Brandon Sanderson is an American author of fantasy and sci-fi novels. The native Nebraskan is best known for his Mistborn series in addition to finishing The Wheel of Time series following the passing of the original author, Robert Jordan. He also writes the Alcatraz series and The Stormlight Archive (planned for 10 books). Sanderson once […]

Written by Ella Thomson on Monday, February 11th, 2013

With the hit television show Game of Thrones, author George R.R. Martin has signed a new two-year deal with HBO to develop new shows. However, his fans are not too happy about the announcement. What’s the problem? They want more books.

Written by Ella Thomson on Monday, January 14th, 2013

The final book in Robert Jordan‘s The Wheel of Time series has been released, but not without controversy. The 14th book was completed by Brandon Sanderson, following Jordan’s death in 2007, and is titled A Memory of Light. The controversy is that the 909-page novel won’t be out in eBook format until April 9th, so […]


The Wheel of Time is a series of epic fantasy novels by American novelist Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson (when noted). Originally, the series was slated to go six novels, then twelve, now fourteen. Jordan passed away in 2007 and Brandon Sanderson was chosen to finish the series based on extensive notes he left behind.


Robert Jordan was the pseudonym of James Oliver Rigney, Jr. (1948-2007), an American novelist of fantasy novels. During his career, Rigney also used the pen names of Reagan O’Neal and Jackson O’Reilly. He is best known for The Wheel of Time series.

Written by Julie Vegas on Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn series is going to be hitting shelves in Fall 2013 — video game shelves, that is! Sanderson recently announced that Little Orbit Games will be developing a video game adaptation of Mistborn called Mistborn: Birthright. Little Orbit has in the past made licensed video games of Young Justice and Sherlock Holmes.