Monthly Archives: March 2014

Writing Combat In Fantasy: Top Ten Tips

10 tips for writing realistic combat scenes in fantasy fiction. Guest blog by Danie Ware. via Writing Combat In Fantasy: Top Ten Tips. part two: Writing Combat In Fantasy: Top Ten Tips part two.

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Historical Research with Miles Cameron and Anthony Ryan

Interview with Miles Cameron, author of The Red Knight and The Fell Sword, and Anthony Ryan, author of Blood Song. Both men give their insights on historical research in regards to fantasy writing. via Historical Research with Miles Cameron and … Continue reading

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I Know an Old Scarred Tree

There are things, which weigh heavily on me. I won’t lie, I too have my share of scars. But unlike some mine lie dormant, They’re hibernating dragons breathing fire within my eyes, Glowing visions of dreams past. There is a … Continue reading

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A Crowing Heart

Countless, are the words that have gone through my mind, Endless, feel the passing hours not knowing, What to say ~ I’m engaged in a battle, waging war, With a demon I’ve never felt before, Emotion: turmoil. A sword made … Continue reading

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Gandkvæði Tróndar

Færeyinga saga covers the story of how Christianity was coming to Faroese Islands, one of the characters was named Trond (Tróndur í Gøtu) and opposed the christening of Faroese Islands. Enterpretation by Týr, “Trond’s magical chanting”

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Thought-Ghost

Hours before dawn, Those imbued with ethereal spectres, by a mind of sleep depraved, An augmentation of reality, Bordering on hallucinogenic. Phantom sounds and ghostly presence, Concepts of logic rewritten, with a mind half-dreaming-gullible. Through such sleepless depravity, Ephemeral clarity, … Continue reading

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Fantasy: The Blueprint of the World

A look at how fantasy shapes our minds and our world. via Fantasy: The Blueprint of the World.

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