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Map Artist Maxime Plasse

While the art needs of most authors begin and end with the cover image, fantasy authors know that the next thing readers expect is a map of their fictional world. Tolkien had maps, and so every one of us writing in the post-Tolkien era is expected to have them as

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Warder Artist Daren Horley

Because readers can and do judge a book by its cover, every author knows how important it is to find the right artist for any given project. I believe this to be particularly true for fantasy fiction projects, where the artist must seek to evoke lands, characters, creatures, and talismans

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THE THIN LINE at Covellite Film Festival

Among the many diversions used to postpone novel writing over the last few years was the little matter of assisting my brother Neil in the production of his feature-length directorial debut: The Thin Line. No small matter, as it turns out. If you’ve had cause to sit through the closing

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On the Delay of Kylac

As a naive young reader, I grew accustomed to authors who routinely released a new book each and every year. Every now and then, I’d run up against one who would appear to take long breaks between series, if not titles, and it always left me wondering: Why? What was

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All-New “Warder” Trilogy Featuring Kylac Kronus

Well, it’s official. As teased a few weeks ago, Kylac is back in his very own trilogy, collectively entitled Warder. The series kicks off next week (August 28) with the release of Book One: The Ukinhan Wilds. Books Two and Three will both be available before the end of the

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