Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors Anthony Ryan, Krystle Matar, Michael R. Fletcher, Jessica Moon and Ben Galley as they compare and contrast traditional, indie and self-publishing. During the panel they discuss the viability of each publishing avenue, misconceptions about them, finding an agent, cover art and design, the editing process, distribution and marketing and much more. DISCLAIMER: This discussion is specifically about fantasy and sci-fi publishing.
Join FanFiAddict’s Adrian M. Gibson and author Krystle Matar for a chat about her writing journey, Legacy of the Brightwash, themes of parenting, identity, corrupt institutions and colonization, the self-published fantasy community, their shared loves of both Anthony Bourdain and Michael Pollan and much more.
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and FanFiAddict’s Tom Harnett as they chat with authors Andrea Stewart, Krystle Matar and Angela Boord about food in fantasy. During the panel they dish on food, family and culture, incorporating food into fictional worldbuilding, food tropes and pet peeves in fantasy and much more.
Legacy of the Brightwash takes you on a journey, the characters you meet at the start of the book go through huge emotional and moral changes throughout the course of the novel. It is such an amazing thing to read. Krystle Matar has managed to craft and develop so much in the course of just one book.
Welcome to FanFiAddict’s stop on the book tour for Krystle Matar’s Legacy of the Brightwash (Tainted Dominion #1). We want to thank Justine & Timy @ Storytellers on Tour for letting us be involved and a big shoutout to Krystle on her new release!
Welcome to FanFiAddict’s monthly klaxon horn sounding to draw your attention toward a few Science Fiction and Fantasy releases we think you should keep an eye on. They are listed alphabetically as well as by release date, so a book appearing higher or lower on this list than you expected it to has no relative bearing on our hype-levels nor our expectation of quality. Now, without further ado, strap yourselves in tight, we’re looking to the future (and the future is bright.)