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The Forgotten Fiction is ALIVE!
From the ashes of 2020, if you will, TFF has risen to provide insightful glimpses into the stories and the writing of quality fiction of all genres - both old titles and new - and in many cases, the actual physical books are reviewed as well, especially those crafted by fine press and small press publishers.
Rune Works has another publication to its name.
With an overlying emphasis on promoting the arts of fiction, TFF ensures each book preview of upcoming works or in-depth reviews of books out at least 60 days (to help authors and publishers promote the literature beyond the release date) all make a decisive "YEA or NAY" recommendation to read the book or ... not.
The Forgotten Fiction book review magazine that is dedicated to fiction and to woodworking with a theme of fictional works has been born and taken off in the past few months.
Yes, woodworking in the form of hand crafted archival book traycases and myriad forms of other book-based and fictional themed works of art are the other side to TFF's coin.
Books will prevail!
Books are the greater good!
*The Greater Good! [chorus]*
If You Want To Know A Little More About How The Forgotten Fiction Book Reviews Magazine Is Different head over here.
But in summary:
We are really trying to achieve two main goals here at The Forgotten Fiction Book Reviews: