Self Published Fantasy Releases – October 2019

October is here and it has brought with it a whole new list of self published fantasy chomping at the bit to be released. And while I remember, if you would like to be kept up to date with the upcoming lists, please subscribe to my newsletter by clicking this link. I don’t send out … Read moreSelf Published Fantasy Releases – October 2019

Review Blog – Hero Forged by Josh Erikson

I have to admit, I’m not really into Urban Fantasy. It’s just not my cup of tea. I also don’t like a lot of humour in my books. A bit of gallows humour maybe, but that’s usually about it. I say this so I can impress upon you that this book was up against it. … Read moreReview Blog – Hero Forged by Josh Erikson

Review Blog – The Sword of Kaigen by M.L. Wang

Time for a preamble. I heard about this book earlier this year when a blogger I follow (that’s you, Petrik) claimed it was not only the best self published book he’d ever read, but also the best stand alone he’d ever read. This was high praise indeed so I snapped up a paperback and stuck … Read moreReview Blog – The Sword of Kaigen by M.L. Wang

Self Published Fantasy Releases – September 2019

  September has arrived and there’s some BIG trad releases this month… but we don’t care about those, do we? We care about the smaller releases, the ones that might otherwise slip under the radar. So here we go with the September Self Pubbed releases. As always, this is not a comprehensive list, but only … Read moreSelf Published Fantasy Releases – September 2019

Review Blog – Rage of Dragons (The Burning #1) by Evan Winter

What a fantastic start to a fresh new epic fantasy tale. So let’s start with this. The blurb says Rage of Dragons is Game of Thrones meets Gladiator. Well it’s very like Gladiator in many ways, but to say it’s anything like Game of Thrones is doing a disservice to both parties. This book is … Read moreReview Blog – Rage of Dragons (The Burning #1) by Evan Winter

Self Published Fantasy Releases – August 2019

August is here and with we can only hope the oppressive heat is behind us. But just in case it isn’t, it’s worth having some good books to read. This is the August list of upcoming self published fantasy and there’s very interesting titles in it. As always, this is not a comprehensive list, but … Read moreSelf Published Fantasy Releases – August 2019

Review Blog – Crowfall (Raven’s Mark #3) by Ed McDonald

An adrenaline-fueled ending to a fantastic series. A truly desolately hopeful fantasy. Crowfall is book 3 of Ed McDonald’s debut series, Raven’s Mark, and the final(?) journey of Ryhalt Galharrow. And what a journey it has been. Seeing the way Ed has developed the character across the trials and tribulations of these 3 books has … Read moreReview Blog – Crowfall (Raven’s Mark #3) by Ed McDonald

Book Review – God of Broken Things by Cameron Johnston

A fantastic conclusion to the duology and a great send off to mighty Edrin Walker. So the Age of Tyranny duology is undoubtedly all about Edrin Walker. He’s a thief, a magus, a tyrant, and an arsehole extraordinaire. He’s also charismatic and downright fun. God of Broken Things does exactly what it needs to as … Read moreBook Review – God of Broken Things by Cameron Johnston

Self Published Fantasy Releases – July 2019

It’s almost July already! Where has the year gone? In the past 6 months I’ve been doing these lists, I’ve let you all know about over 100 new self published releases coming your way. So here’s to another 6 months and even more books! As always, this is not a comprehensive list, but only includes … Read moreSelf Published Fantasy Releases – July 2019

Self Published Fantasy Releases – June 2019

Looking for some fantastical books to read in the heat this summer? Well here’s the June list of Self Published Fantasy Releases. As always, this is not a comprehensive list, but only includes all the books I have heard about so far. If you have a fantasy novel you are self publishing in June, let … Read moreSelf Published Fantasy Releases – June 2019

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