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"
Welcome to another interview with our wonderful SPFBO authors. The next lucky victim (coughs) is Emerald Dodge with her book Battlecry. First of all, tell me about yourself! What do you write? I’m Emerald Dodge, author of superhero urban fantasy! I’m a Navy wife, mother of two charming little boys, […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview: Emerald Dodge “Battlecry”"
Boom, I return! I’ve had a look at my emails and it turns out I have just under a dozen interviews remaining. If my maths is right (and it hardly is), I’ve interviewed close to 20% of all entrants this year. I still intend on interviewing everyone, so I’m happy to spotlight all those who […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview: Travis M. Riddle"
Boy, is this post a long time coming. I think I’ve played enough of this game to give it a review, even though I haven’t played through the main quest fully. In fact, I’m only really halfway through. However I am 63 hours in, my SSD drive is crying for space and I know enough […]Read more "Kingdom Come Deliverance: Review"
I’m starting to run low on SPFBO interviews! It feels odd but I think I’m down to the last half dozen or so. If anyone hasn’t been in touch yet, do so 🙂 I’d like to keep this going as long as possible. Now, I return with a new interview. The next victim to step […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview: Jeffrey Collyer “Dreams and Shadows”"
It’s good to be back: my next interview is with Darran Handshaw, who entered his book The Engineer into this year’s SPFBO! I have to say I’m a big fan of that cover. No witty remarks from me this morning, let’s get right down to it. Check out a selection of past interviews down below: […]Read more "SPFBO Interview: Darran Handshaw “The Engineer”"
I’m back on the beginning of the month! Today’s interview is with Alex Anthony, author of his debut “Servants of Rage.” Think an awesome mix of Mongol fantasy and wild violence, and that’s only scratching the surface. Go check it out, I’ll leave a link down below. Enjoy his book and the interview I held […]Read more "SPFBO Entry Interview: Alex Anthony “Servants of Rage”"