8 Noteworthy Resources for Fantasy Authors – Background Details

​Many authors set their fantasy books in medieval or largely rural cultures. Readers expect certain features in these settings (such…

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Alpha Class: A Kurtherian Gambit Series, TS Paul, Michael Anderle: Review

This is the first book in a series chronicling the adventures of the first class in the Etheric Academy –…

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8 Noteworthy Resources for Fantasy Authors – Creating a World

Whether fantasy authors use worlds resembling the real one or far removed from reality, the world must be understandable and…

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The Kurtherian Gambit Part 2; Michael Anderle – Review

We Will Build (The Kurtherian Gambit Book 8) starts the next story arc in the Kurtherian Gambit series. Bethany Anne…

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The Kurtherian Gambit Part 1, Michael Anderle: Review

I discovered this series when a post for Death Becomes Her showed up in my Facebook feed. Since all the…

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Christmas Bear Brothers Complete Box Set, Harmony Raines: Review

A crucial indicator of my really liking a book is that I want to read more by that author. A…

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10 Noteworthy Lists for Authors

To create quality work, authors need quality resources. Below are 10 lists that will help them in this quest. A…

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The Mail Order Bride and the Chocolatier Book 4, Lucille Chisum: Review

Books 1-3 in this series introduced readers to husbands Dominic, Luigi and Isidore and their wives, sisters Noreen, Doris and…

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Trust, Doubt, and a New Beginning, Indiana Wake: Review

Another mail order bride book this week, one by Indiana Wake. A murder takes place in Philadelphia and the victim’s…

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A Christmas Bride for Cowboy Samuel, Jenny Creek Tanner: Review

Another first for Under the Quilt Book Blog – mail order bride books! For some reason, I hadn’t come across…

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