Mythago Wood

I first heard about Mythago Wood on sffworld.com┬áduring a discussion of great fantasy novels. One moderator even called it "legendary". Intrigued by anything to earn such an honor, and a "World Fantasy Award" winner to boot, I decided it was in my best interest to check out the 1984 novel by Robert Holdstock.The premise of... Continue Reading →

Ages of Aenya Query #5

Condensing 157,000 words into one page is not an easy task. Ages of Aenya is a complex story, an adventure full of monsters, exotic locations, and heroes with their own passions and insecurities. It is a book, I believe, that can be read on multiple levels, as a straightforward fantasy epic, as a tale of... Continue Reading →

The Last Unicorn

I love this book. Reading The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle┬áreminded me of why I wanted to be a writer in the first place, of not only the transportative power of fiction but the inspirational power of fantasy. But I am getting ahead of myself here, so let me backtrack a little . .... Continue Reading →

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