Welcome to my tour stop for The Trials Of Ashmount, the first book in the Tragedy Of Cedain Series by John Palladino, hosted by Escapist Book Tours. I am so grateful to be part of The Escapist Book Tours and for getting the chance to review the book and 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.
Hey everyone! I feel like it has been ages since I did a TBR post. I stopped making TBR's because I wasn't following them, so it became rather redundant creating one. I am trying to have some order to my reading list, or at least I am attempting to bring a bit of order to it. I have an ambitious TBR for this month with two books I am reading for Escapist Book Tours, one another Indie /self-pub read. These three are my top priority and so I am hoping to get to them soon. I also have a few others that I am hoping to get to at least…
Here is my interview with the a new Indie/self-pub author Joshua Scott Edwards. Joshua's debut fantasy novel was one of my favorites of this year and I want everyone to go check it out. It is epic, imaginative and a perfect blend of genres that will appeal to readers across all genres.
Welcome to my tour stop for Nexus Point by K. Pimpinella 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 them out because they do an awesome job of introducing a lot of new titles mainly self pub and indie published SFF books.
A King's Radiance is a debut from Indie author L R Schulz. With the release of his new book, Schulz looks like he is going to be a permanent fixture in the book world and I am super excited. This book is for the YA+ audience. The story is set in the Kingdom of Zapour, and we follow three Glaive siblings who get separated by unfortunate circumstances. This is a story of familial love, friendship, and of course – justice! I have seen this title floating around Instagram quite a bit in the last couple of weeks. Also, I have heard good things from people I know and so obviously…
The Mid-year Freakout Book Tag was originally created by Chami. I didn't get tagged by anyone, but I thought this would be a cool and fun way to track all the books and characters that have made an impression on me.
Storm Front by Jim Butcher is the first book in the well-known and well-loved urban fantasy series, The Dresden Files. It has the feel of a noir fiction and follows Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden the only wizard PI of Chicago. I have heard good things about this series on Youtube and have been wanting to try it for some time. When the chance came in the form of a buddy read for the series, I jumped at the opportunity to dive right in.
Writing Reviews is what I do mostly on my blog, and because it makes up for majority of my content, I try to write reviews for all the books I read. Initially when I started my website, I used to read a book and review it straight after.
The Dragonbone Chair by Tad Williams is the first book in the YA epic series, Memory, Sorrow and Thorn. This is a classic fantasy series and has been known to be the inspiration for many of the more popular books. The story is set in the land of Osten Ard where the High King John Prester is dying, and his son Elias will take the throne. Osten Ard was a peaceful land under the rule of John Prester and will descend into chaos under his son Elias's reign. The world will no longer be at peace with strange things happening across the lands, and the realm will be threatened by…
Soulsmith by Will Wight is the second book in the Cradle series. We are buddy reading the whole series and had a blast reading Unsouled. While I was a bit slow to start, I still had a ton of fun reading it with our Goodreads group. Everyone had interesting things to say and new insights to provide. Highly recommend buddy reading fantasy series as it not only helps in discussing the book and ideas but also helps in catching up to elements that we might have missed or glossed over and also makes it easier to keep track of all the details.