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Apartment 16 was Fantasy Book Review Book of the Month, March 2010 and this is what we said:

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January 28 was #libraryshelfie day. A day to celebrate books, reading and your own precious bookshelves. Here at Fantasy Book Review a bunch of us reviewers got out our camera phones and snapped our pride and joy, the number one bookcase, containing all those books we have read and loved over the years.

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Fantasy author Frank P Ryan has very kindly supplied a guide to how to write a fantasy short story especially for the Fantasy Book Review Short Story Competition 2011. Full of sound advice and tips it is an essential guide for anyone sitting down to write a fantasy short story. You can view and download the PDF by either clicking or on the screenshot below.

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“The imagination of Steven Erikson can only be marveled at as he breathes new life into the fantasy genre with his new ideas and creations. A work of great skill and beauty.” Fantasy Book Review(Hi Melissa, the books divide opinion, with the majority loving them but a minority loathing them. My personal experience has been that the first 4 books were very good but I have to admit to finding book 5 a real struggle. You can see all our Song of Ice and Fire reviews here – Lee @ Fantasy Book Review)Me again with a practical question, as I couldn’t find the answer in the competition description – how are the stories judged? The competition is in association with Swift Publishers so will there be judges from both Fantasy Book Review and Swift Publishers or is it your sole decision?
Thanks,
Amy