I noticed while writing about each of these settings that they all lend pretty well to mystery and not being able to tell what is around you. I'm not quite sure why that air of mystery works so well for creating an intriguing fantasy setting.
I've been wanting to make a post like this for a loooong time and I've definitely vented about it on Twitter before, but I finally did some research and got some very loose evidence to show what I'm talking about. The question I'm trying to answer today is: why do some adult fantasy books consistently get wrongly categorized as young adult?
I thought it would be fun to show some love to fantasy maps today! Some of these I like for the style and some I like for the design of the land itself.
I thought it would be fun to make a list of every series I'm reading! It actually was quite informative: I'm reading three series with backlist books, and 20 series that I am waiting for more books to be published. I was afraid that both of these numbers would be way higher, but at the same time, I didn't realize that I was in the middle of that many series.
Hi! So I recently said that I wanted to include content warnings in every book that I review after adding them to my review for The Family Upstairs. This has always been an important issue to me, because I have been blindsided by content that I wasn't expecting and could have prepared myself for if I had known about it.