Fantasy Master List

Spotlight: Danger at Dunhaven Castle: A Cate Kensie Mystery by Nellie H. Steele

Frightening nightmares.Aberrations in time.Who is haunting Cate’s nightmares? Months after solving two mysteries involving her ancestors, time-traveling, castle-dwelling Countess, Lady Catherine Kensie, still suffers from haunting nightmares. Chased by a mysterious man, Cate ponders who could be haunting her dreams and disturbing her sleep. She’s also smack dab in the middle of a brand-new research…

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A Conversation with Author Sarah E. Burr

What inspired the idea for your book?  I began writing You Can’t Candle the Truth when we first went into lockdown. Like so many people, I was really looking for a means of escape, but I was also looking to create something I’d never explored before as a writer, which was a paranormal mystery. My…

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A Conversation with Princess Latifa of Destiny Falls

Hello Princess Latifa, welcome to IRWYW. It is no secret that cats enjoy sleeping the afternoon away in the warm sunshine. We appreciate you taking time from your catnap to talk with us. I know our readers are looking forward to getting to know you better. Can you tell us a bit about yourself and…

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A Conversation with Author Helen Power

What does it mean to be called an author? Find out here To Be Called An Author… What inspired the idea for your book? The idea originally came to me in a dream. I was a ghost tethered to my death spot, an elevator, and I could only visit the adjacent apartments. Every time the…

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Giveaway: Dark Secrets by P. Sawyer

Dark SecretsA Children of Chaos Novellaby P. SawyerGenre: YA Paranormal Eight months after learning about who she was, Sage Pope has adjusted to life as a teenage witch- as much as she can. Continuing to learn and control her powers, learning about her family, and maintaining as much of a normal childhood as possible with…

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QandA with Author Rachel Rossano

How do you find time to write as a parent? When my kids were young, naptimes and bedtime were my writing time. Now that I have pre-teens and teens, they are old enough to respect my need for writing time. I announce when I will be writing that day and then enforce only an emergency…

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QandA with Author Joe Powers

Do you write one book at a time or do you have several going at a time? I will sometimes have more than one on the go at the same time, but that generally means I’ve put one aside for the time being and am working exclusively on another one. I don’t actively work on…

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Read an Excerpt: The Marshal’s Lady by Josie Malone

I haven’t read this series yet, but after finishing book 3, I have to admit I do intend to. Detective Bethany Chambers is on the trail of a ruthless killer. Little does she know where that trail is going to lead. Take a pinch of  paranormal, add  the cowboy and hard core mystery genres, mix…

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QandA with Author Kateri Stanley

Can you, for those who don’t know you already, tell something about yourself and how you became an author? / What is something unique/quirky about you? Hi there. I’m Kateri Stanley, a fiction writer from the West Midlands, in the United Kingdom. Like most writers, I started creating as a kid, scribbling characters that would…

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Guest Post: Writer’s block. It’s real, folks. by Casia Pickering

Writer’s block. It’s real, folks. Seriously. Take right this moment as an example. I wanted to sound pretentious, informative, and intellectual, permitted to sit among the greats, but really, I’m just me- a writer with the block. The block is called “The Guest Post.” For me, I dislike calling it a block. A block feels…

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