Source: The Fall of Dragons Ends a Great Fantasy Series with a Bloody, Alien Bang
I answer reader questions about reenacting, writing fantasy, the Traitor Son Cycle, and what I’m looking at next.
It’s launch day, at least in the UK. I started writing these novels in 2012. I think there’s at least 2400 pages of material, and I could write more. It’s odd to say goodbye. However, I want to take this space to discuss origins and books I loved, not endings. Who knows, maybe Gollanz will […]
This is a blog about fighting; about teaching martial arts; about admitting when you are wrong, and most of all, about how well-run and fascinating WMAW is. But first, if you are, say a fantasy or HisFic fan and not a sword person, you may well ask ‘What is WMAW?’ The short answer is ‘The […]
Source: Miles Cameron: Fall of Dragons (review)
Source: The Traitor Son Cycle is the Perfect Hair of the Dog for your Game of Thrones Hangover
Last weekend, I went to the Adirondacks with two of my favorite camping partners, my wife Sarah and my friend Elisabeth. I was still jet-lagged from Greece, but I wanted to fit in some wilderness after all those ancient sites and tough days at the beach… In thirty-six hours of relatively civilized life in the […]
Today we are leaving Greece after a mere ten days. Our trip has been glorious; perfect weather, wonderful food, friendly people, new friends and old. For my next blog, I’ll be talking about reasons why you should visit Greece; about the tourist industry, the cleanliness, and the complete lack of refugee problems so widely advertised […]
I don’t think that is will come as a surprise to any of you that Greece (along with Italy and England and the Adirondacks and southern Ontario and a few dozen other places) is one of the main inspirations to my writing. Greece inspired all of my ancient historical novels, which are placed there; in […]
Ok, I admit it. I just liked the title’s sound. My wife Sarah and I are on vacation in Greece. Vacation, for us, means beaches and sun… and research. I write about Greece, and I was just fortunate enough to land a new historical fiction contract with Orion to write a pair of books about […]
One of my favorite reviews of all time.