Nice to be back after a small hiatus, been focused on editing. SPFBO6 is just around the corner! Click on the banner to go to the page, courtesy of Mark Lawrence. I hope to once again interview you all! Today I bring you an interview with Eric Shapiro, who is promoting his dark fiction novel […]Read more "Authors in Isolation: Eric Shapiro"
Originally posted on JEREMY SZAL:
As of today, 20th of January 2020, I am stepping down from being the fiction editor-in-chief and producer of StarShipSofa. I delayed stepping down this as long as I could. For almost two years, in fact, but it’s come to this inevitable write-up. I joined StarShipSofa’s ranks as an assistant…
Since I like keeping some suspense before revealing my Top 5 of the year, I thought I’d talk a bit about some other games I’ve played in 2019. Nothing huge or too in detail, just little thoughts here and there. And because I like teasing. Let’s give this a go. Heaven’s Vault A game […]Read more "Games of 2019: Interlude"
Back with another long overdue interview: this one is with Rodrick Macdonald. My apologies on taking so long to get this posted up! As always, I have a list of my current interviews for SPFBO(5) down below. Check out whichever you like! SPFBO Halloween Interview: Mark Huntley James SPFBO Author Interview: […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview: Roderick T. Macdonald"
Happy Halloween my fellow SPFBOians! I’m currently working on an overview of my weekend at Bristolcon (where I met a lot of you wonderful people!) But I bring you a new interview with Mark Huntley James today. I hope you enjoy! (This interview is long overdue, I got it in June! Sorry it took so […]Read more "SPFBO Halloween Interview: Mark Huntley James"
New SPFBO interview up, with Angela Boord! SPFBO5 Interview: SPFBO Author Interview: Huw Steer SPFBO Author Interview: E.L. Drayton SPFBO Author Interview: Steve Turnbull SPFBO Author Interview: Nicholas Hoy SPFBO Author Interview: Phil Williams First of all, tell me about yourself! What do you write? Well, I’m the mother of nine […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview: Angela Boord"
Originally posted on RockStarlit BookAsylum:
The Questioning is where everything gets upside down. As part of my blogiversary celebration, I invited 10 authors and 10 bloggers/reviewers who showed great support during my first year as a blogger. Then I pushed them waaaaay out of the comfort zones. Authors had become interrogators and Bloggers got interrogated.…
Originally posted on You and I Books:
The top self-published books that we have read at Fantasy Book Review, in no particular order. (Or they were self-published when we read them.) Faithless – Graham Austin-King “An utterly dark, unique, well-written, and deeply engaging grimdark story” – James Tivendale Richard Nell – Kings of Paradise “Kings…
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”"
Now this is a bit of a change. I still have a lot of interviews to put out (and I haven’t forgotten those who have submitted!) But this is a new one in which I interview one of the judges. Charles Phipps is part of Booknest and a pretty awesome guy as well. He writes […]Read more "SPFBO Judge Interview: Charles Phipps"