Author Interview Tahani Nelson

Getting to meet my fellow indie fantasy authors is one of the perks of the job. In this author interview I sat down with Tahani Nelson to talk about her books and latest release due out on November 16th.


  • Hi, Tahani. Tell us a bit about yourself and what inspired you to write?

I’ve always loved fantasy, but growing up I had trouble finding heroines that I could connect with. Women in classic sword and sorcery are often love interests or damsels in distress, and I grew tired of that quickly. Even when I could find books featuring strong, amazing heroines, it never seemed to last for long. You’d get halfway through a story and the protagonist would meet a guy and that would become her sole ambition. Even 14-year-old me couldn’t stand love triangles anymore. So, I started writing all the characters that young me looked for. As it turns out, I wasn’t the only person searching.

  • What appeals to you most about the fantasy genre?

Anything is possible in fantasy. Any creature or world or society you can think of is within reach. There’s magic that can bend the world to your will or twist the very threads of fate. It’s amazing. I love the freedom and magnificence of fantasy and the ability to face real-world issues in new settings. It’s empowering and beautiful.

  • Tell us a little bit about your latest project and the challenges you’ve faced putting it all together? (include release date etc here)

I started the Faoii Chronicles back in 2017 and hit every snag possible in the indie publishing scene. Scams, delays, imposter syndrome and a general lack of knowledge really keep me from hitting my stride for several years. But I have the most amazing army at my back, and together we’ve overcome every obstacle. Now the final book in the series, Faoii Ascended, is releasing on November 16 and I can hardly believe it. It’s been such an honor to tell these stories. I can’t wait to share the end with all of you.

  • What type of characters do you like to write the most and how much of yourself do you put into them?

I specifically write female-led military fantasy and I love it. I love women leading armies and wearing armor that covers all their vital organs. At this point I don’t know how much of myself I’ve put in my characters and how much of who I’ve become is because of them. But I’ve definitely changed in the five years since I began writing. I call my readers the Faoii Army and am honored to lead them. I wear armor to all of my events, readings, and signings. I’ve built something grand from nothing, and I think my characters would be proud… once they stop hating me for everything I’ve put them through.

  • For any wannabe writers out there what’s the most useful thing you’ve learned?

Don’t compare yourself to other authors. Especially the parts of other authors you can see on social media. That’s a fast train to despair.

Listen: There will always be people who write more than you each night or who have more books out or more reviews or higher royalties. Social media accounts are cherry-picked highlights and your rough draft/blooper reels will never compare the way you hope they will. And that’s okay. Because there’s a version of you in the past who never thought you’d get this far. Who would be so amazed if they could see how far you’ve come. They’d be so proud of you.

If you must compare yourself, then focus on that person you were a year ago. Or five. Or ten. You’ve done such amazing things since then. Imagine what Future You will think of Current You if you keep going. I can’t wait to see.

  • What writing tricks do you utilise to hit your deadlines and keep your stories on track?

This is probably going to sound like the opposite of an answer, but I make smaller goals. Tiny goals. Goals that other people laugh at. But I also hit them every single night and that adds up.

I write 200 words a day. That’s it. 200 words. A lot of people think that that’s so small that it shouldn’t matter. I’ve heard many, MANY times that I should be writing thousands of words each night. But those big numbers are intimidating, and often seem impossible. I used to aim for the big word counts. The giant goals. 2,000 words. A 7-book series. A movie deal. Whatever. And often, those giant goals were so intimidating that I wouldn’t even start. So I broke them down. 200 words a night. And I hit it consistently. Sometimes it’s enough to break the dam and I’ll write entire chapters. Sometimes I only hit the 200. But my word count is always better than the 0 it used to be, and this has gotten me through three 100k book and an additional anthology. Small goals work.

  • Are you a plotter or a pantser (make it up as you go)?

Panster. I often don’t even usually know what’s going to happen until three paragraphs after it’s over, and then it’s a surprise for everyone. But I like it, too. I don’t have very much control over my characters. I can only present them to the world around them and then try to keep up as they do their own thing. It makes the writing process a lot of fun, though I often have to erase entire chapters after they get themselves killed.

  • What plans do you have for the future? A new series or perhaps a dip into other genres?

I don’t know what I’m going to do now that the Faoii Chronicles are finished. This series has been at the center of my existence for years now, and I never really considered what would happen when that wasn’t true. I’ve learned a lot about the publishing industry—mostly, that I knew nothing about it before. I might take a break from writing. Or I might start a series about dragons. Who knows? The world—many worlds, actually—are open to me.

  • With the world the way it is at the moment what sort of tales do you prefer? Ones with heroes where good triumphs over evil or ones that take a darker approach?

Both. I like seeing people stand up against demons and societal issues and to watch them drag injustice into the light. I like that idea that maybe things might be okay; that we still have a chance at turning things around. But I also feel like we’ve passed the time of a knight in shining armor slaying a dragon. Our demons have shifted, and they wear our face. Stories have to be darker for us to relate to them, because we live in a darker world. But I also like to see that darkness being banished.

  • What’s better, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings or Star Wars?

I like all of these for different reasons. I think out of the three listed here my favorite would be Lord of the Rings.

Stephen King’s Dark Tower Series is probably my all-time favorite series, however.

Get in contact with Tahani through social media –

http://www.TahaniNelson.com

Facebook.com/TheLastFaoii

Twitter.com/TahaniNelson

Instagram: TahaniNelson

TikTok: TahaniNelson


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The October Update – History, Writing and a Book Sale

Some of you may remember that years ago I wrote a historical fiction novel. My first one in fact! Well, finally after years of being distracted with other genres I am close to finishing book 2.

However, because it’s been years since the first I’ve decided to rewrite it and the new book content to it as well as give it a brand new cover. Behold the new look and soon to be re-released Unconquered: Blood of Kings. (Don’t worry I’m still working on the fantasy stuff too). If you want to be an ARC reader for the book send me an email at matthewolney9@gmail.com and I’ll add you to my growing ARC team.

The new look Unconquered: Blood of Kings will be released later this year!

A Halloween Book Sale

It’s October, which means we’re gearing up for Halloween. To celebrate this spooky time of year I’ve put the Crimson Blade (if you love assassins and evil witches) you’ll love this book on sale for just 0.99p/c from now until the end of the month! Get your copy from the link below.

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SALE! Get the Empowered Ones Boxset for just 0.99p/c until October 1st

Get the first two books and special bonus companion guide of the Empowered Ones Saga for just 0.99p/c until October 1st. 
This boxset is normally priced at 6.99 so do not miss out on this special sale. 
The boxset contains –
The First Fear
The Temple of Arrival
The Empowered Ones companion book

Praise for the Empowered Ones series
‘A thrilling, action packed Fantasy adventure’ – Damien Larkin‘Fans of Sanderson will love this one’ – The Bookwrym speaks
“This was such a great book! LOVED it!!! Highly recommend!” – Amazon reviewer“Really good ideas and a fun read!” – Amazon reviewer “Amazing world building” – Amazon reviewer
“Wow I wasn’t expecting this book to be so good!” – Good Reads reviewer
The First Fear is a gripping, action packed tale” – Good Reads reviewer

“Loved how the magic worked, loved our hero, Elian, can’t wait to read more!” – Good Reads reviewer

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Author Interview: Kimberly Hennessy

It’s been a while since my last author interview, but I hope to get back to posting more of these again! Anyhow, today’s interview is with Kimberly Hennessy, author of She Runs with Wolves.

  • Hi, tell us a bit about yourself and what inspired you to write? My name is Kimberly Hennessy, and as far back as I remember I’ve always been telling stories. Before falling asleep I’d imagine these worlds and rehearse the same snippet over and over in my head. Growing up I loved writing papers, and poems but I didn’t think I could do it as a living. After completing my BSc in psychology, I travelled, did the odd job here in there and realized that I love to write, which is something I could do while raising my children. I started writing screenplays, and after earning my MA in screenwriting I started on my first book. She Runs With Wolves
  • What appeals to you most about the fantasy genre? What fascinates me the most is the possibility.
  • Tell us a little bit about your latest project and the challenges you’ve faced putting it all together? My novel She Runs With Wolves is a scifi\fantasy dystopia. It is a book near and dear to my heart. I wrote a book that I wanted to read, that included woman empowerment, kick ass fight scenes, wolves, Artificial intelligence, and a post-apocalyptical world that needed re-building. The challenges were putting all those ideas together 😉 I joke, but it’s true. I had a good idea of what I wanted, how I wanted the story to flow, and like many writers the beginning and the ending were particularly clear to me, but how to get there was very blurry. I’m not one of those writers that writes a whole book in a single sitting. I add, delete, add some more, and go through that process a thousand times until I have a book. The book is available on amazon.com now.
  • What type of characters do you like to write the most and how much of yourself do you put into them? I’ve noticed from my screenplays, and my last two books, I love to write vulnerable characters, real people that completely unravel and descend into  hell without necessarily finding their way out of that hole, but accepting their fate and composing with that fate.
  • For any wannabe writers out there what’s the most useful thing you’ve learned? That your first draft is not a book. You will re-write that sucker at least twenty more times.
  • What writing tricks do you utilise to hit your deadlines and keep your stories on track? I’ve dubbed myself the Slow Writer. Deadlines aren’t my strong point, but I do make of habit of writing everyday. I use prowritingaid to help me keep my stories lean and the sentences varied, which helps a lot during the editing process.
  • Are you a plotter or a pantser (make it up as you go)? I am a planner, and I love to try and get my whole story down into detailed outline, but often times I’m not sure if an idea works or not until I have worked it out on paper. I will try to stick to my outline, but at some point I let the natural flow of the story evolve otherwise it stunts my creativity and I get writers block.
  • What plans do you have for the future? A new series or perhaps a dip into other genres? I still have to write part 2 of She Runs With Wolves, but I’m also working on a historical fiction under a different pen name set in the early 1900 of Ireland and Canada. I’m also set to write three screenplays this year, so I will be very busy.
  • With the world the way it is at the moment what sort of tales do you prefer? Ones with heroes where good triumphs over evil or ones that take a darker approach? I’m doom and gloom gal. I really love dark stories, and often times I turn to scifi dystopia, but the truth is I love all sorts of books like murder mysteries, rom-com’s, and historical. I turn to these when I want to unplug.
  • What’s better, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings or Star Wars? This is like asking me to choose between my children. They all offer something different. My gut reaction would be Star Wars 1-2-3, but I can’t even tell you the number of times I went to see Lord Of the Rings at the movies (it’s embarrassing) I’m currently re-reading Harry Potter with my son, and rediscovering J.K Rowlings incredible talent.

I love to chat about books, movies, book to screen adaptations and Netflix. People on my newsletter are always quick to talk about some film or other they want to discuss and it’s such an amazing community. https://kimberlythennessy.com/

I post a lot about daily events on my facebook, where again people comment and shoot the breeze with me. Most recently how we can’t wait to see Denis Villeneuve’s Dune. https://www.facebook.com/kimberlyThennessy

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NEW RELEASE – THE CRIMSON BLADE

It’s release day for The Crimson Blade! If you’re a fan of darker fantasy, assassins and criminal underworlds you’ll enjoy this one. Set twenty years before the events of Heir to the Sundered Crown you will discover just who the mysterious Crimson Blades assassins are and how they came to be. Here’s the blurb –

Killers, Murderers, Assassins.

The Crimson Blades strike fear into the hearts of all who cross their path.

When, Vaylin a low born merchant sees his wife and child murdered by the Knights of Niveren for wielding magic, he embarks on a quest for revenge that will cut a bloody swathe through the Kingdom of Delfinnia.

As he embarks on his deadly quest of vengeance, he will be embroiled in the realms criminal underworld and encounter an ancient evil that promises him the power he seeks to enact his bloody retribution.

With the Crimson Blade in hand, Vaylin will become an unstoppable killing machine but in exchange, he must sacrifice everything, including his soul.

Get your copy today in ebook and paperback formats!

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NEW RELEASE – The Empowered Ones Boxset

Hello I hope you’re doing well. Today I have something special to announce, a new book release!

The Empowered Ones boxset includes both books in the series as well as the short companion book and it’s price is actually cheaper than if you buy the books separately. Check out the synopsis of both books below. If the demand is there I will also make it available in paperback and hardback. Let me know if you want physical editions!

—Get the first two books of the action packed fantasy adventure in the Empowered Ones series boxset!

In this world Emotions grant incredible powers.

The Supreme rules the world.

For years, the people of her Imperium have lived in fear. Dreams of freedom are long dead for most. Those that could challenge her are in hiding.

Yet hope remains. Following an incident, Elian, a young man living at the edge of the Imperium, discovers he possesses powers with devastating consequences for both himself and the people he loves.

Forced to flee from the Supreme’s most deadly agent, Elian encounters a ragtag band of resistance fighters and a group of powerful rebels led by a charismatic leader, who believes that the key to overthrowing the Supreme lies in the ancient ruins of the once mighty Kingdom of Aeranyth.

Can Elian survive long enough to develop his newfound abilities and help the rebels turn the tide against the Supreme? Or will he die trying?

The Temple of Arrival

Betrayed.Hunted.

The Liberators defiant stand at the city of Asta has sparked the fires of resistance in the downtrodden people. Slaves, serfs and even members of the aristocracy have risen against the regime and flock to the Liberator banner.

As conflict spreads across the world, the Supreme’s gaze is fixated on Elian more than ever. Reeling from his mentor’s betrayal and battle with the First Fear he is hunted relentlessly by Hollowed and Venerable Chamber Seekers.

The only person who can help Elian is a mysterious Empowered One–who he’s not even sure he can trust. Terrible secrets await. Secrets about himself. Secrets that could herald the end of all things.

Temple of Arrival is the second book in the exciting Empowered Ones fantasy series. If you like action, sprawling battlefields, and power enhanced heroes, then you’ll love this series.

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SPFBO Author Interview: S.D. Howarth

As the SPFBO continues and as the judges start eliminating books at speed I will be interviewing as many entrants as I can regardless of whether they progress to the next rounds. Indie authors need all the good publicity they can get and I am happy to do it. Today I interview S.D. Howarth the author of The Tryphon Odyssey.


  • Hi S.D. Howarth tell us a bit about yourself and what inspired you to write?

I live in East Yorkshire with my wife, children and eternally hungry cats. I bypassed kids books at school and went into adult adventure books and military history. Since then I wanted to write, but deferred it until an enforced break from computer gaming, then looked at seriously working at it after I dinged 40. Then the learning process began.

  • What appeals to you most about the fantasy genre?

The breadth and scope available to play with. You can do something close or offbeat to existing history, or go all out and do your own thing. You can keep it small and local, spread through time, or massively encompassing. Everything is there in the toolbox to play with, and if it isn’t, you can change it so it is, with and without limitation

  • Tell us a little bit about your latest project and the challenges you’ve faced putting it all together?

Mt debut novel The Tryphon Odyssey is available from Amazon from May 2021, and was an entrant in SPFBO7. Worldbuilding was a mix of Civilization & Warcraft gaming inspirations, with archaeological/historical references to keep it grounded as an evolution to ‘What if’. The novel could be described as nautical fantasy in a medieval period, with a few twists due to environmental calamities. The main challenges were a lack of primary sources to the original worldbuilding, once you dig past Christian and much earlier Roman influences in historical accounts, and looking to archaeology instead – where it exists. Then the pounding and evisceration to turn the manuscript into something readable around the day job and children. The duration of that is something you don’t expect, when putting pen to paper.

  • What type of characters do you like to write the most and how much of yourself do you put into them?

People who I can develop and throw into events, or what I’d like to read. Sometimes based off historical individuals – sometimes more inspirational than fiction, or someone who came out of the woodwork and is fun to play around with, particularly when in over their head.

  • For any wannabe writers out there what’s the most useful thing you’ve learned?

Patience. If I can do it, anyone can, but you need to set time aside and work through the fun, the challenge and the frustrations. When time is a challenge, keep chipping away, the greatest source of stress will be yourself adding pressure.

  • What writing tricks do you utilise to hit your deadlines and keep your stories on track?

What deadlines – I’m in the plebite ranks.

  • Are you a plotter or a pantser (make it up as you go)?

Panster, but some structure will kick in to define key events and POV.

  • What plans do you have for the future? A new series or perhaps a dip into other genres? ‘The Tryphon Odyssey’ is the first in a trilogy, with a rough draft for another couple of trilogies, ideas for a prequel origin novel and a standalone side project in The World of Sanctuary. I also have a Steampunk/Flintlock world called Crater, which morphed out of a short story ‘Halidom’ in the Blackest Spells Anthology by Mystique press which I was developing with a few short story ideas.
  • With the world the way it is at the moment what sort of tales do you prefer? Ones with heroes where good triumphs over evil or ones that take a darker approach?

Either, both work for me if entertaining, or have interesting characters or concepts. Something to pique my interest would be the distraction, I’m after as dark hunour can be amusing.

  • What’s better, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings or Star Wars?

Star Wars, the RPG saved the franchise for me in the 90s when it went silly, and the recent trilogy shows what works well, and less well when you only use part of the toolkit, and swap around the tools each film. The recent series and standalone movies resonate with the RPG feel and even with the tropes, they are fun.

(Please include any social media links – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc.)

facebook.com/sd.howarth.79

http://twitter.com/Angry_Cumbrian

www.worldofsancturary.co.uk

Many thanks for your time & good luck with your releases.


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The Summer Sale Continues with The First Fear

Another week is here which means that there’s another book on sale for just 0.99p/c. This time it’s the turn of book 1 of the Empowered Ones series The First Fear. If you love dark fantasy and super powered heroes check it out.

The Supreme rules the world. For years, the people of her Imperium have lived in fear. Dreams of freedom are long dead for most. Those that could challenge her are in hiding.

Yet hope remains.

Following an incident, Elian, a young man living at the edge of the Imperium, discovers he possesses powers with devastating consequences for both himself and the people he loves.

Forced to flee from the Supreme’s most deadly agent, Elian encounters a ragtag band of resistance fighters and a group of powerful rebels led by a charismatic leader, who believes that the key to overthrowing the Supreme lies in the ancient ruins of the once mighty Kingdom of Aeranyth.

Can Elian survive long enough to develop his newfound abilities and help the rebels turn the tide against the Supreme? Or will he die trying?

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Announcing EPIC- The home of Indie Fantasy

Are you a fan of indie fantasy authors and who wants to engage with other readers as well as interact with other fantasy authors? Join the new Facebook group Epic- The home of Indie Fantasy

We’re just getting started so jump in at the start and invite as many of your readers and fellow authors as you can.

Our aim is to reach 150 members by the end of the month. We also plan on launching a new website, competitions as well as regular emagazines filled with stories from contributing authors. 

This is a group founded by myself and fellow indie authors Joe Jackson and Paul Lavendar. We want the group to not just become another front for unscrupalous cabals of authors to use to push their work over and over. No.

Epic is for everyone, both readers and authors alike. We want to spread the word of good indie fantasy, help authors achieve success and for readers to find new exciting books to read.

With creativity seemingly dead in places like Hollywood and with the aversion to anything slightly original or not filled with left wing political activism we want to promote entertainment where someone can truly switch off from the world and genuinely be transported to epic worlds of adventure.

We would be honoured for you to join us.

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SPFBO Author Interview: Anat Eliraz

Today’s special SPFBO interview is with Israeli fantasy author Anat Eliraz who has entered her debut novel Jewels of Smoky Quartz into this year’s competition.


  • Hi Anat, tell us a bit about yourself and what inspired you to write?

Hi! And thank you for the opportunity to take part in this!

I live in Israel, work as a physiotherapist with preterm babies and am a mother of four.

I have written from the early years of primary school. I have more unfinished stories than I can count (I still have all the notebooks!) and many poems and songs.

My inspiration comes from anything I come across. My children, pets, books and movies. Even the news. Though mostly, it would take shape in a fantasy setting.

I was introduced to Dungeons & Dragons in the late 1980’s and that’s when my love for fantasy started.

  • What appeals to you most about the fantasy genre?

I love the fantasy genre for having almost no boundaries. You can soar with your imagination in so many directions.

I see most fantasy stories as allegories to the real life and world.

If you think about many stories, and peel away the magic and dragons- you’re left with events you can find in our own history. Be it discovering a new continent with its people and culture, different revolutions, wars…

It is said mankind doesn’t learn from its own mistakes. Maybe we can learn something from fantasy stories instead.

  • Tell us a little bit about your latest project and the challenges you’ve faced putting it all together?

‘Jewels of Smoky Quartz’ is my debut novel. It was released on the 25th of April, 2021.

The idea itself came to me on a cold December evening in 2018. I sometimes find myself daydreaming ideas, but they move from one to the next every day or two. This time, it just continued to expand and I had to start writing it down so I don’t forget where I started. After the fourth notebook, my kids told me I better just copy it to the computer!

Most of the story was written in less than four months. I had one, not even that important, part that took me three more months to put together. That was the first draft.

I let my sister and sister in law read it and did necessary changes. Then it just ‘sat there’ for almost a year, until the first lockdown. Suddenly, I had free time and started listening to webinars about writing and publishing and decided- why not?!

I really can’t say I had many challenges. The writing itself just came to me. I HAD to write. I would wake up in the middle of the night and had to write.

I could say that the challenge was working during those three months with very little sleep!

Maybe publishing in a non English speaking country made my journey different than what some other authors experience.

  • What type of characters do you like to write the most and how much of yourself do you put into them?

I like sophisticated characters. Most of them have foggy backgrounds.

I used to play such characters in my D&D days.

Readers today want the characters to have depth to them. To have reasons for their actions and beliefs, but also have them make mistakes. It is what makes them ‘real’.

There is some of me in all my characters. After all- I made them and they say or think of the things I wanted them to. How much of me differs from character to character. Some might have more physical traits like mine and others more intellectual.

Or just my ‘I wish’ list!

  • For any wannabe writers out there what’s the most useful thing you’ve learned?

Just write. Maybe a certain scene will be cut out of the final version and maybe another will need extensions.

Don’t look for reasons why not to write. There are plenty. I can write a book about it!

Even if you never publish, if you feel you have something to tell- do it.

I am not a full time author. I will probably never be, either. I love my job! But I love writing, so I also write.

  • What writing tricks do you utilise to hit your deadlines and keep your stories on track?

Ha! I have the best trick ever!

Ready?!

I have no deadlines!!!

Since I don’t have any publishing company on my head, and I didn’t promise anybody anything- my time is mine to spend as I see fit.

As to keeping my story on track (track of correct writing, not deadlines)- once I have my first draft, I check the timeline for all the characters involved. This means the time of day and the logic of how much time passes while things happen. Making sure left and right and all directions stay accurate from all characters pov’s, etc.

  • Are you a plotter or a pantser (make it up as you go)?

100% panster.

I write scenes. I see them like movies in my head and write what happens. There is no order in them. Some won’t make it to the final version of the story. I do have a general idea of the plot, but it can change drastically as I write, by the scenes I come up with. Only much later, will I start putting the scenes together and adding what is needed for them to fit together and make the story.

That’s why in question 6 I said I check the timeline and all the small bits and pieces.

  1. What plans do you have for the future? A new series or perhaps a dip into other genres?

My book can be read as a stand alone, but I left an opening for more (started getting ideas for a sequel). I already wrote seven scenes of the next book.

I also started another fantasy story, that takes place on earth, during WW2.

I never say never, but I like the fantasy genre and don’t see myself writing in another genre any time soon.

  • With the world the way it is at the moment what sort of tales do you prefer? Ones with heroes where good triumphs over evil or ones that take a darker approach?

I don’t usually like the ‘happily ever after’ ending. The world is far from being a ‘bed of roses’. Living in Israel sometimes takes it another step forward.

So it’s not that the bad guys win. Sometimes no one wins. You have to compromise. In a way, it takes some readers by surprise.

  • What’s better, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings or Star Wars?

All. Each in a different way.

Lord of the Rings is somewhat of a pioneer in the fantasy genre, and it deserves its respect.

Star Wars is more sci-fi, but has amazing world(s) building, characters, storyline…

Harry Potter had millions of every age group reading this fantasy that ‘exists’ parallel to the ‘real world’.

They all fascinate generations of people, who read or/and watch the movies, collect related products etc.

They are all timeless!

Look how much the world has changed over the years and these books/ movies don’t lose their shine. And it seems they will continue to intrigue more people in the future.

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https://www.amazon.com/Jewels-Smoky-Quartz-Fantasy-Novel-ebook/dp/B08VNH7KDW

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