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”

Monsters Around the World!

Welcome to today’s post – get your hiking boots on as we’re exploring jungles, caves and mountains on the search for monsters from all around the world. I’m excited to share an interview with the brilliant Margrét Helgadóttir to talk about her Monsters series with Fox Spirit Books. With her concluding book (Eurasian Monsters, ofContinue reading “Monsters Around the World!”

The Monster Week Indie Special

Hi everyone! Very excited today to amplify the voices of some passionate indie authors and hopefully add to your TBR piles. I’ll also be hosting some awesome giveaways over on twitter too! It’s important to me as a blogger to do my small part in helping to highlight authors who have decided to go theContinue reading “The Monster Week Indie Special”

Humanoid Monsters plus Call of the Wyld Review!

There’s something about a human monster that makes it just that little bit creepier. Perhaps it’s the suggestion of intelligence, or a motive other than just being a predatory beast, or perhaps its the lack of humanity within something that appears (sometimes only vaguely) human. Whatever the case, human monsters have been around since theContinue reading “Humanoid Monsters plus Call of the Wyld Review!”