The Steel Prince by V. E. Schwab
 

The Steel Prince

New Release Comic Review

 
The Son of Summer Stars by Meredith Ann Pierce
 

The Son of Summer Stars

Classic SFF Review

 
The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter by Theodora Goss
 

The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter

Review

 

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Anna Stephens Interview

Anna Stephens Interview 

Today we are talking with Anna Stephens, a UK-based writer of epic-y, gritty, grimdark-y fantasy. Her debut novel, Godblind, was released by Harper Voyager on June 15, 2017, with the sequels penciled in for 2018 and 2019. Hello Anna, thanks for joining me here today. I always start my interviews differently, sometimes with easy questions, […]

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Brian Staveley Interview – Skullsworn

Brian Staveley Interview – Skullsworn 

By now you should all probably know that the point of my interviews is simply to celebrate Wednesdays (doesn’t matter if it’s actually Wednesday or not). This time I have with me Brian Staveley, author of Skullsworn and the Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne trilogy, and a big lover of Wednesdays as well. Brian Staveley […]

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Peter Newman Interview – The Seven

Peter Newman Interview – The Seven 

You know a book deserves your attention when Mark Lawrence says it’s, “the best thing he’s read in quite a while.” You know you have to read said book when it wins the David Gemmell Morningstar Award for Best Newcomer. The book in question is none other than The Vagrant, and today we have here […]

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Mark Lawrence Interview – Red Sister

Mark Lawrence Interview – Red Sister 

One could argue that the phrase, “Work until you no longer have to introduce yourself,” perfectly suits Mark Lawrence. I’m pretty sure no one in this community can say they haven’t heard of him. I would say let’s just skip the introductions and head to the interview, which is more about Red Sister than Mark […]

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Nicholas Eames Interview – Kings of the Wyld

Nicholas Eames Interview – Kings of the Wyld 

Those who follow my reviews over on Booknest may already know that I found Kings of the Wyld one of the greatest debuts I’ve ever read. I even took a gamble and declared it debut of the year. Since I have the joy to call Nicholas a friend (at least as far as a Facebook […]

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