Hello all, and welcome to this week’s article for FanFiAddict’s series on Neurodivergence in Fiction. I cannot understate how appreciative I am for the overwhelming amount of support and enthusiasm I have seen for this series of mine; thank you!
Hello everyone and welcome to our latest guest post for the 7th annual Self Published Fantasy Blog Off! I have been working on reaching out to each of the authors who have landed in our batch of books for the competition to see if they would be interested in being interviewed or contributing a guest […]
I do not like labels, I never have. Part of me has always rebelled at them because I am more than a mere word, or a phrase or any other way you want to stick something to me. Another part of me, wanted to hide from them because being different was ‘dangerous’ and threatened to draw a spotlight that I didn’t want for many reasons. But, I WAS different – I just refused to acknowledge it.
Will from Gollancz reached out to David about FanFiAddict joining a reread of The Age of Madness in preparation for the release of The Wisdom of Crowds with our blog specifically covering The Trouble With Peace, Chapters 1-9. Needless to say, I dropped everything I was doing and jumped at the chance to take part.
In An Altar on the Village Green, our narrator, granted by their god the power to respawn on death, journeys to a land that has fallen into supernatural Horror. They will either free those trapped in a cycle of madness and death, or join them forever.