“When you read Storytellers, you step in the author’s love of Iceland, both of its immense rugged harshness and beauty. I have heard it referred to as fantasy-adjacent, and that is an apt description, for this is undoubtedly a fantastical story that can only be told from an author like Bjørn.”
Review Story Reviews “We shouted foul things never uttered before on Earth, things our minds had no way of processing.” About “Short, monthly correspondence detailing the arcane mysteries of a nameless town” written as a serial collection of stories. You can find the stories here. My Thoughts Small Town Grievances by Jack Vening is a hilarious book of bullet point …
Review of Bill and Ted Face the Music. Be excellent to each other. And party on, dudes.
“Radio by J Rushing is an interesting two-headed beast of a book.”
G.M Nair Reviews Her Crown of Fire by Renee April. “…But when fire suddenly obeys her every command and her dreams predict the future…”
Check out William Ray’s New Cover for Shadow Debt – A Tale of the Verin Empire
A Review of Orconomics, by J. Zachary Pike.
Raymond St. Elmo, author of Quest of the Five Clans series, and The Origin of Birds in the Footprints of Writing, is interviewed by Ryan Howse
This Weekly Blog Roundup on Before We Go Blog includes our reviews from G.M Nair, Ryan Howse, and Myself as well as info on Self Published Fantasy Month.
Review Book Reviews How Do You Kill A Shadow? 4/5 The First of Shadows by Deck Matthews Purchase Here How the twilight fades, The drying tears of our forgotten misery; Shadows lengthen, Rusted swords, Spewing from the mouth of yesterday. – From “The White Letters” ― Deck Matthews, The First of Shadows About How do you kill a shadow? As …