Tag Archives: science fiction

It’s here and it’s EPIC

In the past few weeks I’ve been immersed in an interesting new phenomenon: FantasyCon. A group called Flavor of Fantasy along with a bunch of authors, publishers, bloggers and artists has put together a gigantic online fantasy and sci fi event … Continue reading

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This is gonna be Epic

In the past few weeks I’ve been immersed in an interesting new phenomenon: FantasyCon. A group called Flavor of Fantasy along with a bunch of authors, publishers, bloggers and artists has put together a gigantic online fantasy and sci fi event … Continue reading

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Blockbuster day

November is off to an amazing start. Today is SciFi Sunday at FantasyCon on Facebook. Meet and chat with authors of Sci-Fi as well as Fantasy artists and bloggers. Enter the contests, take advantage of the giveaways. Today is also … Continue reading

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The Inner Life of Science Fiction

FantasyCon is being attended by writers, readers, artists, bloggers, and publishers. Today I’m delighted to have a guest post from Alesha Escobar, author of the Gray Tower Trilogy of novels and several short stories. Welcome, Alesha.     There’s a certain sense … Continue reading

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It’s just FANTASTIC

Hark and take heed! A time of fantasy and wonder is upon the virtual land! In the past few weeks I’ve been immersed in an interesting new phenomenon. A group called Flavor of Fantasy along with a bunch of authors, … Continue reading

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When fantasy invades your reality

FantasyCon is being attended by writers, readers, artists, bloggers, and publishers. Today we have a guest post from urban fantasy author Arie Anne Farnam. Welcome, Arie.   I have been set a task by with wizards of FantasyCon–a quest that appears impossible … Continue reading

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The Magic Within

FantasyCon is being attended by writers, readers, artists, bloggers, and publishers. Today we have a guest post from Rick Haynes, author of medieval fantasy, drabbles (very short short stories), and now fairy tales. Welcome, Rick. Fairy-tales … from me? After all, I mainly … Continue reading

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A publisher tells all

FantasyCon is being attended by writers, readers, artists, bloggers, and publishers. Today we have as a guest Carly McCracken from Crimson Cloak Publishing. Thank you for joining us today, Carly. From a publisher’s point of view, how would FantasyCon help you … Continue reading

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Time is not on my side

It’s October, and here the days are getting shorter and the nights longer. Even in our warm climate our foliage is responding to cues to slip into dormancy and my cats are working on their winter coats. As the holiday … Continue reading

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Come to FantasyCon

I barely got the calendar page turned to October but November is already busied out. Of course it’s National Novel Writing Month and I will be doing that but first I’m going to FantasyCon. You should too if you love … Continue reading

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