Author: Marya Miller

Idalos on Perfection

Those who have read my Dragonish flash fiction anthology will have met the immortal Tarn, Idalos, as a child in Tales of Mist and Magic. Just because he’s terminally unpleasant does not mean he doesn’t have brilliantly clear insight. Read more →

Chasing the Grimm Reaper Exceeded Expectations

Chasing the Grimm Reaper pits the reader against the unknown killer of the Fairy Godmother. Yes, the Fairy Godmother. But don’t worry: You have the aid of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in the weird and wonderful world known as Sagaland, where fairy tale denizens accept the existence of Real Worlders about as much as smarter children and adults accept the… Read more →

Interview with Anno the Tarn

In this post, I attempt to interview Anno Einarsson, exiled Tarn and editor of the ‘The South Garth Inquisitor’ about Granny Maberly. As is common with anything to do with Anno or Granny, it did not go as expected.   MM: Anno, you were going to bring us an interview with Granny Maberly today, yet here you are alone, clutching a… Read more →

Two New, Exclusive “Granny Maberly” Yuletide Stories

This holiday season you can find not just one, but TWO new Granny Maberly/Dragonish stories, The Hawthorn Tree and Silent Knight  – plus many more Winter/Christmas stories – on Katharina Gerlach’s wonderful, free Indie Author’s Advent Calendar 2016. How does this work? Simply click on the correct date every day and unlock a brand new story for each day of advent.  … Read more →

When Authors Kill

Perhaps I am being unfair in blaming J. K. Rowling for starting a trend in killing off important characters we care about, but ever since she iced Sirius Black and Fred Weasley, other authors seem to have jumped on that bandwagon with glee. Perhaps I should really blame George R. R. Martin (“Game of Thrones” to television buffs); whose slaughter… Read more →