ARC Review: Legion That Was (The Ironbreakers #1) by Vijay Hare

Book Description The year is AD 12. A once-divided and riven Rome now prospers under the rule of its first Emperor, Caesar Augustus. But the Civil Wars have cast a long shadow, and men still remain who remember the Republic that came before the Empire. Gaius Sertor Orbus, Praefector of the Emperor’s XII Legion, isContinue reading “ARC Review: Legion That Was (The Ironbreakers #1) by Vijay Hare”

Indie Spotlight – Gabrielle Gagne-Cyr

Today on my blog I am delighted to be joined by Gabrielle Gagne-Cyr. Gabrielle Gagne-Cyr, author of The Theurgy of the Gods series, is a French Canadian who studied Digital Video Production and Psychology at Concordia University in Montreal. After working a few years as a counsellor at a youth centre, she somehow decided thatContinue reading “Indie Spotlight – Gabrielle Gagne-Cyr”

Illustration Showcase – Sairō’s Claw by Virginia McClain

Today I am excited to be sharing some illustrations of the main characters in Sairō’s Claw by Virginia McClain. Book Description An action-adventure fantasy romp featuring sword lesbians, sea battles, and a grumpy wolf spirit. Torako has done many things to protect the valley that she calls home, but she’s never looted a corpse before.Continue reading “Illustration Showcase – Sairō’s Claw by Virginia McClain”

What Remains – An Anthology by Inked in Gray

Today on my blog I have a Spotlight for an amazing anthology of short stories by several talented authors, called What Remains – including an excerpt and International giveaway. You may remember a while ago I helped with the Cover Reveal for this book and many people commented on what a great cover it was.Continue reading “What Remains – An Anthology by Inked in Gray”

From Merlin to Mistborn: A Discussion on Magic – Let’s Talk Mistborn!

Originally posted on Witty and Sarcastic Bookclub:
We’ve been discussing magic systems in fantasy books this week. There are so many different kinds of systems, some a little closer to the “classic” magic system found in earlier books, and others that are completely different. Today, Sue from the fantastic blog Sue’s Musings, gives a wonderfully…

Self-published Authors Appreciation Week – 4 Rascally Rogues of Writing

I featured some feisty female fantasy authors on Day 5 of Self-published Authors Appreciation Week, so now on Day 7 its the turn of some male authors. I hope nobody takes offence at being called a rascally rogue – it was the best collective alliteration I could come up with!! These are all authors fromContinue reading “Self-published Authors Appreciation Week – 4 Rascally Rogues of Writing”

Emma’s Fury by Linda Rainier

Today as part of Indie Authors Appreciation Week I am reviewing Emma’s Fury by Linda Rainier. Book Description After a brutal and unnatural death, Emma is reborn as a Fury, a descendant of the mythological deities who were tasked with the judgment of man. They are tasked with protecting the delicate balance between humans andContinue reading “Emma’s Fury by Linda Rainier”

Self-published Authors Appreciation Week – Carl Rackman

Today on Day 6 of Self-published Authors Appreciation Week I am bringing you a spotlight of another self-published author, whose books I read last year. So far I have read four out of five of his books. That is the largest number of self published books from any one author I have read (unless ShakespeareContinue reading “Self-published Authors Appreciation Week – Carl Rackman”

Self-published Authors Appreciation Week – Five Feisty Females of Fantasy

Today is Day 5 of Self-published Authors Appreciation Week and I am going to showcase five of my favourite female authors of fantasy. Firstly I hope nobody takes offense at being referred to as a feisty female of fantasy. It’s meant as a compliment…and because I like alliteration. Anyway let’s meet these fabulously fantastic feistyContinue reading “Self-published Authors Appreciation Week – Five Feisty Females of Fantasy”

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