Do authors ever really take a vacation? by Cheryllynn Dyess, FSFNet Correspondent

Do authors ever really take a vacation?

Before we can even begin to answer that question, we must first understand how the creative mind works. Creative minds do things that baffle the world. There are no definitive descriptions or guidelines to diagnose the creative mind in whole. They are, “difficult to pin down, largely because they’re complex, paradoxical and tend read more....

Fantasy and Sci-Fi Book Competitions to keep an eye on by Cheryllynn Dyess, FSFNet Correspondent

When an author sits down to write a book, they put their heart and soul into each word, line, and page. While many do not consider earning high distinctions and awards, they are telling a story that must be told; the books written are an esteemed honor in themselves

Each year, thousands upon thousands of writers and readers watch the read more....

Kasper Interviews Author Jeanette O’Hagan

Heart of the Mountain: A short novella Book Cover Heart of the Mountain: A short novella
Under the Mountain Book
Jeanette O'Hagan
YA Fantasy
By the Light Books
August 2016

Heart of the Mountain is YA Fantasy Adventure in the lost realm under the mountain.

Twins Delvina and Retza’s greatest desire is to be accepted as prentices by their parents’ old crew

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2017 Winter ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge Winners

Each quarter, members of the Fantasy and Science-Fiction Network (FSFNet) participate in a ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge. Members log in their daily written word counts. Not only does seeing their progress encourage them to keep writing, but it also encourages other participants to write more. Here at the FSFNet, we are always encouraging our authors to produce more youth-friendly fantasy and read more....

The 2017 Fantasy and Science Fiction D.E.A.R Event

Drop Everything And Read

Wednesday, April 12, 2017, will be the Drop Everything And Read (D.E.A.R.) event and many of our authors are offering their books at dramatically reduced prices.

The Fantasy and Science-Fiction Network is pleased to support this worthwhile event. We are hosting an all day author interview channel with rotating fantasy and science-fiction authors available to answer questions live on Facebook read more....

What Makes It A Fantasy? By Author Devorah Fox

The bookselling industry requires that publishers and authors categorize their books. That makes sense. Readers in search of something new to read usually know that they’re looking for a mystery, biography, cookbook, etc. They would not at all be pleased to find bookstores, be they brick-and-mortar or electronic, with no more organization than a rummage sale.

While the industry has read more....

Drop Everything and Read 2017 by Cheryllynn Dyess, FSFNet Correspondent

Dragons, fairies, magic, swords, new worlds, and alternate realities, oh my! Escaping into the pages of a book is one of the greatest indulgences a person can have. Beginning in childhood, children are either read to or whisked away to the school library on weekly outings to grab a book and read with their classmates. Beverly Cleary’s books are among read more....

2016 Fall ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge Winners

Each quarter, members of the Fantasy and Science-Fiction Network (FSFNet) participate in a ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge. Members log in their daily written word counts. Not only does seeing their progress encourage them to keep writing, but it also encourages other participants to write more. Here at the FSFNet, we are always encouraging our authors to produce more youth-friendly fantasy and read more....

The 2016 Fantasy & Scifi Network Year End Sale Is Here!

It’s an e-book extravaganza! Look at all these Fantasy and Sci-Fi Bargains to fill your eStockings!

The Fantasy and Sci-Fi Network has gathered eBooks and on December 17th to 31st they are free, 99 cent deals, or deeply discounted from our award-winning and bestselling authors!

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