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 …
Cluster by Jess Conwell is “Kevin Smith’s Clerks – but with 90% of the Gen-X cynicism replaced with honest emotion”
“There are plenty of books whose success I do not understand. The Martian is not one of those books. The Martian has such a simple premise it’s amazing that it wasn’t done earlier.”
The October Daye series is one I have re-read many times. Seanan McGuire straddles the line in her writing of expressive, and mysterious. I constantly want to know more about her characters. A Killing Frost is a perfect example of this.
“Unlike other novels in the October Daye series that are typically full of high adventure and blood feuds, in some cases with literal blood, this one speaks to the heart and soul of what makes October, October. Who she is.”
The world had changed. The world wasn’t changing back.
Neil Gaiman’s tall tale about a milk run that goes bonkers.