Michael Neate

Michael Neate
Michael is a lifelong Fantasy reader and a History teacher by profession. Given his love of Ancient and Medieval times, he has toyed with the idea of writing historical Fantasy in those settings. Michael will always be thankful to his 6th grade teacher who suggested he read The Hobbit. He is not sure whether or not to thank the high school friend who introduced him to The Wheel of Time. Michael loves writers who avoid patronising the reader and telling them all about their invented world but show their characters and setting through intense action and crackling dialogue.

Blood of Ambrose by James Enge

Blood of Ambrose is the debut novel from James Enge. Enge published numerous sword and sorcery short stories in Black Gate (a magazine which features adventure fantasy), focused on his central character Morlock Ambrosius, before producing this novel-length work. Blood of Ambrose …

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Giants of Fantasy: George R. R. Martin

As our first Giant of Fantasy, George R. R. Martin is incredibly well-known among fantasy readers (and HBO viewers) and needs little introduction. He is getting one anyway. Martin’s professional writing career began with science fiction short stories, several of …

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