Calling all Sword and Sorcery fans!

Calling all Sword and Sorcery fans!

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Open call to all you Sword and Sorcery types out there!

Are you a author, artist, blogger, game creator, or just a really big fan of S&S? I want to hear from you!

I am looking for contributors, you know people that would like to do a guest blog post, write an article, write a guest review, spotlight their art or other creative endeavors. I would like to provide you a platform to get the word out on your S&S project or maybe just your love of the sub-genre. I am not talking free advertising, you have to do a little work here. So lets work together bloggers share and share alike, lets team up! I want to get my blog out to more people and so do you. Most important, I want to share all I can and let as many people as I can know about all the…

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My Review of The Last Dragon Slayer

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The Last Dragon Slayer - Martyn Stanley

The Last Dragon Slayer by Martyn Stanley is the first book in the Deathsworn Arc series. Saul Karza is a wizard tasked with finding and killing a Noble Dragon. He is aided by two immigrants and a dwarf, but acquire the help of an elf and a dark elf along the way.

 

This story was good, but it could have used a bit of editing. I became invested in the characters as the story unfolded. It was a slow paced tale until the end, but overall a decent story.

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My Review of Her Father’s Fugitive Throne

Review:

Her Father's Fugitive Throne (Song of the Worlds) (Volume 3) - Brandon Barr

Her Father’s Fugitive Throne by Brandon Barr is the third installment in the Song of the Worlds series.

 

This story picks up where the second book ends, and I have to say that I am hooked on Brandon’s storytelling. It is by far one of the best series that I have ever read. I am so looking forward to more in this series!

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My Review of The Bridge Beyond Her World

Review:

The Bridge Beyond Her World (The Boy and the Beast) (Volume 2) - Brandon Barr

The Bridge Beyond Her World by Brandon Barr is the second installment of the Song of the Worlds series.

 

This story picks up where the first book ends. I was not expecting as much sci-fi elements, but it actually worked quite well within the story. Such excellent storytelling, Brandon has given me a new appreciation for genre mixing. This is such a well thought out and executed tale that, I have to say, it is one of the best stories I have ever read.

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My Review of Her Dangerous Visions

Review:

Her Dangerous Visions (The Boy and the Beast) (Volume 1) - Brandon Barr

Her Dangerous Visions by Brandon Barr is the first book in the Song of the Worlds series. This is a story of two women from two different worlds. We follow each woman on their quest to find their true destiny.

 

I loved the characters. They were so well fleshed out that I was drawn into their worlds. The world building is incredible. I found certain parts of this story to be disturbing, but it just added to the intrigue.

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My Review of A Keeper’s Tale: The Story of Tomkin and the Dragon

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A Keeper's Tale: The Story of Tomkin and the Dragon - T.J. Andrews

A Keeper’s Tale: The Story of Tomkin and the Dragon by J.A. Andrews is a story about Tomkin Thornhewn, and his boredom with his role in life. He decides to seek out a dragon he heard tale of.

 

This is a wonderful story of courage and romance. I loved the way Andrews told this story. I was sucked in from the start. I’ll definitely be reading more of her work.

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The Most Important Interview of All Time (EVER) Pt. 2, with Michael R. Fletcher and Mighty Thor JRS

The Most Important Interview of All Time (EVER) Pt. 2, with Michael R. Fletcher and Mighty Thor JRS

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THE MOST IMPORTANT INTERVIEW of All Time (EVER) – PART TWO

with Michael R. Fletcher and Mighty Thor JRS (James Schmidt)

No doubt you all clearly remember when THE MIGHTY THOR and I broke all the rules and summoned the gods of chaos and brought the world to the brink of destruction by changing the paradigm and having the writery thing (that’s me) review the bloggery thing (that’s him). Well, it’s time to once again tempt fate!

In case you don’t remember part one can be found here:

 The Most Important Interview of All Time, with Michael R. Fletcher and mightythorjrs.

What follows is a transcript of the interview. Extraneous umm and ahhs have been left out to make me sound smarter than I am. The interview took place in a Great Hall populated by the dead. Mostly they were eating and drinking excessively and talking about how they got…

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Definitive Sword and Sorcery: Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser by Fritz Leiber

Definitive Sword and Sorcery: Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser by Fritz Leiber

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Welcome to my new series of post I am doing here on Mighty Thor JRS, Definitive Sword and Sorcery. At least what is definitive in my opinion. I will spotlight some of the best authors and books fantasy has ever known. I can’t wait to share these amazing books, authors, and the amazing cover art and artist. For my third post I am going to go with Fritz Leiber and his Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser stories. You do know Mr. Leiber is credited with coining the term “Sword and Sorcery” right? Of course you did! He was a true master.

As I become more and more disenchanted with modern fantasy and modern fantasy authors, I find myself going back to the books and authors that got me into fantasy in the first place. So I decided to shed some light on these books and authors. I am going…

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Definitive Sword and Sorcery: Elric by Michael Moorcock

Definitive Sword and Sorcery: Elric by Michael Moorcock

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This is the second in a new series of post I am going to try here on Mighty Thor JRS, Definitive Sword and Sorcery. At least what is definitive in my opinion. I will spotlight some of the best authors and books fantasy has ever known. I can’t wait to share these amazing books, authors, and the amazing cover art and artist. For my second post I am going to go with Michael Moorcock and his Elric stories.

As I become more and more disenchanted with modern fantasy and modern fantasy authors, I find myself going back to the books and authors that got me into fantasy in the first place. So I decided to shed some light on these books and authors. I am going to try and do this on a weekly/monthly basis but we will see how it goes.

If you have some comments, suggestions, recommendations…

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