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Competitions in Men in Fantasy

The genre has changed, and continues to change – gone are the days of ‘the prophesied one’, and Grimdark has risen to sate the hunger of readers who want realistic, dark, emotionally charged and gritty tales. As writers, what brought you to writing Fantasy? As readers, what do you love (or hate) about the genre? Who are your literary heroes? Whose books do you drop everything else to read? What trends do you notice? Let’s discuss Men in Fantasy!
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Competitions in Men in Fantasy

Post by Gary Compton » Tue Dec 20, 2016 12:15 pm

Okay, we are giving away an audiobook of Stephen Poore's Heir to the North. This really is a wonderful novel and book 2 in the series is out now. (See links below).

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Heir-North-Steven-Poore-ebook/dp/B0156HGMGW

https://www.amazon.co.uk/High-Kings-Vengeance-Steven-Poore-ebook/dp/B01HIYE4HA

All you need to do is describe what you liked about the book below and our head of Phantasia, Andrew Angel will pick the winner.

“Caenthell will stay buried, and the North will not rise again until I freely offer my sword to a true descendant of the High Kings—or until one takes it from my dying hands!”

With this curse, the Warlock Malessar destroyed Caenthell. The bloodline of the High Kings disappeared and the kingdom faded into dark legend until even stories of the deed lost their power. But now there is an Heir to the North.
Cassia hopes to make her reputation as a storyteller by witnessing a hardened soldier and a heroic princeling defeat Malessar and his foul curse. But neither of her companions are exactly as they appear, and the truth lies deep within stories that have been buried for centuries.

As Cassia learns secrets both soldier and warlock have kept hidden since the fall of Caenthell, she discovers she can no longer merely bear witness. Cassia must become part of the story; she must choose a side and join the battle.
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