This was an advanced reader copy for the June 2018 publication. There are spoilers ahead. Title: City of Bastards (traitor in a foreign land) Author: Andrew Shvarts Stars: ★★★ Having received an advanced copy, I debated not reading this one as I hadn't read the first, but the idea of it buzzed around my brain. What would … Continue reading Review: City of Bastards
Aesthetic Boards - the glorious mashing of images to create a thematic storyboard. Tumblr is full of them. Instagram too - and I might just have tumbled down the rabbit hole a bit late. Either way, I'm hooked. However, as I created a board for my debut, High Summons, I realized how far my main character, Jon … Continue reading High Summons
This review does not contain spoilers! Please keep them out of the comments as well. Title: Pinnacle Author: Lynn Veevers Stars: ★★★ Like I said on Monday, authors tend to prefer a particular letter. For Lynn, that seems to be K names. I enjoyed the prologue, but beware - the tone changes dramatically. While this is completely understandable … Continue reading Review: Pinnacle
This Sunday, I woke up to some fantastic news from #PitProm #TeamFantasy member, Stuart White! He's been acquired by the Belcastro Agency!! Please enjoy this fantastic interview and join us in congratulating Stuart!! Who is Stuart White? Too old for Hogwarts, too few midi-chlorians to become a Jedi, too tall for a hobbit, too … Continue reading Author Interview: Stuart White!
On the blog this week, I’m featuring #PitProm Winner and #TeamFantasy Queen, Jamie Rusovick-Smith! Jamie Rusovick-Smith is a brilliant author, and the #PitProm team has their fingers crossed that we’ll see her exciting young adult fantasy, The Burn Kingdom, in print someday soon! Twitter Pitch: FROSTBLOOD+LABRYINTHLOST Mother Nature made fire-wielding Azara to end the world. Instead she … Continue reading Author Interview: Jamie Rusovick-Smith