Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3 – The Paranormal Problem This is the third of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres (please also see  Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1   Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2 ). Given the prevalence of paranormal fantasy novels, authors writing any other … Continue reading Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2 – Fantasy Writers in the Wilderness This is the second of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres (for Part 1, please see:  Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1 ). The risk of being categorized with books significantly different from your chosen subgenre is … Continue reading Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1: The Challenge This is the first of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres. Fantasy authors face a challenge: ensuring that potential readers know which subgenre(s) their work fits into. For better or worse, book buyers’ purchasing decisions, particularly for lesser-known authors, are driven … Continue reading Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1

My New Novel Published: THE LORDS OF POWDER

The Lords of Powder takes place during the height of Miami’s cocaine wars as a magician pursues a fortune smuggling and woos a gifted musician while eluding drug cartels and the police (Amazon link to eBook or print versions:  https://amzn.to/2Oe2ERA ). In this elegant cross-genre blend of modern fantasy, historical fiction and action adventure, Bradan … Continue reading My New Novel Published: THE LORDS OF POWDER

Book Review – TELL THEM OF BATTLES, KINGS AND ELEPHANTS

It’s easy to be intrigued by a story that not only contains a Kipling epigraph, but also entitles the novel with a quote from a Kipling poem. And, by the way, has Michelangelo as its protagonist straddling Renaissance Italy and Ottoman Turkey. And does all this in a lyrical 140 pages. Mathias Enard wrote Tell … Continue reading Book Review – TELL THEM OF BATTLES, KINGS AND ELEPHANTS