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Blogs of Interest

I’ve compiled a list of blog topics related to medieval history, historical fiction, fantasy, fiction writing, or industry news. Here’s a brief rundown: Mark Lord dicusses Medieval Myths about Witchcraft and Sorcery ABC will air an hourlong documentary about the woman behind the boy wizard, “J.K Rowling: A Year in… Read More »Blogs of Interest


WEbook is an online book publishing company that fosters an environment for writers, editors, reviewers, artists, and readers to come together to meet, write and collaborate on works of fiction and non-fiction, short stories, essays, and more. WEbook is a place for creative writing groups, aspiring novelists, and readers who… Read More »WEbook

Name Generators (Includes Medieval and Fantasy Name Generators) – An interesting site with all kinds of random generators, including: Medieval Name Generator Fantasy Name Generator Character Description Generator Place Name Generator City Generator Stronghold Creator Fantasy Place Name Generator Fantasy Novel Titles Plot Twist Generator And more … Some of these could be good starting points for… Read More »Name Generators (Includes Medieval and Fantasy Name Generators)

The Forbidden Library

The Forbidden Library has a list of books that have either been challenged or banned, whether currently or at some point during the past. This list includes novels such as: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer  Cantebury Tales Catcher in the Rye Don Quixote Fahrenheit 451 Grapes of Wrath Hamlet King… Read More »The Forbidden Library

100 Best Novels List

A while back, the Modern Library composed a list of the 100 greatest novels of all-time. Its top ten included: ULYSSES by James Joyce THE GREAT GATSBY by F. Scott Fitzgerald A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN by James Joyce LOLITA by Vladimir Nabokov BRAVE NEW WORLD… Read More »100 Best Novels List

ReadPrint.Com is a free online library, offering thousands of free books for students, teachers, and the classic enthusiast. ReadPrint includes novels, poems, and short stories from authors such as Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Arthur Conan Doyle, Alexandre Dumas, Robert Frost, John Keats, Herman Melville, George Orwell, Edgar Allan Poe, H.G.… Read More »ReadPrint.Com

Updated Bookshelf

I’ve updated my bookshelf with more fiction titles (mostly medieval historical fiction and fantasy titles though others are included), more medieval non-fiction resources, and more writing resources. Please send me your recommendations as well. I’m always eager to read authors I’ve never read before.