Yo-ho, me hearties. It’s December and Christmas is everywhere, but I’m making it a piratical holiday! So all December I’m running a competition and all you have to do to enter is send me a picture of a piratical drawing. It can be a pirate ship, a pirate flag, a treasure chest, a kraken, a … Read moreDecember Giveaway – Draw a Pirate!
So this post is just going to serve as a how things are going and what to expect from me in the near future. Because I’m writing… A LOT! All my books are now back under my control. I am once again completely self published! I feel there should be some fireworks here. OK, I … Read moreState of the Union
After my last fairly downbeat blog I thought I’d lift the spirits of us all by announcing a number of the books I’ll be reading in 2017. I assume you all care what I read and my rambling musings regarding those books because I have a giant ego and assume everyone wants to know all … Read moreTo Be Read 2017 – The Readening
Here goes. Some people have contacted me to ask “Where is Where Loyalties Lie?” It’s true, the first book in my piratical adventure duology (Best Laid Plans) should have been out already. It should be in the hands of millions maybe a few thousand at least. But it’s not. It appears to firmly stuck in … Read morePublishing Limbo?
So December has rolled around and lots of people are doing their favourite books of 2016 blogs. And I don’t like being left out. So here are my favourite reads of 2016. Please note not all of these books were released in 2016. My TBR pile extends back into the 1980s! 5. Twelve Kings in … Read moreTop 5 Reads of 2016
It’s worth mentioning that I received an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) of this book in return for an honest review. Grayshade is a book about Grayshade, an acolyte (assassin) for the Order of Argoth. We follow along in his head as he discovers the Order is not everything it claims and finds a the … Read moreReview Blog – Grayshade by Gregory A. Wilson
Well it’s fair to say this one had its ups and its downs. This review may contain minor spoilers. The Skull Throne continues right where the previous book in the Demon Cycle series, The Daylight War, left off. With Ahmann and Arlen missing, a bunch of self-entitled mini Arhmanns squabbling over who should be in … Read moreReview Blog – The Skull Throne by Peter V. Brett
Book covers are a big thing. They’re important and not just for making books look all purty. They serve to pull in browsers. They’re the opening words in a conversation. A cover makes you pick the book up and read the back cover, the back cover makes you check out the first page, the first … Read more5 of My Favourite Fantasy Book Covers
Wraith Knight by Charles T. Phipps Apparently it’s customary to note that I received an ARC version of the book in return for an honest review. I also received that ARC about a year prior to release and I’m reliably informed that those pesky typos and what not have been cleaned up. On a personal … Read moreReview Blog – Wraith Knight by C.T. Phipps
This is a first for my blog. I have C.T. Phipps (author of Cthulhu Armageddon and a bunch of other novels) over to talk about murder. To Kill your Darlings By. C.T. Phipps You need to kill your characters. This is something which I discovered while writing Cthulhu Armageddon and has come with … Read moreC.T. Phipps Guest Blog – To Kill your Darlings