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"
It feels wonderful getting back into reading books. I’ve already finished half the number I did for the whole of 2018. I’m also returning to reviewing, and here is one of the best debuts in a long time for me. This book is dark fantasy in its purest form, and it does it without the […]Read more "Book Review: Seraphina’s Lament"
Welcome to a new month. Today I bring a very special interview to you all. I had the recent pleasure of interviewing Gareth Hanrahan, author of one of the most impressive debut novels in recent years – The Gutter Prayer. I couldn’t resist reaching out to this guy for an interview, and was honoured when […]Read more "Author Interview: Gareth Hanrahan"
A new day, a new interview. Today’s is with C. D. Gallant-King, the author behind semi-finalist Hell Comes to Hogtown in Fantasy Book Critic. First of all, tell me about yourself! What do you write? I’m a Canadian husband, father of two, and a writer of fantasy/horror/speculative fiction/etc, all with a comic […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview – C. D. Gallant-King “Hell Comes to Hogtown”"
They do move in herds. . .after over six months of doing fuck all about it. First gaming review of 2019, I wanted to have a little chat about Jurassic World Evolution. Unfortunately, this game was officially my most disappointing game of 2018. This really makes me sad, because there are some nice things about […]Read more "Jurassic World Evolution – A Troublesome Dilemma"
So I’m back! The reason for no new posts was due to me being away on vacation in Edinburgh for the weekend. It was a great trip but editing and blogs beckon to me. Today I bring you yet another SPFBO interview with Joyce Reynolds-Ward, author of the Goddess’s Honor series. First […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview: Joyce Reynolds-Ward “Pledges of Honor”"
The end of another year. I’m still going to be the same twisted, slightly manic asshole you guys all know and adore throughout 2019, with a habit of putting his characters through hell. The blog in 2018 has come through strength to strength. It’s had a massive surge this year with more then twice the views it’s […]Read more "2018 – A Retrospective"
The final five! It’s been such a tough challenge this year to pick games I really liked. Having a surge of games hitting full release that are amazing was another reason why this was so difficult. It’s in stark contrast to last year. . .but 2017 might be stronger then I thought. Stay tuned for […]Read more "Gaming of 2018 – The Top 5!"
I might be coming to the end of my received interviews. I don’t think I have many left from those who did send in their responses. It’s been a great trip and we are nearing the end of SPFBO Phase 1. I’m not sure how many I have interviewed and posted up on this blog, […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview – Staci Olsen “Defender of Dragons”"