Monthly Archives: August 2012

When the room is spinning….

by Crymsyn Hart After finally recovering from an inner ear infection that left me reeling for six weeks, I think the room has finally stopped spinning enough for me to focus on things. It was hard though to make the … Continue reading

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The End of the World As We Know It

by Gail Z. Martin My newest book, The Dread: Book Two in The Fallen Kings Cycle, confronts a medieval world on the brink of a “War of Unmaking.”  Plague, famine, civilian unrest, pretenders to the throne, usurpers, traitors and a … Continue reading

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What are some things you learned from writing fantasy?

by Gail Z. Martin Q:  What are some things you learned from writing fantasy? A:  One thing I’ve learned is a definite respect for the hardships which our ancestors endured—plague, famine, lack of clean water, lack of indoor plumbing and … Continue reading

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Warrior Queen Mommy Wars

by Gail Z. Martin I survived the Mommy Wars of the 1990s. Back then, it wasn’t enough to make a decision on what was right for your individual family in terms of going back to work after having a child.  … Continue reading

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