- Oct 6, 2021
Non-Definitive History: If you don’t like the past change it
History is non-definitive: facts, situations, and experiences are based on interpretation. Stories from our past are layered with meaning.
- Sep 8, 2021
A moment with Isobel Blackthorn
Interview with Isobel Blackthorn, author of Emma's Tapestry, The Unlikely Occultist, and so much more.
- Aug 18, 2021
Book Review: Golgotha by Phil Hore
Book review: Golgotha - A World War 1 Trench Murder Mystery. Author - Phil Hore. Published by Odyssey Books.
- Jul 28, 2021
Book review: The Amber Crane by Malve von Hassell
Book review of historical fantasy novel, The Amber Crane by Malve von Hassell.
- Jun 16, 2021
From the bones up: Developing historical characters
Developing characters for historical or historical fantasy fiction when you've got little more than a few bones to build on.
- Jun 2, 2021
A non-definitive history of: Speculative Fiction
History is anything but definitive. Join me as I look into the non-definitive history of random objects.
- Apr 25, 2021
A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.
I read Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck as a teenager. Connected as it was to high school study, I liked it well enough, but coming to...
- Apr 5, 2021
Writing historical fantasy fiction involves diving into myth and magic, and the occasional monster story. But reading isn’t all that...
- Mar 31, 2021
March article round up - magic, myth, and fantasy
I’ve been doing some reading into magic, myth, conceptual theming, and core character / personality realisation, encompassing the...