Expectation is a powerful word, and it can make or break you. The jury is still out on Cyberpunk, and it may be some time before we uncover it all. It’s certainly grabbed the world’s attention. Unfortunately, what was supposed to be a delight towards the end of a brutal 2020 became something like a […]Read more "My Impressions of Cyberpunk 2077"
I have a strange relationship with this game. At times I get engrossed in its world for hours. Some times I just laugh at how obtuse some of the game mechanics are. And sometimes I get very frustrated with it. This legit happened. What kind of fucking light effects are these? As you’ve noticed, I’ve […]Read more "ELEX – Just like Marmite"
Welcome back to another interview. I recently put out the hit for more of them and I have a few more up my sleeve. . . .I sound like some kind of terrible mafia boss. Today’s interview is with Elizabeth Hammill, author of the Amaranthine Inheritance series. Down below is a bio, her links and she […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview: Elizabeth Hamill “Nectar and Ambrosia”"
Well it’s been over a month, and the UK still has its heatwave. Yippie. In case you haven’t noticed, I’m not a huge fan of sweltering summer where people tend to smell like musky water buffalo. We all look like we’ve been swimming, but without all the fun. But I’m here to bring you guys […]Read more "SPFBO Entry Interview: Phil Williams “Under Ordshaw”"
And we’re back! I am happy to say that I’m returning to author interviews with some force. To those who don’t know, I recently got into Mark Lawrence’s annual Self Published Fantasy Blog Off event, where 300 books are whittled down to one through judging and loads of other intimidating sounding things. Based on all […]Read more "SPFBO Entry Interview: Scott Kaelen “The Blighted City”"
It has been so long! I’ll admit I’ve been terrible with reading this year. I set a very modest goal of reading new books for 2018, just fifteen. And you know how many I’ve completed? One. Only one. *sobs into a corner.* It’s been horribly slow, but now I am back. I’m currently reading The First […]Read more "Book Review: The Well of Ascension (Mistborn Series)"
It has been a while since my last article. May was an incredible upturn for my blog, with over double the views of the previous best. I found that I get a lot more views for my gaming articles then everything else. Guess what I’ll be doing more of? You’ve guessed it. I will still […]Read more "My Top 20 Games #19: The Impossible?"
Bit of a new thing, I do not do this often! Very recently, I had the honor of joining a group of authors in an awesome book sale. My novel The Thousand Scars is amongst other awesome authors like Andy Peloquin, M.L.Spencer, Jesse Teller, TY Authur and countless others. Check them out, they’re great reads and […]Read more "Spring Into Fantasy Sale!"
How on earth is this free? There is a AAA quality game in this, and the best thing is, it only requires a copy of Vanilla Skyrim. I posted an in-progress analysis of Enderal a couple of years back, in August 2016 before technical issues with my laptop stopped me playing it further. Well, after […]Read more "Enderal: The Shards of Order. A Chilling Masterpiece"