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"
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”"
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”"
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"
As 2018 draws to an end, I bring you an interview with JA Andrews! Her work is amazing, especially A Keeper’s Tale! First of all, tell me about yourself! What do you write? I write epic fantasy with a more classic feel. My work is often called noblebright, which I like […]Read more "SPFBO Author Interview: JA Andrews “A Keeper’s Tale”"