The Seventh Annual Self-published Fantasy Blog Off opens for entries tomorrow, May 14, at 6 pm GDT. As I wrote in my last blog, this is a free-to-enter competition for self-published fantasy novels conceived by author Mark Lawrence. You can find the full set of rules and the entry link here on Mark's blog. In … Continue reading More Thoughts on #SPFBO
Last year I jumped on the chance to participate in QuaraCon, a pandemic-driven virtual fantasy convention that was the brainchild of author Virginia McClain, and I loved every moment of it. Despite being a very shy, mostly introverted person in most social situations, I do love the stage! I was a drama club kid when … Continue reading QuaranCon 2021 Schedule
To build the necessary timelines for the plot, I had to determine the number of days, weeks, and months in a Knownearthian year.
The Self-Published Fantasy Blog Off (SPFBO) is an annual competition run by Mark Lawrence (author of Prince of Thorns and Red Sister, among others) since 2015. Each year, Mark takes a maximum of 300 entries (first come, first served; this year the 300 slots disappeared in about a day and a half) and distributes them among … Continue reading News Update: A Wizard’s Forge Passes First Hurdle in the 2018 SPFBO