57 hours later, I saw the credits once again. As soon as I booted up the revamped Steam version of Enderal, and saw the opening, I realised I was back home. So peaceful. Then this happened. This guy can fuck off. I will say that my first run of Forgotten Stories was not complete. […]Read more "Enderal: Forgotten Stories Review"
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"
Well, it’s been a while. At the end of 2018 I wrote a piece about my first year as a published author. You can read about that by clicking the link below. I’ll be using a fair bit of that in this post. One Year On: My first year as an Author A lot has […]Read more "Coming Full Circle – 2019. Moving Forward"
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"
You guys have probably noticed my activity on the blog has dropped. It’s a combination of self doubt, CFS flaring up and being bogged down with my editing. I hope to return to a decent schedule soon. Today I have an author interview with John Bierce, whose Mage Errant series is pretty damn cool. He […]Read more "Author Interview – John Bierce"