Ship of Fools

When a run in with highwaymen leave them poor, Erstwhyle, a satyr, and his “fool” companions travel to Castle Crydon…

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Write that Novel

Drawing from over three decades of experience and success in the fiction writing market, New York Times Bestselling author David…

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Ashes and Starlight

Excerpt from an upcoming book in the Runelords universe, 800 years before the original series, and sequel to Barbarians.

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On My Way to Paradise

Here is a powerful first novel, at once disturbing and compelling–the chronicle of one man’s odyssey of self-discovery within a…

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Path of the Crushed Heart (Book Four)

Catching the serpents was only the beginning. Before Tull can lead his people to freedom, Tull must first free himself…

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Blade Kin (Book Three)

Catching the serpents was only the beginning. Before Tull can lead his people to freedom, Tull must first free himself…

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Serpent Catch (Book Two)

Long ago Earth’s paleobiologists established the planet Anee as a vast storehouse of extinct species, each continent home to life…

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Spirit Walker (Book One)

Long ago Earth’s paleobiologists established the planet Anee as a vast storehouse of extinct species, each continent home to life…

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Blockbuster Book Signings

Blockbuster Book Signings will tell you everything you need to know to make your signings a success. This insightful book…

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Skyfish

Henretta Bloom hates everyone. If she doesn’t hate you now, she soon will. This award-winning story is one of David…

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No Bird

Based on a childhood experience, No Bird is a short story by David Farland that captures gritty realism, drawing on…

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The Smiling Man

This story began as a writing assignment for a class taught by Eloise Bell. With the assignment, we were asked…

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Charley in the Wind

David Farland’s first short story, written as a student while attending BYU. Written about the emotional emasculation of young boys,…

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My Favorite Christmas

At age 16, Dale Fawkes is about to have his favorite Christmas—one that features a man who claims to be…

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Freaky Fly Day (Ravenspell Book Three)

After saving Oregon from a nuclear crisis and revealing the plight of enslaved micedom to the human population, Amber, the…

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Oz Reimagined: Dead Blue

When L. Frank Baum introduced Dorothy and friends to the American public in 1900, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz became…

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We Blazed

Alexander Dane wakes 100,000 years in the future and begins an eerie quest for the only thing that matters–the woman…

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The Stone Mother’s Curse

When the princess Teneriel is kidnapped, her mother fears that her own beauty will be her end, so she curses…

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Wheat Fields Beyond

In a world turned upside down, only the fittest will survive. But how can we define “Who is fittest?” [Special…

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NaNoWriMo Inspirations

NaNoWriMo Inspirations will help you through your 30-day novel writing adventure. David Farland, best selling author and acclaimed writing instructor,…

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At The Virgin’s Doorstep

Warning! Some people consider this story to be morally repugnant. In “At the Virgin’s Doorstep,” the first fantasy short story…

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After a Lean Winter

In 1898, Martians attacked Earth, according to H.G. Wells in his classic War of the Worlds. He tells the story…

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On My Way to Paradise

Winner of the Philip K. Dick Memorial Award The powerful first novel by New York Times bestselling author David Farland,…

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Drawing on the Power of Resonance in Writing

All successful writers use resonance to enhance their stories by drawing power from stories that came before, by resonating with…

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Writers of the Future, Volume 34

24 Award-Winning Authors and Illustrators Accompanied by Orson Scott Card, Brandon Sanderson, Jody Lynn Nye, Jerry Pournelle, Ciruelo and Echo…

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In the Company of Angels

Based on the true story of the Willie Handcart Company of 1856, In the Company of Angels unfolds the triumphant…

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The Golden Queen

When GallenO’Day is hired as a bodyguard to escort a young woman through the woods to the forbidden ruins at…

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Wizardborn (The Runelords, Book Three)

Certain works of fantasy are immediately recognizable as monuments, towering above the rest of the category. Authors of those works,…

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The Lair of Bones (The Runelords, Book Four)

Certain works of fantasy are immediately recognizable as monuments, towering above the rest of the category. They have been written…

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Sons of the Oak (The Runelords, Book Five)

Certain works of fantasy are immediately recognizable as monuments, towering above the rest of the category. Authors of those works,…

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