“Empire’s Exile is a goldmine of anticipation, apprehension, joys and hardships, survival and all-consuming, accepting love.” You can read the rest of Liis Scanlon’s detailed and comprehensive review here: https://liisthinks.blog/2018/08/17/empires-exile-empires-legacy-3-by-marian-l-thorpe/ amazon.com/author/marianthorpe Advertisements
Unbelievably, the Empire’s Legacy trilogy is done. Here are the covers, the links, and an excerpt from the third and final book. Fifteen years of my life, these have taken: twelve for Empire’s Daughter, because I was still working and busy with other commitments as well; two for Empire’s Hostage, and a shocking less-than-one for … More The Completed Trilogy
On Tuesday June 26th at the eBar (in Guelph, Ontario) my short-story chapbook In An Absent Dream, with artwork by Duy Trinh, is part of the group launch called Ephemera Fanfare, put on by our publisher Vocamus Offcuts. If you’re in the vicinity, come and join us!
I was interviewed recently by writer and videographer R.B. Young for his video series WriteIDEAs. We talked about theme in historical fantasy. View the interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0k4F0NBQZY&feature=youtu.be
Here’s a little taste of Empire’s Exile (due out late 2018) just for today: My doubts….were meaningless; they were as unfounded as if he had doubted me because I could shoot a bow, or navigate a sunless sea. I had touched on the truth, the first night at the lake: the darkness within us both … More A Valentine’s Day Excerpt
“I wonder the wonder, freedom of freedoms, play for you nightly and sing in the rain. I pray for your ghosts to let you off lightly, lessen and get rid of your terrible pain.” Welcome to today’s guest post, from Frances Wasserman-Bildner, promoting her new book, Expressions of an Artist: The Whole Shebang “I … More Guest Post: Expressions of an Artist: The Whole Shebang – Frances Wassermann-Bildner
Originally posted on Andrea Lundgren:
I frequently get questions from fellow readers for fantasy book recommendations. I have well-known favorites (The Lord of the Rings, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Hobbit) but then my list goes off to books that are less known, so I wanted to share the best with all of you. These have…
How do you spend the day prior to a book launch? I practiced the excerpt I’m reading one more time. I packed bags with books and cash, raffle tickets, tape, pens, business cards, bookmarks, a receipt book. That took maybe an hour. Otherwise… … More Book Launch Night! and some freebies.
“Retirement” still seems to involve twelve-hour days. … More Catching Up
A science-fiction thriller that kept me turning the pages. … More The R.E.M. Effect, by J.M. Lanham: A Review