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Amazon Lord of The Rings TV series

Amazon is making a new adaptation of one of the best fantasy books of all time: The Lord Of The Rings.  LOTR defined high fantasy as we know it, Tolkien’s work defined the high fantasy genre (How did Tolkien influence literature? check it here). This saga is back, but this time on Prime Video.  Amazon Lord of the Rings will have five seasons and will have the biggest Budget in televisión history.

Lots of rumors to be answered: will Amazon Lord of The Rings tv series be a reboot? will LOTR characters make their appearance in this tv series? will Peter Jackson be involved in this project?

Lord Of The Rings has had previous adaptations, the most notorious being the movie adaptations by Peter Jackson (were these a good movie adaptation? check it here). At first, it was thought this tv series was going to be a remake, but Amazon already confirmed this would not be the case, this tv series will be centered on the Second Age. If this news were not exciting enough, Tolkien, the biographical drama film telling the story of J.R.R  Tolkien will be released on May 10, 2019.

How it all began

Everything began with this press release published on November 13, 2017. Amazon revealed that they had acquired the global television rights to The Lord of the Rings. This show will be Produced by Amazon Studios in cooperation with the Tolkien Estate and Trust, HarperCollins and New Line Cinema. This upcoming show will be available on Prime Video.

The press release provided a lot of interesting info. It was Matt Galsor quote, a representative for the Tolkien Estate and Trust and HarperCollins, which proved to be the most revealing:

“Sharon and the team at Amazon Studios have exceptional ideas to bring to the screen previously unexplored stories based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s original writings.”

Unexplored stories! That is, it is not a reboot, but this tv series will cover a different angle. So, despite being interconnected with the original novels and main characters, it will be a completely different storyline.

What will the Amazon Lord of the Rings TV series be about?

While at first rumors said that the first season would tell the story of a younger Aragorn, Amazon revealed on Twitter that this storyline will be set in The Second Age ( the Age of Númenor). That is, 3.441 years before LOTR events… as you might have guessed, this implies that practically none of the characters appearing in the original saga will make a cameo in this prequel since… well, they were not even born yet.

Not even Gandalf, who even though being one of the Maiar didn’t take his human form until the Third Age. However, there will be a quite relevant character who will make his appearance for sure later in this series. No other than the Maiar corrupted by Melkor, Sauron, since it is in this age when he tried to subjugate the Middle Earth. For those wondering, his defeat against the Last Alliance of Elves and Men put an end to the Second Age.

As you see, the  Second Age is deeply linked to Sauron’s fate. As a result, some the events that will be for sure introduced in this series will be the rise of Sauron, the forging of the Rings of Power and Isildur’s battle against Sauron.

Amazon Lord of The Rings release date and budget

Amazon Lord of The Rings will be released in 2021, the more optimistic say the release date will be in 2020. This Project is already known as the biggest budget in television history, being more than 1$ billion dollars.

Just so you can compare such numbers better, each chapter of Game of Thrones season seven cost 15$ million each (see here), as you see, LOTRs budget is huge even compared to Game of Thrones…

Cast in Amazon’s Lord of the Rings?

There is still no info regarding the casting. Also, for those wondering if Peter Jackson will be involved in this project: No. The director and producer confirmed he would not be involved in the project.

While Peter Jackson’s films were filmed in New Zealand, Amazon LOTR will be filmed in Scotland instead. This country has some of its locations featured in Avengers: Infinity War. Filming will start this very same year.

How has been this new Tv series received by the fans?

Such news as is a tv series based on Tolkien’s Word was received by the fans with great excitement. When this news hit the Internet the reactions by fans on all Social Media sites were overwhelmingly positive, they want to visit the Middle-Earth once more.

There is also a lot of concern, fans want this tv series to be huge! And don’t want this tv series to have excessive inventive adaptation and be exactly like J.R.R. Tolkien had envisioned it. This concern is more than understandable since it would not be the first time an adaptation does not meet the expectations, just take what happened to Percy Jackson movies

What about you Wottareaders? are you excited about this new Amazon Lord of The Rings TV series?

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Knowing Raelle Logan

Hello, wottareaders! this week I am interviewing Raelle Logan, author of Blackheart, a historical pirate romance which is available on Amazon. Pirates, romance and history together, sounds great, isn’t it? Let’s know more about the author and her work then!

The woman

Who is Raelle Logan, not the writer, the woman. What can you tell us about you?

First of all, Raelle Logan is a pen name that is a dedication to my Dad, who was named Raymond. The Logan part is just a name I loved.  When not writing, I spend time with my husband, who is now disabled, and our cat, Ransom. I do have a “day job”, where I work with dogs and cats at a kennel. One day, I hope I’ll be able to give all my time to writing again.

Where are you from?

I presently live in Littleton, CO USA

What do you love the most about your country?

I love that I have the freedom and ability to do whatever I want to do whenever I want to do it; it’s great to have tons of choices.

Has your country influenced your stories somehow?

I don’t think my country has influenced my stories, mostly since I write about pirates and they are, in my books at least, based in England.

Writers are such for different reasons, which was your thing that made you decide you wanted to become a professional writer?

I was always an avid reader, and I think it was my Mom that influenced me the most. She worked at a library when I was a teen. One summer, she brought home a bunch of books so I would have something to do while out of school.  Some of the books were historical romance and those books were so fascinating that I got lost in those wondrous worlds. It was many years later that I wrote my first romance on a laptop that my husband was given for a donation to his car racing career.  After I wrote a few pages on the laptop, I found, to my absolute horror, that it wouldn’t save my work.  I went out and bought my first computer.

Any non-book related hobbies you want to share with us?

I collect angels.

One book, one movie, one song, one food, one sport, and one videogame?

I don’t have a favorite book but the author that influenced me the most would be Victoria Holt.  A couple movies are my favorites, Ladyhawke and Romancing the Stone. I have way too many favorite songs to choose from to make just one selection. I do listen to a lot of soundtracks from movies when writing. My favorite food would be anything chocolate. I’m not a huge sports fan but if I had to select one it would be NASCAR racing. I’ve never been a videogame girl, sorry gamers. I just don’t have time.

Your book, Blackheart, is a story about pirates, what do you like the most about pirates?

Their freedom to do whatever they wanted in a time period when most people were very limited on their freedoms.

The writer

I’d like to know about your first steps, the very first day you decided to become a professional writer, what made you do it?

I had written several manuscripts by this time, but, I didn’t really think about publishing a book because I truly just wanted to write for me.  It wasn’t until I wrote one particular book that I thought maybe it could be published (as yet I am working on the edit for this book, hopefully I’ll finish it this year). Once Blackheart came to me (I wrote it in one month), I thought I might try to publish the manuscript.  I looked for agents, got rejected. Looked for a publisher, really got rejected. I began to think it would never be published, but about that time, I decided to look into ebook publishers and that was when I found Books to Go Now, who is now my publisher.

What made you step in such an uncertain world as is the writing one?

I’m not sure. My Mom had told me years ago that you have to “know” someone to be traditionally published and that somehow sparked the desire in me to prove her wrong. I’m now traditionally published, and I didn’t know anyone in the business, so dreams can come true.

Do you have any ritual for writing? any kind of habit or goals to achieve every day?

No. I don’t write every day, unfortunately, as I have a day job that keeps me pretty busy.  Sadly, writing has had to take a back seat for now.  I work on manuscripts as I have free time.

Do you take real people you know and put them in your book?

Nope, as of this moment every character in my books is completely from my bizarre imagination. Maybe in the future that could change. We’ll see.

Which book are you writing right now?

I’m currently editing another pirate romance, only with a completely different story line and characters.

If you had to define yourself just using one sentence of your book, which one would be?

I can’t think of a sentence in Blackheart that would define me, however, I would like to be known as a Pirate Enchantress.  That’s pretty cool.

Which would you say was your best and your worst moments as a writer?

Best, obviously, would be being traditionally published and actually seeing my book in paperback form.  It was such an exciting moment…to know that a publisher actually believes enough in me to publish my work. What a great feeling! The worst would be the constant rejects I got from publishers and agents. It is crushing to be rejected.  You look at yourself and your work and wonder if you’ll ever be good enough to be published.  It’s something all authors suffer through.

The Book

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Blackheart, a historical romance set in the world of piracy. What else do you want to tell us about your book?

I absolutely love how this story came together. It was as if it was true, at least in my mind. The true history folded into the book just perfectly. It’s basically a ‘what if’ story, ‘what if’ King James II had an illegitimate daughter and his legitimate daughter’s husband, King William, begins a search for the illegitimate daughter, as she threatens his kingdom, for her ancestry proves her a menace. He must secretly hire a hunter and that is where Lochlanaire Blackheart, the pirate, comes into the picture, he’s the king’s huntsman.

Why would you say people love Lochlanaire Blackheart?

I think people can relate to Lochlanaire.  He’s a horridly broken, battered and beaten down soul, yet he rises up, becomes a strong pirate captain and does what he must to survive. He not only survives, he thrives and his courage grows with each step he takes. He stirs up the bravery to face his foes and defies a mighty king, all to save the woman he loves.

People love this book. Let’s just quote some of the many Amazon reviews for this novel: “intriguing”, “Defiantly a brilliant love story, and everything you want in a romance” “exciting and passionate”… these are some excerpts of diverse reviews on that website. Is there a specific review you feel the most proud of?

The fact that anyone reviews my book and loves it, warms my heart.  I love each person who has ever read the book and fallen in love with my characters enough to do a review.  To all my readers, thank you!!

Back to the pirates, were you influenced by any other pirate stories? Pirates of the Caribbean? pirate legends such as Black Beard or maybe folklore? On Stranger Tides by Tim Powers?

Honestly, I wanted to write a story that was more true to what the pirate truly is, not the legends that Hollywood has portrayed. I set out on the journey with all this in mind but then suddenly, I realized I didn’t know what the truth was about these mariners.  Off to the library and book stores, I went in search of research. That research took about a year.  I had to learn about ships, weapons, speech, clothing and then I had to apply all this research to the books I write and conjur a sizzling romance, a blend that is tough to write and write exceptionally.

Will this novel have a sequel?

I’m not sure. I’ve been asked that a lot but currently Blackheart is a stand-alone book. I might do something with Lochlanaire’s son but that’s far into the future.

 

Hope you enjoyed the interview, if you liked it you can check my previous interviews to Harmony Kent and Bernard Jan.

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The influence of H.P Lovecraft

H.P Lovecraft’s work stands for the dark, the forbidden, the obscurantism. A fear of the unknown. Some of his work was inspired by his own nightmares. And now, it’s his stories that provoke us nightmares. He is, no doubt, a major figure in the supernatural Horror genre. This is “The influence of H.P Lovecraft”.

A master in telling but not showing, he wouldn’t show the horrific creature,  but instead, he would tell you how the main character reacted. Breaking one of the most sacred rules for writers, the “don’t show but tell”, by this formula he in fact caused terror, way more than if he had described the horror itself.

Who is H.P Lovecraft       

Howard Philipp Lovecraft was an American author born in providence Writer of horror fiction, his work went unnoticed during his lifetime. Now, however, he is considered one of the best horror authors of all time along with Stephen King and Edgar Allan Poe. The later was one of H.P Lovecraft’s biggest influences.

All HP Lovecraft have the same premise, humanity is irrelevant and insignificant, as the author explained during an interview for Weird tales:

“Now all my tales are based on the fundamental premise that common human laws and interests and emotions have no validity or significance in the vast cosmos-at-large. To me there is nothing but puerility in a tale in which the human form—and the local human passions and conditions and standards—are depicted as native to other worlds or other universes.”

For those wondering why is HP Lovecraft so popular, the Cthulhu Mythos is the short answer you are looking for.

What is the Cthulhu Mythos

The Cthulhu Mythos is the interconnected universe created by H.P Lovecraft on which all his horror novels take place. A name deriving from one of his most notable works, The Call of Cthulhu.

In this fictional universe, Lovecraft imprints his Cosmicism philosophy. The basic principle of the Cosmicism is that humans are insignificant in the large intergalactic existence and that there is no recognizable presence such as a god. Instead, this philosophy suggests that the universe is a complex

This explains why in the Cthulhu Mythos humanity coexists, despite being unaware, with the Great Old ones, ancient and powerful deities from space who once ruled the earth until they eventually fell into a state of hibernation. Some of these deities inhabiting in the Earth and somehow imprisoned, as is the case for Cthulhu who is imprisoned underwater in the city of R’lyeh. These deities are often worshipped by dark and secret cults. In short, the Great Ones are the gods created by HP Lovecraft.

The influence of HP Lovecraft

HP Lovecraft not only has influenced several generations of writers, he also changed the established visión of the horror genre. This is why another one of the greatest horror authors ever. Stephen King told in his book, Danse Macabre (where the author narrates his various influences) that Lovecraft was responsible for his own fascination with horror and the macabre and was the largest figure to influence his fiction writing. If you like horror movies, check this article about the upcoming movie Pet Sematary!

Videogames

The horror summoned by H.P Lovecraft has transcended the world of literature. Several videogame titles are based on this author’s mythos. This is, of course, related to the copyright of his work, which is considered public domain.  Let’s see some examples:

Bloodborne

One of the most significant examples is Bloodborne. an Action RPG developed by From Software.  You might have heard of this company since they are the creators of the Dark Souls series.T his game takes place in Yarham, a city depicted as a mixture of the Victorian Era and the gothic architecture with the slight touch of the H.P Lovecraft’s lore. A world that is controlled by the Great Ones (yes, even the same name as in H.P Lovecraft’s mythos). These are god like creatures with incredible power who exist in different planes of existence. The influence of H.P Lovecraft’s work reflects on different aspects of this videogame. This shows in the creatures, the scenarios and even that constant feeling of uneasiness are heavily inspired by the Lovecraftian horror.

The Sinking City

Another game inspired by this author is the Sinking City, a mystery horror videogame which will be released on March 21, 2019. This videogame will be available for the following platforms PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, and Xbox One. Seems like, as happened with Metro Exodus, the game won’t be able for Nintendo switch.

In this videogame trailer, you will see several references to the Call of Cthulhu and the Cthulhu Mythos in general.

The Call of Cthulhu

The video game title already tells us how much this game is inspired by H.P Lovecraft’s short story. A survival horror developed by Cyanide Studio which is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The videogame is available since 2018.

Movies

There is not yet a complete adaptation of Lovecraft ’s horror stories but even so, there have been diverse attempts. However, seems like only independent filmmakers are trying their adaptation of H.P Lovecraft’s stories. Some of the most recent are The Whisperer in Darkness (released in 2011), The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu (2009) or Cthulhu (2007).

You might be wondering why there are no Lovecraft movies? That is, how come there are no high budget productions after such stories? The reason is, probably, that Lovecraft stories are about the atmosphere you create in your imagination.  These stories would be fairly difficult to be adapted in a film format.

Are H.P Lovecraft stories public domain?

Even though there has been some controversy regarding the copyright of Lovecraft’s Works the answer is: Yes.  Lovecraft’s books effectively entered the public domain.

This is why there are several videogames, films, board games and novels using the Cthulhu Mythos names and characters freely. The author always encouraged other authors to borrow ideas from his mythos, and so, several writers have contributed enrichening the Cthulhu Mythos.

Since it is public domain you can download his stories for free on the Internet. If you want to know some useful websites for downloading books, just click here.

What Lovecraft book should I start with?

If you are wondering how to read these horror novels, here is my small “how to start” guide for HP Lovecraft horror books:

  • The Dunwich Horror
  • The Shadow Over Innsmouth
  • Call of Cthulhu
  • Dreams in the Witch House

These four novels will provide you a great insight of H.P Lovecraft’s work. Of course, these are not all the novels by this author. These are the ones I consider you should read first. In the future, I will make a How to read article, where you w know the proper reading order.

 

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Best online bookstores

Hello there Wottareaders! The Internet is a very powerful tool. For us, who love books and reading, it is a great way to find new books, to discover authors who otherwise we would never know about. Being able to buy books online is amazing, you can find that book you had been searching for so long and purchase it only with a single click. In this article, I will talk about the best online bookstores.

In these bookstores, you will find both ebooks for your eReader and printed books not only new but also second hand. Also, if you are looking for alternative ways of reading you might want to take a look at this article (click here),f you haven’t heard of Wattpad or Spritz you better take a look!

You will surely know some of these, I have not the slightest doubt you know the first one obviously. And also, before I list these online bookstores I must say that, of course, we shall never forget about our local bookstores! those wonderful places must exist forever.

Amazon

This company started out as an online bookstore… and still is. In this website you can find books of all kinds, almost any book you look for will be there, history books, nonfiction, second hand and of course the best selling novels.

What else can be said about Amazon that is not already known?  Allow me to highlight three things.

Firstly, the ease of finding out-of-printed books, as many people choose to sell them second-hand when they are no longer marketed as new. Secondly, it has one of the widest offers on books in other languages (usually at very cheap prices). And finally, we can’t ignore the large number of self-published writers who have decided to sell their books only to Amazon – a world of books you can’t find anywhere else!

On Amazon you can buy cheap books, not only you can purchase second hand books but also there a lot of ebook bargains for your Kindle. Also, let’s not forget about Kindle Unlimited. This is a service that allows you to read as much as you can. More than 1 million ebooks at your disposals and also audiobooks. And this for only $9.99 a month…

Barnes & Noble

This large North American bookstore specializes in all types of books, from kids to adult through textbooks. Although they specialize in books in English, you can also find some in Spanish and other languages. The offer is very wide and B&N is undoubtedly your best option if you are looking for something in English.

Barnes and Noble’s catalog is as wide as Amazon’s, here you Will find all those best selling books you are looking for. As you might know, Barnes and Noble has the largest  retail outlets in the United States, on which you can even get a coffee from Starbucks.

In addition, the whole service is very well taken care of, for example, shipping costs are free from $25. No wonder they continue to compete with Amazon!

Powells

It is the largest independent bookstore in the world and allows you to buy books at much more affordable prices, as it has second hand books (as well as new ones). This is one of the best choices if you are looking for half price books, no matter if they are the best selling novels. Finding the books is as simple as putting the name in their search engine, but you can also choose other editions by searching the ISBN. This bookstore is perfect if you’re looking for an edition that’s already out of print or if you just want to find bargain books.

In addition, it also allows you to sell online the books you no longer use. This way you can get extra money and give them a second life. If you want to buy cheap books Powell’s Books is the online bookstore you are looking for.

Alibris

Finally, we’re going to something more specialized. Alibris is an online bookstore that actually serves to put third parties in contact, in this case, independent booksellers. Therefore, it is a perfect place to find rare books, special editions or out of print. I recommend that you take a virtual tour and examine everything calmly, you will find small hidden and unique bargains. Plus, they have really cheap books, discount coupons and up to a section at $0.99!

 

Have you already chosen which is your perfect online bookstore? Of course, if you want to read online for free, you have other useful websites as the ones I posted on the article Reading online websites so take a look!

 

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Introducing The Shadowhunter Chronicles

Hello Wottareaders, today I am introducing The Shadowhunter Chronicles. Maybe you hear of this young adult fantasy series written by the American author Cassandra Clare? it might sound familiar to you since this series has had both movie and tv series adaptations.

What is The Shadowhunter Chronicles about?

The simple plot predominant in the series of The Shadowhunter Chronicles is the existence of yet another world within the world of humans. This other spiritual world is inhabited by demons, greater demons, vampires, werewolves and “baddies” as the Buffy calls them. In this other world, there is also Shadowhunters as well. The Shadowhunters came to be following the consumption of the blood of an angel by a mortal man. The Shadowhunters are befogged with the sole responsibility of protecting humankind from demons and Downworlders, which of course gets intricate along the line. Some unscrupulous toadies hell-bent on ending both the world of humans and that of the Shadowhunters came into play.

The main series of the original novels, The Mortal Instruments (also known as TMI), tells the story of Clary Fray.  She is a teenager who eventually discovers is the descendant from a line of Shadowhunters. One day her mother is kidnapped, therefore she will have to team up with other shadowhunters in order to save her.

Of course, readers who do not like paranormal creatures (i.e., vampires, werewolves, faeries, etc.) may not like what is going on here.

The Shadowhunter Chronicles books

The Shadowhunter Chronicles is a three novel series. Which are the following:

  • The Mortal Instruments. Original series.
  • Infernal Devices. Prequel.
  • The Dark Artifices. Sequel.

Readers will better appreciate The Mortal Instruments when they read all the six books in this series when, not leaving out its prequel series, The Infernal Devices. You will find yourself being entirely immersed in this series; it is a solemn promise. The truth is that you are going to get just as attached to the characters in The Infernal Devices. So get yourself prepared for this downfall.

The original series  The Mortal Instruments

The Mortal Instruments is one beautiful series that took book lovers by storm.

Following the progression of this book series Clary and her friends are seen fighting the prevalent evil while trying to avoid death. The above scene went on with some being more successful than others. The climax is the outburst of romantic affairs while they all fall in love with each other.

The Mortal Instruments is a six novel series starting with City of Bones. The action takes place in 2007  having the city of New York as the main scenario.

The sequel The Dark Artifices

The Dark Artifices is a trilogy, taking place five years after The Mortal Instruments, that is, 2012. In this case, the main character is not Clary, but  Emma Carstairs instead, another Shadowhunter previously introduced in the last novel of The Mortal Instruments, City of Heavenly Fire.  While the main action happens around Emma Carstairs, the previous characters make their appearance letting us know how they are doing.

An interesting fact about the Dark Artifices revealed by Casandra Clare on her Tumblr, this series is based on the poem Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe.

The prequel Infernal Devices

While The Mortal Instruments is set in 2007, it’s prequel goes back more than a century ago. More specifically, this series first novel, Clockwork Angel, is set in 1878 the action taking place in London.  Infernal Devices is a trilogy and, for some fans, is considered more enjoyable than the original series.

Infernal Devices will have a sequel, The Last Hours. While the first novel of this series, Chain of Gold, has not been published yet. The release date has been confirmed, it will be published in November 2019. This same year!

After this, a last series will be published, The Wicked Powers, for which there are no release dates yet. This series will conclude these chronicles.

Why you will love The Shadowhunter Chronicles

The Shadowhunter Chronicles has fascinating characters. You cannot help but to completely submit yourself to every single one of her major players, most especially the romantic and platonic ties between all of them. In The Mortal Instruments, one that is stark obvious is the dramatic interplay between Clary and Jace, between Alec and Magnus, between Simon and Isabelle; these will spellbind you and keep you.

The Shadowhunter Chronicles feels like fan-fiction, which entails that it is incredibly easy and fast to read. The series keeps readers enthralled, though a few elements of it may make you squirm or feel utterly ridiculous.

In these novels, you will find solace in almost all of its characters that will keep you reading. As with most series, they are parts of the books that are worth the attachment, but the characters, as well as certain moments between the characters,  will make all of your reservation and ‘disappointment’ ultimately worth it.

The proper reading order

If you are wondering what is the best order to start reading this saga you might have to make a choice here. If you are a fan of the publication order then you must now that after the first three books of The Mortal Instruments came the first novel of The Infernal Devices. It was not until the entire prequel was published that the remaining novels of the original series were published. This makes sense, since the last three books of the original series are better understood, and enjoyed, if you the prequel first. Therefore I suggest the following reading order:

  • The Mortal Instruments. Novels 1 to 3.
  • Infernal Devices.
  • The Mortal Instruments. Novels 4 to 6.
  • The Dark Artifices. Sequel.

Adaptations

The first novel of The Mortal Instruments series, City of Bones, had a movie adaptation which was released in 2013. The film, directed by Harald Zwart, had a budget of $60 million and spent around another $60 million on advertising.  Since the film grossed 90 million, it was considered a major flop. As a result, the film sequel was canceled. As happened with Percy Jackson’s movie adaptation the film was expected to be a major success, and therefore the results were way below the expectations.

Years after, TMI had a second adaptation. This time premiered in 2016 as a tv series named Shadowhunters, which you can watch on Netflix by the way. After three seasons the series was canceled in 2018.

Who Wrote The The Shadowhunter Chronicles?

Cassandra Clare is an American author. She is best known for her novels for young adults, including the blockbuster The Chronicles of Dark Hunters, from which the series The City of Darkness comes from.

In Los Angeles, Clara begins to write fan-fiction under the name of Cassandra Clare.  Some of her stories had some success: The Draco Trilogy, based on the Harry Potter series, and The Very Secret Diaries, based on The Lord of the Rings (check here to know how accurate was its movie adaptation)

You will like this series if you liked

If you liked The Iron King by Julie Kagawa; The Iron Fey Series, then you will love The Shadowhunter Chronicles by Cassandra Clare.

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