Andrew Falconer

Solymár András, translated Andrew Falconer, is a Hungarian writer who enjoys musing over stories and how they're created. His style of writing is a dance on the edge of magical realism and fantasy, always looking for the right pinch of extra to spice things up, but keep things real.

Worldbuilding

Five Essentials of Historical Fantasy

A knight and a witch teaming up to battle a dragon.

Historical fantasy is all about the freedom of fantasy and the unique atmosphere only a past era can provide. Works like Maplecroft and Shades of Milk and Honey let us reimagine history with a fantastical bent. But combining the real with the surreal can be … read more »

Worldbuilding

Choosing a Weapon for Your Hero

Tausug weapons

Every story revolves around some type of conflict, but speculative fiction usually prefers physical fights. Yes, the sword is the queen, and hand-to-hand is king, but why not be a little creative? Let’s dive into the process of choosing the best weapon for your protagonist. Read more »

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