Tag Archives: fantasy

Immortal Wars: Light, Blood, & Tears Part 1

(Disclaimer: A warning to those who continue.  This is a sequel to a previous story.  Both of these were written in the mid-1990’s.  While the first one was slightly edited and vanity press published, this one has not been touched … Continue reading

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Andy’s Action Armor Archives: Free Polish with Every Suit

Coming right over!  Wow . . . You definitely came to the right place. No adventure would survive wearing regular clothes.  I’m surprised nobody jumped you for that shiny sword, especially in this part of town.  Now, let’s go into … Continue reading

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#4 Post of 2020: Does Fantasy Have to Be Medieval?

(Post originally made on January 6, 2020. That’s staying power.) Various questions come up when someone wants to write high fantasy and many of them are completely understandable.  They may deal with magic, various races, and creating a world that … Continue reading

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War of Nytefall . . . Any Questions?

So, I’m preparing things to build hype for a spring release of War of Nytefall: Savagery.  This is a book where Clyde faces a monster that may be more powerful than himself.  It results in him having to do something that … Continue reading

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Immortal Wars: Light, Blood, & Tears Intro . . . Here We Go

Last year, I put the first book I wrote on my blog by sections.  This was called Immortal Wars: The Summoning and I wrote it in high school.  It was cleaned up a bit in college when I sent it to … Continue reading

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Stanford’s Stylish Sword Shop: Don’t Lick the Merchandise

Welcome!  Come on in out of the rain and put your umbrella in the bucket.  I assume you’re looking for a magical sword.  Why else would you have ventured out into such a maelstrom?  It did strike without warning, but … Continue reading

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Crossing Genres: #Fantasy & #Historical Fiction

Here we are for the last ‘Crossing Genres’ post unless somebody requests pairing another one off with ‘Fantasy’.  I’m open to any that I can slip into January.  Not sure any will be as difficult as this one.  One genre … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas . . . Promo Time!

MERRY CHRISTMAS! Looking for last minute ideas or have an Amazon card to use?  Check out these series by clicking on the cover art and start 2021 with a wild adventure: Not looking for a long series?  Then, check out … Continue reading

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Crossing Genres: #Fantasy & #Mystery

Welcome back to the newest entry of crossing over genres.  Again, this is to show how advice for one can be used for another.  Of course, I’m always using Fantasy since that’s my wheelhouse.  I’ve done Romance and Horror/Thriller, but … Continue reading

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A Week with Snow and Shovels

Okay, this week didn’t go exactly as planned.  I can’t even be sure of how I fell a little behind on the writing side of things.  Not enough that it destroys me, but I’m simply confused.  Time may have gotten … Continue reading

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