Tag Archives: Miles Cameron

Giveaway winner! (The Fell Sword giveaway)

The winner of last week’s giveaway is … Erin S. of Denton, TX Congratulations, Erin! Your copy of The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron is on its way, courtesy of the kind folks at Orbit.  And, if you didn’t win … Continue reading

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Giveaway! Enter to win a copy of The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron!

I haven’t exactly been shy about letting the world know that I’m enjoying Miles Cameron’s Traitor Son Cycle tremendously. With the recent release of The Fell Sword, the second book in the series, I thought it’d be a good time … Continue reading

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The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron

Despite some minor misgivings, I absolutely loved Miles Cameron’s debut fantasy novel The Red Knight, the gritty and stirring story of a mercenary company, led by the titular Red Knight, who gets drawn into an epic battle that turns out to … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Miles Cameron: Writing women when you are a man… Or what makes a Queen

When Miles Cameron’s first fantasy novel The Red Knight came out last year, I didn’t exactly make it a secret that I loved the book. Back then, I asked the author (who has, since then, confirmed that he is prolific … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Miles Cameron

For today’s interview, I’m very pleased to welcome Miles Cameron, author of the excellent new fantasy novel The Red Knight (my review). Far Beyond Reality: Hi Miles, thanks for taking the time to do this interview. Since The Red Knight … Continue reading

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The Red Knight by Miles Cameron

The eponymous hero of The Red Knight by Miles Cameron is the leader of a mercenary army that’s just returning to Alba after fighting a campaign abroad. His identity and even his real name are a mystery to most: there … Continue reading

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