By Rachel Hartman #30days30authors I grew up in the Middle Ages. Well, not the Middle Ages exactly, but in Kentucky, which is close, and with a father who believed that if you didn’t have garden soil under your nails, you just weren’t working hard enough. We lived in the middle of town, but he was […]Read More The Medieval Agricultural Year
#30days30authors #amwritingfantasy Excellent article by Cindy Tomamichel reminding those of us who write fantasy or historical fiction that central heating and range stoves just weren’t a thing for our ancestors, and making fire wasn’t as easy as flipping a switch. Reading is easy. We sit in a comfortable chair, perhaps by a warm heater with cat […]Read More Quest for Fire
#30days30authors Chasing Fireflies: A Summer Romance Anthology by C.L. Cannon My rating: 5 of 5 stars Just to be transparent, I am one of the authors of this work. I wrote the last story that appears, Eye of the Storm, and my review does not apply to my story, because that would be ridiculous. But […]Read More Book Review: Chasing Fireflies
My apocalyptic historical is dropping tomorrow at my Patreon. Want Patrick O’Brain crossed with Stephen King? The only way you can get it is by being my Patron! Get it now!Read More Dropping Tomorrow at My Patreon: Tout le Monde est Mort
Here’s a few links to a series of articles about getting horses right in fantasy & historical fiction. But they are somewhat oversimplifications: I also highly recommend the Wikipedia article on coat colour in horses, and following up on the specific articles on coat colours that interest you. Through this, I learned that Lightning, my […]Read More Writing Horses Right
Mirrors by Rebekah Dodson My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have just recently gotten to know Rebekah Dodson online, and I offered to review this one because the third book in her series, Magic, has just come out, and I wanted to support her. But this turned out to be an excellent decision! I […]Read More Book Review: Mirrors (The Curse of Lanval 1) by Rebekah Dodson
Tomorrow is the big day! What do these fantastic authors have in common? They are all fiction writers, and they are all Pagans! Some of them are better known for their Pagan non-fiction, some for their fiction, and some are up-and-comers. Tomorrow, hang out with us and learn about what who we are and what […]Read More Tomorrow! Pagan Fiction Authors Takeover!