Sara C. Roethle Interview – The Witch of Shadowmarsh
 

Sara C. Roethle

Interview - The Witch of Shadowmarsh

 
The Lore of Prometheus by Graham Austin-King – Cover Reveal & Excerpt!
 

The Lore of Prometheus

Cover Reveal & Excerpt!

 
Wraith Knight and Wraith Lord by C. T. Phipps – Double Book Review
 

Wraith Knight and Wraith Lord

Double Book Review

 

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David Gemmell Awards for Fantasy: Legend Award

David Gemmell Awards for Fantasy: Legend Award 

Arthur had his sword in the stone. The Legend award has its axe on the podium. Snaga the Sender. The Blades of no Return. The axe of Druss the Legend, himself. And the prize of the peoples’ champion, whomever they choose. Because Legends are not born – they are made. The Legend award, one of […]

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Nevernight by Jay Kristoff

Nevernight by Jay Kristoff
4.5

If you read the Harry Potter series and thought, “This is a pleasant little story and all, but I just wish everyone at Hogwarts was a blood-thirsty sociopath and the instructors should stop wasting everyone’s time with all these pointless classes and just teach the students how to f— and kill one another.” Then I’ve […]

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Cover Reveal for Jay Kristoff’s “Nevernight”

Cover Reveal for Jay Kristoff’s “Nevernight” 

I’ve been a huge fan of Jay Kristoff’s since reading Stormdancer back in 2012. Admittedly, the themes of Japan, Martial Arts, Fantasy, Mythical Creatures and Technology pretty much answered my prayers… but the writing style, the kick ass characters, the fun and keep-you-guessing plot were surely enjoyed by most fantasy readers too. Of course, I’ve […]

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Nevernight by Jay Kristoff – Cover Reveal

Nevernight by Jay Kristoff – Cover Reveal 

Wayyyyyyyyyyy back in 2012 I was lucky enough to be sent an advanced copy of a strange fantasy/martial arts/steampunk-hybrid called Stormdancer. I enjoyed that book and gave it a favourable review, but the beautiful prose, the complex story, the kickass female lead and Jay Kristoff’s seamless ability to merge/cross genres led me to believe he would go on […]

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