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Interview with Altenay

On May 2nd, the anthology of fantasy short stories Hero Lost: Mysteries of Death and Life was released by Dancing Lemur Press. The anthology is comprised of 12 stories. One of them is my story Captain Bulat. As a promotional … Continue reading

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Interview with my heroine

My heroine Eriale, the protagonist of Almost Adept, was interviewed recently on Champagne Books Blog. She talked about her magic … mostly. She also talked about her childhood, her world, and her ambitions. She was pretty open with the interviewer. … Continue reading

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Fantasy Character Interview #21

This series hasn’t had a new post since last year, but today I have an exciting new guest – Rhianna Pendragon, the heroine of Katherine Roberts’ children fantasy (age 9-12) series The Pendragon Legacy. The series includes four novels: # … Continue reading

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Inter-Literary Fantasy Cafe

The Inter-Literary Fantasy Cafe is always full. It’s a meeting place for characters from different fantasy novels, created by different writers. A hobbit can meet a werewolf here. A dragon can chat with a vampire. A fairy and an elf … Continue reading

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My character and I on the web

This week, my character Eriale from my novel Almost Adept and I, its author, stand side by side. We have both been interviewed by Alexandra Butcher on her blog. I think Eriale’s interview is way more interesting than mine, but … Continue reading

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Fantasy Character Interview #20

Today, I interviewed Turold, the Magnificent from  Joshua Grasso’s comic epic fantasy novel The Astrologer’s Portrait. 1. Tell us a little about yourself—name, profession, home, family, the usual. To begin, let me apologize for crossing the disputed borders, which I certainly … Continue reading

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Fantasy Character Interview #19

Today, I interviewed Jane, the protagonist of Elizabeth Fountain’s urban fantasy novel You, Jane. 1. Tell me a little about yourself—name, profession, home, family, the usual. My name is Jane Margaret Blake (my dad watched a lot of M*A*S*H, what … Continue reading

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Fantasy Character Interview #18

Please welcome Gilgamesh, one of the leading characters of Jordan Morris’s contemporary YA fantasy novel Round and Round. 1. Tell me a little about yourself—name, profession, home, family, the usual. I’m Gilgamesh. You know, the King of Uruk, two-thirds god, … Continue reading

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Fantasy Character Interview #17

My new book, the sword-and-sorcery fantasy novel Eagle En Garde, #1 in the Eagle series, was just released by my publisher, Burst Books. Please, meet Darin Barclay, the protagonist of the novel. 1. Tell me about yourself—name, profession, home, family, … Continue reading

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Fantasy Character Interview #16

Today, my guest is Sarya dyr-Rusac, the protagonist of Kyra Halland’s romantic fantasy novel Sarya’s Song. 1. Tell me a little about yourself—name, profession, home, family, the usual. My name is Sarya dyr-Rusac. I don’t have a proper family name; … Continue reading

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