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For the beginning writer, read this in conjunction with his Secrets podcast. Combined they make a great tutorial on how a book is created.Published on December 29, 2013 by John P Butler
the inner machinations of the different factions.when I first started reading this book it seemed slow to get off the ground. Read morePublished on April 22, 2013 by Donald Black
***Spoilers in this review, but nothing too insane since I'm only 200 pages in.***
So far I am about 200+ pages in. Read more
A Secret Atlas is a fantasy tale about a world seven hundred years removed from a magical cataclysm. Read morePublished on September 10, 2010 by Tim Ward
Many, many years ago, I attended a lecture by Michael Stackpole, in which he advanced a theory that any book in a series should form an essentially self-contained novel, so that... Read morePublished on April 14, 2010 by J. Steinmann
Would you learn a new language in order to understand a story?
That's what author Michael Stackpole pretty much requires if you want to read his trilogy of stories,... Read more
(warning contains spoilers for all 3 books)
I enjoyed Stackpole's Star Wars novels a lot. Read more
In the beginning, nothing happens, characters are lackluster and the names bordering on ridiculous. Add to that the constant perspective shifts that work for numerous other... Read morePublished on September 7, 2008 by Avidreader
I'm a big fan of Stackpole's writing. The first book in The Age of Discovery struck me as a bit different than some of this other work. Read morePublished on August 17, 2008 by J. Jenkins