Hey everyone!! Today’s video is a dedicated book review for Shadow Of The Winter Moon by Cam Sinclair. This was a crazy and twisted ride and is not for the faint-hearted. This debut novel is a filthy grimdark fantasy and sets the stage with the right tone, themes, style and characterizations for the upcoming books. Highly recommend checking it out if you enjoy reading dark fiction or dark fantasy..
Bookish Prompts is my internet version of a fun interview with other book lovers. Today's Bookish Prompts episode features Andrew, also known as The Fools Tale on Instagram and YouTube. Andrew is one of the wonderful people I met on bookstagram from the fantasy community. His bookstagram photos are incredible, and he recently launched a booktube with entertaining content and videos. He is a fantasy reader, and those of you who enjoy reading fantasy should definitely look into his content. He's also a writer and photographer, and I'll leave links to his work below for you to check out. I hope you find this interview interesting.
Hey everyone! How are you all doing? I have been a bit sick with heavy cold and throat congestion for couple of days now. This video was supposed to go up a week earlier. I know it is still late, but I am a lot busier these days and so getting videos recorded and edited has been difficult. Here are my responses and I hope you enjoy the video. Do leave your responses to the questions in the comment section, I would love to chat. Tag Creator- @ArielBissett Original Tag- https://youtu.be/wlKiCFTVmXI Let’s get into the video –
Welcome to my tour stop for A Bond Of Thread (The Mountain Fell #1) by Allegra Pescatore & JP Burniso, hosted by Escapist Book Tours. I am so grateful to be part of The Escapist Book Tours and for getting the chance to do a Q & A with the authors. Make sure to check The Escapist Book Tours out because they do an awesome job of introducing a lot of new titles mainly self pub and indie published SFF books.
Hey everyone! Hope you are all doing good. Today's video is going to be the October and November wrap-up. I managed to read 4 books in October and 5 books in November. My plans did change and so I had to make small adjustments. Here are my thoughts on all the books I read.
Slaughtered Gods is the 3rd and final book in The Hanged God Trilogy, and boy oh boy, what an ending this was! This book ended on a grand note and was the perfect finale for this remarkable series. It is impressive how Thilde has managed to carry this story forward and pull us in for the entire ride without losing the momentum or quality of the book. I am craving more Norse fiction now that I have finished this epic series. This series is one of the best, and one of the most underrated Norse fantasies out there in my opinion, and deserves all the love. I am actually shocked…
Hi everyone! Today's video is a dedicated book review for The Crew by Sadir S Samir. So I received the ebook from the author in exchange for an honest review. This was the most fun I have had in a while while reading a fantasy book. I was looking for something that was entertaining and fun and this delivered all of that and so much more. Hilarious and funny with lots of laugh out loud moments with the craziest bunch of characters you will ever meet to great non-stop action and a new world this book will entertain you from beginning to end. Make sure to check out my full review…
Bookish Prompts is my version of a fun interview with fellow book obsessed people on the internet. Today's episode of Bookish Prompts is with fellow Indian book blogger/booktuber/bookstagrammer Sonali better known as The Melodramatic Bookworm on all of her socials. Sonali is very well known in the Indian Booktube scene and has wonderful content across her platforms. She is an eclectic reader and has lot of book recommendations, book vlogs and book discussions. Her Coffee Talk episode on Youtube are quite interesting. Make sure check her content and hope you enjoy..
Welcome to my tour stop for Wistful Ascending (Hybrid Helix #1) by JCM Berne, hosted by Escapist Book Tours. I am so grateful to be part of The Escapist Book Tours and for getting the chance to do a Q & A with the author. Make sure to check The Escapist Book Tours out because they do an awesome job of introducing a lot of new titles mainly self pub and indie published SFF books.
Shackled Fates is a brilliant continuation of the epic Norse Saga in The Hanged God Trilogy. The more I read Thilde's work the more in love I am with her storytelling. This book starts from where we left off and can be seen in the way the chapters are numbered. I love that it feels like this one epic tale and I am pretty sure it will be talked about for years to come. It has that special quality and uniqueness that stands out and Thilde with this book has become an auto-buy author for me. It has that timeless and otherworldly sense to it.