Few things are as polarizing as an adaptation. When readers hear that a beloved story which they've devoted their time and heart to is set to become a movie or television show, a mixture of excitement and anxiety is bound to arise. The idea of seeing what we love come to life in such a different medium is certainly interesting, getting to relive what made you care about the … [Read more...] about Adaptations of Our Fantasies: A Look at Several Stories
The following is a review from E.S. Furlan's website at: https://www.esfurlan.com/blog/2018/5/12/book-review-asunder-by-liz-steinworth Sometimes after interacting with so many authors and artists you get a feel for some of the personalities that come out, and I want to add that I have emailed both Liz and E.S. both on my groups and from my facebook page and even from a … [Read more...] about E.S. Furlan reviews “Asunder” from Liz Steinworth
Could you tell the readers a little bit about yourself? I write speculative fiction based on fantasy worlds filled with magic, intrigue and adventure. My writing spills into dark fantasy worlds of sword and sorcery, magic and mayhem. I also write very slowly, this five-minute interview actually took me over an hour! I live in Devon, England with a handful of teenagers, one … [Read more...] about 5 Minutes with P.J. Reed
This time I'm reviewing the short story collection The Theater of Dusk by Lizbeth Gabriel. I don't read a lot of short story collections, so it was nice to read something a little different this time around. The Theater of Dusk consists of thirteen short stories, each self-contained, stand-alone narratives. Technically, everything is on point and professional. I found no typos, … [Read more...] about Book Review: The Theater of Dusk
I had a review posted today by a woman blogger and I think she likes it vanilla… which is slightly awkward. The review was positive, and I thank her for it as it mentioned good character building, great monsters, and world building but she was unhappy because the characters in my book appeared to have ‘odd relationships with one another.’ Yes, indeed they do. The … [Read more...] about How Do You Like It?