Fantastical Blog Hop & Giveaway


Fantasy Books, Games and Movies

I've always loved fantasy, ever since I read the Narnia series of books as a child. Being very shy and introverted, I didn't mix with others much and books were my escape. I could go on visits to distant faraway lands, some real, some fantastical, but I loved them all.

Fantasy books still take up a whole lot of my bookshelves and recently I've been enjoying fantasy role playing games as well. My husband didn't know what he started when one year for my birthday he bought be Dragon Quest: Journey of the Cursed King. He knew I liked fantasy so he thought I would like the game, he was right. I was hooked and sought out other fantasy games.

My husband didn't understand the appeal of these types of games. He likes the racing ones where you can play over and over again to try and beat your latest time. But I do play my fantasy games over and over again, not just once :) It's like being in a fantasy story where you are the hero and get to do things. I'm not very good yet, I play on the causal option if there is one.



Fenris
I'm enjoying playing Dragon Age II at the moment and one of my favourite aspects is you can play as a man or a woman, and you can romance either male or female characters too. I'm playing as a male mage Hawke and romancing Fenris, an male elf who was once a slave. I've seen it said that a lot of people don't like Fenris and he was only fangirl bait. Well, I must be a fangirl then, I love his character. And I have to admit I love the angst.

My favourite fantasy films hands down are the Lord of the Rings trilogy, I can't even admit how many times I've seen them, triple figures anyway. My husband, knowing how much a fan I was, surprised me one Valentine's Day with an arthouse cinema showing all three films back to back a few years after they were first out. I've read the books, but I do prefer the films. I've certainly watched those more than I've read the books.

And don't forget if you want to win some fantasy books and a gift card to visit the main page here:
http://indiebloghops.blogspot.co.uk/

Be sure to visit the other author pages in the hop, you never know what you might win!

The prize for visiting my blog is an ebook copy of Drowning Rapunzel to 2 lucky winners  - suspense with some romance and some paranormal elements :)


The book at amazon

Recently released from a mental institution, Beth Gregory accepts a job as a live-in secretary/PA to reclusive painter Josh Warrington. Beth's lond red hair fascinates him from the first moment he sees her and Josh wants her to be his Rapunzel for a series of fairy tale paintings he's working on.

Beth as to major fears: that she will be sent back to the mental hospital and the visions which landed here there in the first place will return. They do; this times giving her glimpses of murders before they happen. Beth becomes the main suspect in the murder investigation and then she has the most disturbing vision of all: she will become the next victim...



Just leave your name and email on the comments to be in with a chance to win.



3 comments:

CinnaMom said...

I am a LoTR movie fan as well, but I have read the books several times....I am gonna have to give your books a more in depth look as I am always willing to try a new author....Lori Myers, infarmgirl@gmail.com

Annette Gisby said...

Congratulations, Lori, you've won Drowning Rapunzel :)

I'll email it to you :)

Karen Lloyd said...

I love litr and have read them many times. I've also seen the films on numerous occasions. My husband also can't understand why I love scifi and fantasy, however 3 of my 4 sons also love it so I have someone to take me to the flicks to watch this stuff :-) Our favourite author though is Terry Pratchett

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