Hidden Gems Issue #6

You’re probably familiar with this feature by now. Could one of these books be your new favourite read? The Blood of the Spear Mark Timmony Two brothers. One prophecy. A world in peril. When Kaiel loses his chance to become part of the legendary Daemon Hunters, joining the Bronze Guard mercenaries seems like the logicalContinue reading “Hidden Gems Issue #6”

The Norsevember Badge Collection

After the success of the SFF badge collection 2021, I am pleased to present something new for this year’s Norsevember; the Norsevember Badge Collection! It’s a way to add a little something extra to the event that encourages people to take part but also benefit from it and learn new things. I hope you likeContinue reading “The Norsevember Badge Collection”

Why I think you should check out self published SFF!

Hi people. Today I’m here to tell those of you that only read the big releases from publishers – you keep on doing only that if you want to. But I’m also here to tell you that there are a world of books by self published authors that are just as good. Ok, Alex –Continue reading “Why I think you should check out self published SFF!”

Hidden Gems Issue #4

Hi folks, it’s time for another issue of Hidden Gems – the feature where you can find some unique and interesting indie books you’d perhaps never heard of. Who knows, they could be your next fave! My Fatal Futility: Shellshock N. J. M. Hemfrey In a neo-Japanese inspired future, comes a cyberpunk epic with aContinue reading “Hidden Gems Issue #4”

It’s Windborn’s Release Day!

Today marks the release of Alex Bradshaw’s debut novel, Windborn. I’m here to give you a little info about the book as well as my thoughts so far. A review will be coming very soon! The reason for the spotlight is life got unexpectedly busy over the last couple of weeks and I didn’t quiteContinue reading “It’s Windborn’s Release Day!”

Old Norse For Modern Times – Review

A fun and humorous little book that is a must for fans of Norse history and myth, though might be limited in its appeal to others. Authors – Ian Stuart Sharpe, Joshua Gillingham, Dr. Arngrímur Vídalín. Pages – 102 Old Norse For Modern Times is another Norse Gem from Outland Entertainment, written by Ian StuartContinue reading “Old Norse For Modern Times – Review”

Monsters and Mythology: a chat with Cait Reynolds and Susana Imaginário

Hello and welcome to the final day of Monster Week. I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing a few monsters over the last 6 days and hopefully added a few things to your TBR list too! There’s still a giveaway draw later today, as well as another few giveaways announced relating to this week to come inContinue reading “Monsters and Mythology: a chat with Cait Reynolds and Susana Imaginário”