Publisher: Daw Books

March 21, 2018

Author Interview with Cass Morris

Author Interview with Cass Morris

Good morning, Knights! Today Cass Morris was kind enough to stop by the blog and do a quick interview with me about her upcoming book From Unseen Fire (out April 17, 2017 from Daw Books)! I think y’all are going to love this interview so make sure to check it out (below) and read more about From Unseen Fire at the end of […]

November 14, 2017

Author Interview with Joshua Palmatier

Author Interview with Joshua Palmatier

Happy Tuesday, my bookish friends! Today is the release of the omnibus edition of his Throne of Amenkor trilogy! You can now get all three books in one! Want to know more? Keep reading! All About Joshua You wrote a book! That’s pretty awesome. Why don’t you tell us a bit about what inspired The Skewed Throne? The base concept […]

November 2, 2017

Mini Review – The Skewed Throne by Joshua Palmatier

Mini Review – The Skewed Throne by Joshua Palmatier

What is it with fantasies selling a great concept but failing to create a memorable and intriguing read? When I received an omnibus edition of the Throne of Amenkor series (this being the first book), I got really excited. If you didn’t read the synopsis, go do that then come back because it sounds like if Arya from A Game of Thrones had […]

July 5, 2017

Review – Heroine Complex by Sarah Kuhn

Review – Heroine Complex by Sarah Kuhn

I never thought I’d be reading a book about superheroes… sorry, superheroines… and I didn’t think it would be anything like Heroine Complex. I guess I was expecting lots of action and big epic battles, awesome superpowers, all that jazz. Instead, I read a book that was fabulously down-to-earth and just felt real (despite all the demon things running around the city […]

July 4, 2017

Review – A Fading Sun by Stephen Leigh

Review – A Fading Sun by Stephen Leigh

So. From my understanding, A Fading Sun, is a play on history and mythology, combining the likes of Boudica, a Celtic queen, and her battles mixed with the paranormal. Which is pretty awesome because Boudica is seriously cool as a historical figure and one I don’t see represented, even loosely, in fiction very often. But… that’s where my excitement started to […]

July 1, 2017

Review – The Cityborn by Edward Willett

Review – The Cityborn by Edward Willett

I’ve finally read a dystopian that I’ve enjoyed. Well, I suppose it’s technically sci-fi but it FELT like a dystopian with the whole world-ending, have to overthrow the government vibes. The Cityborn is told from the alternating perspectives of Alania, raised on the highest tier of the city, and Danyl, raised quite literally in the trash well below the floating metal […]

June 25, 2017

Review – The Witchwood Crown by Tad Williams

Review – The Witchwood Crown by Tad Williams

Goodness this was a long book. It’s probably the first massive fantasy I’ve tackled in a long time and I’ve learned that my reading tastes have changed since the last time around. The Witchwood Crown continues the story of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, starting a couple decades later with characters new and old. I haven’t read the first series in this […]