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Ruth Karas an Interview
I was raised in Texas, but call Los Angeles my home. The Crystal Rose is my first novel. I was inspired by my young daughter’s love of dragons, which lead me to write a book about a young woman who becomes a sorceress and enjoys the company of dragons. ~~ Ruth Karas

The Crystal Rose a Review
The Crystal Rose by Ruth Karas is a middle-reader young adult fantasy novel about a damsel, the heir to the kingdom, a wizard, and two really terrific dragons.

Spying on Gods by David Barnett a Review
Want to read a really dark fantasy with a detailed universe, interwoven characters and an evil god that you actually feel sorry for – sort of? I have the book for you! Spying on Gods by David Barnett.

Field of Fantasies book review
Review of the book Field of Fantasies - Baseball Stories of the Strange and Supernatural edited by Rick Wilber

Stacey Costas – book review
Stacey Costas Vampire (slash) Job Hunter by Tracy Zielinski is an e-book Urban Fantasy series which follows Stacey Costas through his many adventures in trying to get back into the world of the employed.

CreativeCon
CreativeCon - science fiction, fantasy and comic book convention in Panama City, Florida.

Michele Wallace Capanelli
Interview with New York Times Best-selling author Michele Wallace Capanelli

Allan Yoskowitz
Interview with co-author of Science Fiction book Codename: Winterborn.

Jack Maddox Interview
feature a lot of monsters, but also characters living on foodstamps, who've lost loved ones, are in good or bad marriages...I firmly believe that keeping a fantasy tale's feet on the ground makes it accessible for everyone.”

Frank Cavallo interview
Frank Cavallo says, “I’m not much of a believer in religion or faith – however, I am interested very deeply in how those two things shape our lives. I don’t pretend to know the answers to any of the big questions, but for just that reason I’m endlessly fascinated with the uncertainty of it all.”

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