epic fantasy

  1. Robinne Weiss


    Saving a people is hard enough. How do you save a god? In the final book of the Fatecarver trilogy, Kalish’s magical power grows along with her influence. Treated like a god, she longs for a normal life, a home, family. But the real god, Iskra, is depending upon her to save the people from...
  2. Rich.

    Who's like Robin Hobb now?

    A question for the fantasy fans: Which new authors (last three to five years, say) are writing in the spirit of authors like Robin Hobb and Lynn Flewelling? I've just finished reading Hobb's Liveship Traders (again) and am wondering to whom that particular style of fantasy torch has been passed.
  3. pcenteno

    Book Review: Science Fantasy Audiobook

    Hey everyone, my SF novel Maz'hura is a finalist for Next Generation Indie Book Awards (Next Generation Indie Book Awards - Winners). Below are some reviews. With the positive feedback I have received, I decided to advertise the audiobook for the first time. I will mostly use Spotify and...
  4. Nikky Lee

    The Rarkyn's Familiar

    An orphan bent on revenge. A monster searching for freedom. A forbidden pact that binds their fates together. Lyss has heard her father’s screams; smelled the iron-tang of his blood. She’s witnessed his execution. And plotted her revenge. Then a violent encounter traps Lyss in a blood-pact...
  5. Rich.

    I'd gone off writing fantasy, but now...

    So, I've gone back to school (which rather took me by surprise) – studying part time, distance learning, a degree in English lit (started out as classical studies but then I realized – the bleedin' obvious – that it's words and stories that float my boat). Anyway, they've got us reading...