiction for good measure. Some of the works that came up were Rob Thurman’s Cal Leandros Series, Anne... Continue Reading →
I have not one, but two book challenges that I’m working on in 2014. The first is my own personal resolution to read more books (but specifically to read four a month, or a total of 48 books). Last year I read a grand total of thirteen books (wth???). Or rather thirteen books that were new to me, I also re-read some books but I didn’t count them because they weren’t new experiences.
The second challenge I’m doing (really to help motivate me to finish the first) is the Reading Bingo challenge (brought to my attention by my friends and fellow editors at Way too Fantasy, C.J. Casey and June Faramore). I’m not going to re-post the pic or the rules, you can find out all about it in my post about it from the other day if you want.
The first full week of 2014 has passed…
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“She kept its bones in a glass case.” --John Philip Johnson - “Bones and Shadows”
“I was asleep while you were dying.” --Natasha Trethewey - “Myth”
“Safe in their Alabaster Chambers.” --Emily Dickinson - “Safe in their Alabaster Chambers”
We’re extremely happy to present our fourth issue of Way Too Fantasy. Click the cover below to enter the issue’s Table of Contents. Special thanks to all our contributors for this issue, and past issues, you guys continue to be awesome. Want to be a part of Way Too Fantasy? Just check out our submissions... Continue Reading →