Tale as Old As Time: How Fantasy Has Changed

by Courtney Vice We all remember our first fantasy experience. Whether you were binge-reading Tolkien nestled in between the bookshelves at your local library or was fascinated with the mythical world of Harry Potter when you first saw Daniel Radcliffe’s glasses clad face on the big screen, fantasy had a way of slipping a little... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Deities in Fantasy Literature

*Disclaimer: this list is in no particular order. Eru Ilúvatar - Eru is the supreme deity in the Middle Earth mythos. Featured most prominently in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion, Eru is the deity of Creation, the father of the Children (Elves and Men), and king over all lesser “deities” (Ainur). Most interesting fact: Eru is an... Continue Reading →

Review – Marvin’s Curse – Debra J Edwards

This story is about a pretty typical teenage boy.  Seventeen-year old Marvin resents his stepfather, struggles to communicate with his mother, cannot hold a coherent conversation with a female, and is indefatigably determined to do exactly the opposite of his father. Pretty standard, right? Until it isn’t. Marvin has the psychic ability to see ghosts,... Continue Reading →

19 Free Fantasy Reads

Just in time for the Christmas break we've brought you another list of selected fantasy reads, courtesy of Inkitt. This bumper list of 19 titles was compiled by Eleanna as a selection of the fantasy books available. So dig in to the below titles and let us know your thoughts! 1. Token Huntress, a Fantasy/Romance novel... Continue Reading →

Free Fantasy Books from Inkitt

It's time for another selection on Inkitt's very best submitted work. This time we're focusing on some Fantasy books, rather than the Science Fiction of previous posts. Curated by Alex at Inkitt, this is a selection of some of the very best Fantasy on the site. Don't forget, the popularity of a book on the... Continue Reading →

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