Are you a fan of pop culture? Do you love when your books refer to your favorite things in veiled or outright terms? In Worldshaper, the first book of Edward Willett's new fantasy portal series, you get seamless current world references woven into new worlds.
The Man in the High Castle meets Pacific Rim - if that doesn't catch your attention I don't know what will. That's the underlying presence behind Mecha Samurai Empire by Peter Tieryas.
Fantasy and magic and a phoenix? If any (or all) of that is of interest to you, we've got a new book for you to check out! This week, I'm sharing thoughts on a debut: The Late Great Wizard is the first book (and the first of a new contemporary fantasy series) from Sara Hanover.
If you're a fan of creative, gritty, and dark fantasy books and have not yet read Blackwing from Ed McDonald, you are missing out. Blackwing was the first in McDonald's Raven's Mark series. The second book, Ravencry, is available on August 21, 2018. In advance of it's release, I had the opportunity to ask Ed about the Misery, ravens, and geek loves.
Have a look at your bookshelves. Do you have any books there that you are willing to part with for an activity that makes the world a library? Welcome to Books On The Run!
With camp on the horizon, we had a chance to talk to Seanan McGuire about her own geek loves and camp experiences, plus The Girl in the Green Silk Gown!
Are you a fan a vampires and the urban paranormal worlds filled with supernatural creatures? Do you hate starting a series in the middle and feeling like you’re behind? If you answered yes to one or both of those questions, then you’ll want to pick up Chloe Neill’s latest. She has returned to the world of the Chicagoland Vampires with the first in a brand-new series, Wild Hunger, available from Berkeley Publishing on August 14.
In 1952, Sparrow Hill Road was the site of Rose Marshall's death. Rose has been walking the ghost roads ever since and she's been called [...]
It’s been four years since we’ve seen a new escapade from Harry Dresden in the paranormal filled Chicago, Illinois created by Jim Butcher. But as of June 5, 2018, fans can dive back into that world with Brief Cases, a new short fiction collection from the Dresden Files.
Let's talk about March's OwlCrate: Across the Galaxy. I would like to preface this post with the fact that I cried while opening this box. I know I have said it in the past but this was my favorite OwlCrate by far! Two things you should know about me. I love the color purple and I am obsessed with galaxy print things. This box made all of my purple/galaxy print dreams come true.
Recently, I took a look at my TBR and was shocked that I had more books on that list than on my read list. My thirst for new books has clearly outgrown my reading capabilities and I should probably take a look at it.
Another month and another amazing box from the folks over at OwlCrate! This month’s theme, Hidden Worlds, was waitlisted early in the month of January. With the promise of another anticipated box and an item that has never been a part of an OwlCrate box before, they certainly did not disappoint their wide subscriber base. Another theme from last month that carried over was exclusives! All but one item in the box was designed specifically for this OwlCrate box. Let's see what was inside!
March 6 is a big day in the world of fantasy fiction. Two fabulous new entries, Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs (Alpha & Omega #5) and Lake Silence by Anne Bishop (The World of the Others), will be released into the world. Both are definitely worth reading.
This month’s OwlCrate, Fearsome Fairy Tales, was highly anticipated and sold out in record time back in mid-December. With shows like Grimm, Once Upon a [...]