Alice Renaud: A Merman's Choice
Alice Renaud, ARTICLES, Authors, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Mermaids, Novels & Series

A Merman’s Choice by Alice Renaud

It can sometimes be difficult to find books that you are interested in without them being featured on a bestsellers list. One successful method is by finding new novels and authors by word of mouth or through networking. I was fortunate enough to come across Alice Rebaud novel A Merman’s Choice for others unfamiliar with her work to check them out.

T.L. Christianson
ARTICLES, Authors, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Monsters, Novels & Series, writing

Shades of Red Series by T.L. Christianson

It can sometimes be difficult to find books that you are interested in without them being featured on a bestsellers list. One successful method is by finding new novels and authors by word of mouth or through networking. I was fortunate enough to come across T.L. Christianson series Shades of Red along with her other works for others unfamiliar with her work to check them out.

ARTICLES, Authors, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Novels & Series, writing

Shadowing the Light by Miranda Turner

It can sometimes be difficult to find books that you are interested in without them being featured on a bestsellers list. One successful method, is by finding new novels and authors by word of mouth or through networking. I was fortunate enough to come across Miranda Turner's novel, Shadowing the Light and wanted others to give it a chance.

Mortal Engines
ARTICLES, Fantasy, Film, Novels & Series, Reviews, Winter Lawrence, writing

Mortal Engines – Film Review

What do you think is best, to watch a film based on a book first, or read the source material? I was elated to watch Mortal Engines, a film adapted from the Mortal Engines series written by Henry Keazor. The dystopian fantasy was exquisitely brought to the big screen despite skeptics of the film. Read on to see what I thought of the underestimated film.

And Nobody Lived Happily Ever After by Kate Farrell
Andrew Darlington, ARTICLES, Fantasy, Novels & Series, Reviews

And Nobody Lived Happily Ever After by Kate Farrell

Are you looking for a new anthology of craftly, well-written short-stories, than check out And Nobody Lived Happily Ever After by Kate Farrell, a diverse anthology of her work, showcasing her skill as a writer, clearly influenced by grim, gritting storytelling featured in horror and in her other works. I found myself intrigued by the dark themes expressed in the different stories, flawlessly transitioning from one point of view to the next.

Hansel and Gretel
ARTICLES, Fables/ Folklore, Fantasy, Fantasy Creatures, Luna Nyx Frost, Novels & Series, The Brothers' Grimm, witches

Hansel and Gretel

Many grew up hearing the tale of Hansel and Gretel and the candy cottage they discover in the woods. The story comes from Germany and was written down by the Brothers’ Grimm. The tale shows how resourceful children can be and what they will do to stay alive. The story also tells how the brothers see witches and stepmothers.

ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fables/ Folklore, Fantasy, Pixar

The Stars of the Ocean

While watching Finding Nemo, I was intrigued by the introverted but bubbly star fish, named Peach. Unlike the other marine creature’s inhabitation in the fish tank with Peach, she was the only creature that seemed content with their environment. I first saw Finding Nemo, with Luna, she knew how much I loved creatures that live under the sea.

centaur
ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, nintendo, Poetry, Video Games

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wilds – Game Review

The Legend of Zelda published by Nintendo and created by Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka in 1986. The series follows the hero Link, and his quest to rescue Princess Zelda from Ganon or also known as Ganondorf. Link must travel through the kingdom of Hyrule to collect the pieces of the triforce to summon the wisdom, courage, and power to defeat Ganon. Below is my intimal reaction to seeing the 2016 E3 trailer of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wilds.

Author - Michael Claffey
ARTICLES, Fantasy, Michael Claffey

New Breath Upon an Icy Dawn

For an author it’s important to build a network filled with readers, fellow authors, and publishers to help get your work out there. Part of the vision of Our Fantasy Realm, is to support fellow writers by promoting their work and helping them establish a positive network. By surrounding yourself with a supportive network helps offer you the confidence to believe your art means something to the world.

yule log
ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Novels & Series

Kiss of the Flame by Amber Sewell

Amber Sewell is an upcoming author. Currently she has a story that is being written called Kiss of the Flame. This is a tale about a midwife who finds herself being accused of witchcraft, by the very people that she had for generations nursed back to health during times of grave illnesses, due to a series of events and betrayals. This tale will transport its readers back to a time when being different could invite the fury of one’s neighbors, and even cost you your very life.