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World War Kaiju Project By Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy

I’m a regular listener to the Adventures in Sci-Fi Publishing podcast and often I keep my ears alert for new books and projects that the Legendarium Media audience might find interesting. On one particular show, I first heard about the World War Kaiju graphic novel by Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy. I wrote a short article about it some months ...

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Ten New Fantasy Books to read in 2014

Earlier this week Neil Gaiman and wife Amanda Palmer called on their fellow authors to actively support independent bookstores. In honor of their quest, here are five great fantasy books that came out this summer that you can pick up at your local bookstore today and five titles that you can’t miss out on this fall. Support your local booksellers ...

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Rare Tolkien Reprints Now Available!

So you are probably looking at your bookshelf thinking, “I have a really nice collection of Tolkien works.”  You may even have a few first editions in there which cost you a pretty penny (hey, why do you have TWO kidneys anyway?). The Tolkien bookstore is now offering some neat additions for your library. The online Tolkien bookshop is now reprinting rare ...

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Go Inside the Empire with Star Wars: Imperial Handbook

Star Wars fans have been able to get an (oftentimes humorous) inside look at groups like the Jedi and Sith with The Jedi Path and Book of Sith, but now for the first time you can go behind-the-scenes of the Galactic Empire with the newly-announced Imperial Handbook. “Imperial Handbook continues the legacy of Star Wars books originating within the universe. This ...

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Star Wars: A New Dawn Audio Excerpt

If you can’t wait until October to hear Vanessa Marshall give voice to Rebel pilot Hera Sydulla, check out this audio excerpt from Entertainment Weekly of the voice actress reading a passage from John Jackson Miller’s recently-released Star Wars: A New Dawn!     (By the way, the book is AMAZING so far!) About Reporter Michelle Lawhorn: Michelle, a.k.a. Stormraven, ...

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Synopsis for Asajj Ventress Star Wars Novel Revealed

We don’t have a title yet, but we do have the synopsis and release date for the recently-announced Star Wars novel featuring Asajj Ventress and Quinlan Vos. Check it out! “The last story never told in The Clone Wars television saga: A tale of trust, betrayal, love, and evil starring the hugely popular ex-Sith/never-Jedi female bounty hunter, Asajj Ventress! A ...

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New Podcast on The Heart of Light!

Just recently, I caught up with author and scholar Charlie Starr to conduct an interview with him about The Heart of Light. Last week, I posted a dazzling review of the book, which has war, love, betrayal and all the great stuff that keeps you turning a page! Here is a link to the podcast from All About Jack:  http://essentialcslewis.com/2014/08/11/the-heart-of-light-dr-charlie-starr/ ...

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Book Review: Charlie Starr’s The Heart of Light

Science Fiction in the Vein of C.S. Lewis… Crystal Hurd You don’t have to take my word for it. Good book reviews should probably be dispassionate, objective, critical. But when a book not only grabs your intellect but keeps you up into the wee hours to see how it’s going to end, you have to lay your cards on the ...

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Daniel Radcliffe Grows Horns

Despite the fact that Daniel Radcliffe is doomed to always be Harry Potter in the minds and hearts of many, he’s still doing a remarkable job of creative a diverse and interesting body of work. We already wrote about his upcoming romantic comedy, ‘What If,’ and many know about his turns on the stage (notably when he bared it all ...

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Star Wars: Is the EU Really Gone?

Ever since Disney and the Lucasfilm Story Group announced that the already-existing Expanded Universe would be rebranded as “Legends” and no longer continued as it was, many Star Wars fans have taken the news especially hard. They blame Disney for “killing the EU” and invalidating the stories that many spent years reading and re-reading in favor of stifling a franchise ...

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