"Fantasy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Audio Book HeavenAudio Book Heaven

Audio book reviews spanning all genres: science fiction, fantasy, action, a...

 
Jesse Gordon—the author, that isJesse Gordon—the author, that is

The official Web site of author Jesse Gordon, featuring articles, news, rev...

 
Jamieson Wolf - Words that satisfy every need...Jamieson Wolf - Words that satisfy every need...

The official blog for author Jamieson Wolf. Includes information on current...

 
Genre WenchGenre Wench

Reviews of mystery, fantasy, sci-fi and the occasional horror books

 
Seven Miles of Steel ThistlesSeven Miles of Steel Thistles

Posts on YA Fiction and fantasy, children's books, folklore and myths

 
clara*s victory danceclara*s victory dance

random thoughts and happenings

 
Epic FailEpic Fail

A Dungeons & Dragons based Fantasy webcomic by Amy Letts. Danger, Dece...

 


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"Two men, one highly detailed resin fantasy village, and five days to paint it." If you're a fantasy tabletop gamer, you likely know about Tabletop World, two Croatian terrain makers whose resign-cast buildings are the gold standard in tabletop gamin...

IMGURian @Sgraceoh shared these phenomenal images of their “Lord of the Rings themed wedding,” and it looks like a good time was had by all. Truly enchanting, and what dedication to design. Our Lord of the Rings themed wedding! Read the rest...

Yes, my usual fare is mystery and suspense, but I like to step away and read something completely different every so often. The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow was my latest read - a foray into fantasy.1900. January lives with her gua...

I read and greatly enjoyed Jack Vance's 4-book series, Tales of the Dying Earth last year. Today I wanted to tell my daughter about one of the spells in the book (the Spell of Forlorn Encystment), so I looked it up online. One of the top results Alis...

The Witcher is one of Netflix’s most fun new shows, but it’s not their most straightforward. With three timelines that dip and swerve constantly, it's hard to discern where and when its characters are. But Alexis Nedd refuses to be bamboo...

Here's a breakdown of the results from the Peeple's Poll. Find out which movie was the highest rated, lowest rated, and everything in between. Plus some interesting numbers that only the Peeple's Poll can provide: like which movie beat expectations b...

While looking up something else on YouTube, I came across Santa Claus, the world's first Christmas movie! This British silent film, a little over a minute long, was made in 1898 and was directed by George Albert Smith, a "stage hypnotist, psychic, ma...