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.

Dancer
ARTICLES, Celebrations, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Literary Poetry, Poetry

Queen Mary and the Grapes of Purification – A Poem

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… Continue reading Queen Mary and the Grapes of Purification – A Poem

Aesop, ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fables/ Folklore, Novels & Series

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Children are taught to never “cry wolf” when making false claims, yet until they are explained, or the wrongs are pointed out to the child. In the story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf by Aesop, the child lacks understanding of the consequences of taking up someone’s time when there is nothing wrong. Aesop is famous for having morals to his fables hoping to teach others a valuable lesson through storytelling.

ARTICLES, Fantasy, Novels & Series, writing

Words are Magic in the Hands of the Right Spellcaster

If you’re an author in the fantasy realm or a business owner of deliciously dark products or services, you already know the power of creativity. You create your thing, whether it’s a book, comic, sculpture, jewelry or art piece, because that’s what you love to do. Because that’s what you’re good at. Because that’s what you were born to do.

ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Fantasy Creatures, Gods/ Goddesses, Literary Poetry, Luna Nyx Frost, Monsters, Poetry

Medusa – A Poem

Luna has been writing for the last twenty years. Her inspiration mostly comes from nature, ancient history and classic literature. But she has also looked up to the great work of poets such as Edgar Allen Poe and Emily Dickens. Because her passion for writing and reading doesn’t stop at sonnets and novels,

John C. Mannone - Ursa Major
ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Literary Poetry, Poetry

Ursa Major – A Poem

I was fortunate to meet John C. Mannone though the Facebook group, Science Fiction and Poetry Association (SFPA) and he has ben a supportive mentor ever since. Being an author that is still trying to get their name out there can be intimidating. And John has been kind enough to offer me his advice after being published in numerous publications. I wanted to repay his generous guidance but highlighting one of his poems entitled Ursa Major.

ARTICLES, Fantasy, Luna Nyx Frost, Novels & Series, Reviews

A Love Letter to The Phantom of the Opera

Is a man born a monster or is he created through his trials in life? Should a person that is labelled a genius allowed to run uncheck inside a phantom house forcing others to do his bidding? Susan Kay’s Phantom reveals the story behind the mask revealing the story of the Phantom of the Opera and how he ended up as Christine’s Angel of Music.

ARTICLES, Fantasy, Fantasy Creatures, Gods/ Goddesses, Monsters, Novels & Series

Fables and Fabrications Book Review

Jan Edwards was born in Sussex, despite her thoroughly Celtic parentage, Jan is currently living in Staffs Moorlands with three cats and husband, Peter Coleborn. In addition to being a writer, she is also a Reiki Master teacher and meditational healer and has been Master Locksmith, motorcycle seller, bookseller, civil servant, ostler, market gardener, and librarian.

ARTICLES, Cartoons, Film, Luna Nyx Frost, Novels & Series

Coraline Review

There is a belief that the spirit of a child can create the most powerful magic in the world. In Coraline, a seamstress uses soul energy from children to keep herself and her portal realm in existence. The portal world is a paradise for children, yet we all know that nothing is perfect. If it is than it’s a fake hiding a darker threat behind the facade.