Review Blog – Devil’s Night Dawning by Damien Black

Devil’s Night Dawning (or DND) is a fantasy book heavily rooted in real world history. What I mean here is the dominant religion feels very much like Christianity, and clearly borrows from it in many circumstances, and the world itself is a classic European medieval setting. We follow along behind a bunch of characters ranging … Read more Review Blog – Devil’s Night Dawning by Damien Black

Review Blog – Prayers in Steel by Michael McClung

I read this book both in its Alpha stage, and the finished article, and I loved it both times. We follow along behind 2 main characters. The first is pissed off princess, Anya, who is not very taken with the idea of being married off for political gain. Luckily for her she spent most of … Read more Review Blog – Prayers in Steel by Michael McClung

Confessions of a Fantasy Author – Martin Owton

It is time, readers, for another author to open their heart to you and confess their sins. This week Martin Owton, author of Exile, is here to beg for your forgiveness. And he’s even included a video of himself reading from his book. I was fired from my own heavy rock band for not being … Read more Confessions of a Fantasy Author – Martin Owton

Review Blog – Mirror’s Truth by Michael R. Fletcher

The Mirror’s Truth is the second novel in Michael R. Fletcher’s Manifest Delusions series, following pretty directly on from Beyond Redemption. It follows the same cast of characters (for the most part) in Bedeckt, Stehlen, Wichtig, and the insane newly-made god Morgen. For those who haven’t heard of Fletcher’s world, it exists on a very … Read more Review Blog – Mirror’s Truth by Michael R. Fletcher

Review Blog – Blackwing by Ed McDonald

This is easily the quickest I have ever got through an audiobook. I struggle with audiobooks. I’m very picky when it comes to narration and rarely find time to stick my headphones in and dedicate time to listening. I’m also not very good at just sitting still and listening, I need to occupy my body … Read more Review Blog – Blackwing by Ed McDonald

Review Blog – Skullsworn by Brian Staveley

Skullsworn is a book that really shouldn’t work. There, I said it. I meant it. I’m not taking it back. But it really does work. I read this book on Audible, narrated by Elizabeth Knowelden, and I’ll point out right now it is beautifully narrated. I’m not the biggest fan of audio books and I … Read more Review Blog – Skullsworn by Brian Staveley

Confessions of a Fantasy Author – Richard Writhen

  It’s confession time again, my dear lost souls. Once a week an author steps into my confession booth and airs all their dirty little authory secrets so that you may judge them. I urge you to judge them harshly, yet not forget the fact that you too have sinned. Today Richard Writhen, author of … Read more Confessions of a Fantasy Author – Richard Writhen

CONFESSIONS OF A FANTASY AUTHOR – M.L. Spencer

Hello again, sinners and heretics. This week I have guest author M.L. Spencer stepping into the confessions booth to entertain beg forgiveness from you all. And as an added bonus, her books are currently on sale, so go buy some! When I was a kid, I used to use an audio tape recorder to record … Read more CONFESSIONS OF A FANTASY AUTHOR – M.L. Spencer

5 GrimDark Anime You Might Not Realise are GrimDark

5 GrimDark Anime You Might Not Realise are GrimDark OK, I’m gonna start this one by pointing out that I have not watched every anime ever so this list will be based on those I have watched. I will however start it with a respectful mention to BESERK as I have not watched it, but … Read more 5 GrimDark Anime You Might Not Realise are GrimDark

Review Blog – Emperor of Thorns (And the Broken Empire Trilogy) by Mark Lawrence

OK. What a ride. Mark Lawrence appears to be able to write good. Where to start? Without spoilers. In this third book we complete the story of Jorg growing up. In Prince he felt very much like a child trying to fill big boots. In King felt like a defiant (often petulant) teen. Here we … Read more Review Blog – Emperor of Thorns (And the Broken Empire Trilogy) by Mark Lawrence

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