Satchels & Swords, Amazonia, and a Dynamic 15-Year-Old Lead Character: Interview with Fantasy Novelist Claudette Marco

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Here’s the thing about fantasy novels: they touch the entire reading public in one way or another. We either love them or stay away, although if we’re being honest with ourselves, we have all been touched profoundly by fantasy stories at some point in our lives.  And still are – ever been to Comic-Con? A Trekkie convention? A Lord of the Rings movie? Or followed a Merlin story? No group of readers is more dedicated to their genre than fantasy readers. Why? Because the stories truly take us out of our world – and the craftsmanship involved in creating those adventures, predicaments and characters is expert.

ClaudetteMarco1Which is why Claudette Marco is well on her way to becoming a top-flight fantasy novelist. In her Satchel & Sword Trilogy, she has created a captivating world, some elements derived from 14th century Scotland, Central America, and…

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2 thoughts on “Satchels & Swords, Amazonia, and a Dynamic 15-Year-Old Lead Character: Interview with Fantasy Novelist Claudette Marco

  1. Trialynne — this looks nice on your site — only you didn’t contact me for permission to reblog. Everything I put up is copywritten. I definitely don’t mind you reblogging, but in future, could you please ask for my permission? I would never reblog someone’s blog without asking. It’s common courtesy. Thank you, Bob Yehling

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    • I apologize if me sharing the post offended you. Never have I asked in the past to reblog because it’s a part of my website called Around The Blogosphere, which helps me direct readers to other blogs. However, you will not have to worry about a reblog in the future without your knowledge.

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