Victor Catano has been writing since he was a kid, but Tail & Trouble is his first novel. If you enjoy comedy, fantasy and bulldogs, then you’ll surely love Victor’s debut. Know more about the author in this interview.
by Arthur M. Doweyko Science Fiction and Fantasy thrive on the imagination and creativity of the author. To tell a compelling tale one often looks to a variety of sources for inspiration. One of those is cryptozoology—the study of cryptids. This branch of science focuses on creatures that have thus far eluded capture and therefore cannot be proved to …
I haven’t participated in a Tuesday Talks for a while, but here’s my chance to make it up. This week’s topic: Have you read a book where you feel the Author missed the opportunity to write something more interesting? ‘Tuesday Talks’ has been started by Janie @Goodreads. And you too can join here.
Darrell Drake has published four books, with A Star-Reckoner’s Lot being the latest. Read the interview to find out where Darrell’s inspiration to write historical fantasy came from, and what makes his book different than what you are typically used to.
August was a pretty busy month, so much work (and so much play too). As always, I haven’t read nearly as much as I wanted to. And, as always, that didn’t stop me from buying new books. Surprisingly enough, I’ve managed to keep my purchases to a minimum.
Loren Walker has written stories since she was a little girl. In this interview, her passion for fantasy and science-fiction shines through while she talks about the first book on her debut series, EKO.
Have you ever wondered how would it feel if you knew that today was the last day of your life? If death was planned, rather than unexpected? Would have you lived differently?
Whether you are an indie or published author, you know by now how important reviews are. Genuine ones. It might be tempting at some point to pay for someone to write a flawlessly positive review of your book. In these times of self-doubt, what you should do is think for a while, and remember what made you start writing in …
This is a review of an advanced reader copy which has been provided by NetGalley (thanks NetGalley and the publisher) before the official release of the book. Please note that things might have changed since the book has been officially released.
by Dane Cobain Hi, folks! My name’s Dane Cobain and I’m a UK-based author and poet, and today I’m swinging by with a quick guest post to talk to you about anthologies. An anthology is basically a collection of writing from different authors, often taking the form of a short story collection. They can be a great way to introduce …
Michael Chatfield is an accomplished Science Fiction author who has written a series of novels called The Free Fleet. His latest book, War’s Reward, is the latest in The Free Fleet Series and it has just been released this month. So this was the perfect opportunity to interview the author and know a bit more of what is behind his inspiration.
July, the month of my birthday, has gone really fast. So here I am, one year older, and with many new books. As always, I will leave all the comics stuff to my blog with Fenrile, and will be displaying here only books and occasionally volumes and graphic novels.