fantasy

2016 has been a strange year. We've lost some of the world's most brilliant minds and we've also seen two of the biggest
Perhaps you're like me on this. I find it very difficult to think very far into the future. Not only do I find it difficult
In truth, they are everywhere, organising in all the corners of this world, with no other urge but to clip their cloth and colour their skin so they might mimic the superheroes they worship, as if they were real and living personages
It is from this longing to see these dragons kick them Lannisters back into Westeros' dark ages, that I found myself picking up the Waking Fire by Anthony Ryan, the international bestselling author of Blood Song, with "dar dar, dar dar dar.. DAR!" Ringing its way through the confines of my skull.
The premise for Harris' Midnight, Texas series sounds like the set-up for a corny joke: a witch, a vampire, a psychic and a couple of angels occupy the same small town and are hoping to stay under the radar. Now Harris throws ghosts and demons into the mix. What's next, gnomes and unicorns?
Finally, there are the ones preparing to step off this world for a while, and onto another come Sunday evening and the new
And there are the academics amongst us who have, quite possibly, forgotten it is after all only a TV show: ‘Game of Thrones
Dark Fantasy has always been my favourite genre. Whether I'm reading or writing, it is a genre I return to again and again
I see now that my understanding of love and the journey I've been on to get where I am today reflect my personality and my inner battles. These may be unique to me, but I share them in the hope some of you can relate.