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50 Page Fridays: Half a War by Joe Abercrombie


50 Page Fridays: Half a War by Joe Abercrombie

Take a sneak peek at the stunning conclusion to an epic fantasy trilogy, Half a War by Joe Abercrombie! Click to read more

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Tanith Lee: An Appreciation


Penguin Random House Executive Editor Anne Groell shares her tribute to author Tanith Lee and fond memories of encountering her novels for the first time.

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Google Hangout Interview: Peter Orullian & His TRIAL OF INTENTIONS


Last week, I conducted a Google Hangout interview with Peter Orullian! It was my first hangout interview so I’m still learning how it works but there is some excellent content here about writing and Peter’s new book, Trial of Intentions! Enjoy!

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‘Game of Thrones’ Sand Snakes Talk Weapons


Entertainment Weekly just published an interesting interview with the three actresses who portray the deadly daughters of Oberyn Martell on HBO’s Game of Thrones: Keisha Castle-Hughes, Jessica Henwick, and Rosabell Laurenti Sellers. While the women aren’t weapon masters in real-life, as it turns out, they’ve taken plenty of martial arts training to look convincing in [...]

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Four Reasons Why Odin the Allfather is the Worst God Around


Four Reasons Why Odin the Allfather is the Worst God Around

Odin: The Viking Allfather is the latest addition to Osprey Publishing’s amazing Myths & Legends line. While it’s a fantastic exploration of the Allfather’s role in ancient society and popular culture, the question remains: Why would anyone worship him? Odin may be the leader of the Aesir and one of the founders of the universe, [...]

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In Phoenix, AZ This Weekend? Go To Comicon!


Phoenix Comicon 2015 is this weekend! In fact, it kind of started today and runs through Sunday!

If you are going to be in Arizona this weekend, DO NOT miss this convention! There are many talented writers in attendance and here are some of them!

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‘The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen’ Reboot Coming Whether You Like it or Not


You know that movie you were dying for Hollywood to make? Well, forget about that: You’re getting a reboot of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, the not especially extraordinary film from 2003. Based upon a (very good) 1999 comic book by notoriously Hollywood-unfriendly snake wizard/writer Alan Moore, the first League of Extraordinary Gentlemen film was [...]

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Paolo Bacigalupi’s ‘The Water Knife’: Fiction or Prediction?


Paolo Bacigalupi’s ‘The Water Knife’: Fiction or Prediction?

In Paolo Bacigalupi’s new novel The Water Knife, Angel Velasquez is an assassin who plies his deadly trade at the behest of a water corporation. Water shortages have devastated the United States, rendering the once-powerful nation into a balkanized, ruined shell of its former self. Could something like this really happen?
Frighteningly enough, the water [...]

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