Good Riddance, 2016

Happy New Year! 2016 is almost over, thank fuck, and 2017 is just around the corner. So I thought I'd do a year in review.  The Good As much as 2016 was full of shit (more on that later), some good things did happen this year.  I published a book. Yes, finally! Weltanschauung was published [...]

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Wise Phuul by Daniel Stride

Ryan Collins reviews Wise Phuul by Daniel Stride. Many thanks to the author for providing a free review copy. Walking corpses and black-market liquor: the quiet life. Telto Phuul, Necromancer and Library Clerk, likes his days safe and predictable. Not for him the intrigues of the Viiminian Empire, a gothic monstrosity held together by sheer force [...]

The Shattered Crown by J.W. Webb

I review The Shattered Crown by J.W. Webb. 'You ride into peril, Corin an Fol!' Those are the words of the witch at the ford. Corin an Fol, mercenary, brawler, womaniser and drinker, ignores them and thus finds himself caught in a tangled web of sorcery, intrigue and dark prophesy.  When the High King is [...]

The Emblem Throne by Jeffrey L. Kohanek

James McStravick reviews The Emblem Throne by Jeffrey L. Kohanek. Journey on a magical quest to save the world... As they strive to become Masters within the Ministry, Brock and his friends resume their training at the Academy, an institution founded on magic, science, knowledge, law, and combat. They soon discover an expansive web of conspiracies and [...]

Ask The Author: A J Dalton

Metaphysical fantasy author A J Dalton drops by The Bandwagon to talk about his writing process. A J Dalton (the ‘A’ is for Adam) has been an English language teacher as far afield as Egypt, the Czech Republic, Thailand, Slovakia, Poland and Manchester University. He has lived in Manchester since 2003, but has a conspicuous [...]

Good As Gone by Amy Gentry

I review Good As Gone by Amy Gentry. Many thanks to the author, publisher & NetGalley for providing a review copy. Thirteen-year-old Julie Whitaker was kidnapped from her bedroom in the middle of the night, witnessed only by her younger sister. Her family was shattered, but managed to stick together, hoping against hope that Julie is [...]

The Thunder Beneath Us by Nicole Blades

I review The Thunder Beneath Us by Nicole Blades. Many thanks to the author for providing a review copy. To the world, Best is a talented writer rising up at an international style magazine, girlfriend of a gorgeous actor, and friend to New York City's most fabulous. Ten years ago, Best and her two older [...]