Oh look! It’s that time of year again. When we’re allowed to eat as much as we damn please, copious drinking and all that frenzied Christmas shit. Or maybe that’s just me. Except for the drinking. I say this, and it’s already 2020. Shows how long it took me to get this damn article out. […]Read more "My Favourite Books of 2019 – Long Bloody Overdue"
Featured photo from the credits of Spellforce 3: Soul Harvest. You may spot a name in there! End of another year. It’s been a long one! I write this in a very strange mood. Not particularly low or anything, but not in a particularly happy state of mind either. It’s hard to put my […]Read more "2019 – A Reflection and hopes for 2020"
I haven’t reviewed a novel in a long time, and this is the perfect time to return to it. I’ve spent a long time writing and reading dark, gritty fantasy, and sometimes it can go too over the top. Well, i’m pleased to say that this book has found a perfect balance. […]Read more "Book Review: Smoke and Stone"
It has been a very long time. SPFBO5 is officially A-Go! Once again, I have returned to interview all challengers. Today I bring you the first interview for SPFBO5, with Erica Drayton. She is the author of Daxton, and I’m delighted to have her with me on my blog! To all comers This is […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview: E.L. Drayton"
Hey everybody! It’s been quite a while. In truth, my blogging has taken a back seat recently. Juggling my new full time job at Grimlore Games, writing several novels and other stuff has taken away my blogging, but today I bring you something very special, something hopefully the start of a new series: game developer […]Read more "Game Dev Interview: Atom RPG"
It is an honor to be part of Mark Lawrence’s blog tour for his latest book: One Word Kill! Ready Player One meets Stranger Things in this new novel by the bestselling author whom George RR Martin describes as “an excellent writer.” One Word Kill by Mark Lawrence Published by 47North (an imprint of […]Read more "One Word Kill – Blog Tour and Review"
It is launch day for an awesome author. Sarah Chorn (Bookworm Blues) has her debut book coming out today. I already gave my high endorsement of the book, check out the review below: Book Review: Seraphina’s Lament I also found the time to hit her up for an author interview. Despite her belief […]Read more "Author Interview – Sarah Chorn"