Reclaiming Norse Mythology from the Nazis by Ian Stuart Sharpe

It is one of the most iconic scenes in modern cinematic history:  Indiana Jones is in a desperate race against the Nazis, a lone hero battling against the entire German war machine to prevent an ancient artefact of immense power from falling into the wrong hands. Of...

Interview with Ian Stuart Sharpe, Author of The All Father Paradox!

Q: What made you write The All Father Paradox? Ian Stuart Sharpe: I think it was preordained. Not in a crazy way, you understand. You just learn to spot the signs, to realize that something is off-kilter. For example, in the year 793AD, according to the Anglo-Saxon...

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THE ALL FATHER PARADOX Releases in October!

THE ALL FATHER PARADOX by Ian Stuart Sharpe Coming in October! What if an ancient god escaped his fate…and history was thrown to the wolves? Churchwarden Michaels thought it was just a run-of-the-mill crazy old man who stood in the graveyard, hellbent on studying the...

HATH NO FURY Has Hit the Shelves and E-Readers!

Mother. Warrior. Caregiver. Wife. Lover. Survivor. Trickster. Heroine. Leader.   This anthology features 21 stories and six essays about women who defy genre stereotypes. Here, it’s not the hero who acts while the heroine waits to be rescued; Hath No Fury’s women...


ANNOUNCEMENT Official summary of ALL FATHER PARADOX along with color cover illustration! What if an ancient god escaped his fate…and history was thrown to the wolves? Churchwarden Michaels thought it was just a run-of-the-mill crazy old man who stood in the graveyard,...

Announcement: New Comic Coming from Outland Entertainment!

ANNOUNCEMENT: Announcing Riddle of the Loremaster, an all new original comic series written by Melanie R. Meadors, with art by Nicolás Giacondino! Here is a sneak peek at some of the promo art: Riddle of the Loremaster is a comic for mature readers set in a fantasy...

Women in Dark Fantasy Have Changed by Linda Robertson

In doing a bit of research looking for a dark-fantasy-related topic for this article, I sought something that I knew at least a bit about, something I felt strongly about, and something where I could add meaningfully to the conversation. Many things were considered,...

Alethea Kontis on Imposter Syndrome

Earlier this year, I met the only student Katy Kellgren ever had. He told me he just about had to bully her into being his teacher. This amazing, multiple award-winning voice actress with hundreds of audiobooks under her belt truly didn’t believe she knew anything...

Announcements: HATH NO FURY Has Arrived in the US!

Backers of the paperback and hardcover editions of Hath No Fury will be happy to learn that the books have arrived at the printer's headquarters in Chicago! Now, they just need to be sent to our head honcho Jeremy Mohler, and then they will be sent out to backers...


Increased UFO sightings and the disappearance of Alloy/Mark and Swift have Dragonfire on edge and doubting themselves.

Maire — Senses energy and lay lines, she possesses magic powers. She has a full head of dark hair and is part of the Dragonfire group.

Kohl — Winged and buff hero with flowing blonde hair who is part of the Dragonfire group.

Alloy (Mark) — Built with a short flattop hairstyle, he has bionic arms and legs. He is considered the least intelligent member of Dragonfire.

Kamakazi — The other female member of Dragonfire. She battles with a sword and wears her hair pulled back with a forehead curl.

Swift — African American, with curls on top of his head and the sides shaved. He is part of the Dragonring and has a crush on Gennin.

Simon — Blonde with glasses, the young boy is the nephew of Professor Stringfellow, who doesn’t know he is gay. Part of the Dragonring, he can mind travel.

Neji — A gay youth with a crush on Simon. He lives about Gennin’s ballet school and is part of the Dragonring.

Lee — Sarcastic with a slightly cruel sense of humor, he is part of the Dragonring.

Professor Stringfellow —A middle-aged man with a beard who cares for his brother’s on Simon. He works for the government and is homophobic. He decides to join Dragonfire as Tower, offering his own skills obtained through science.

Homer Bently — A former military man, who is an old friend of Kohl’s.

The Canadian Shield — A superhero Dragonfire has brought in from Canada for assistance. Wears a maple leaf on his chest and headcover.