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Friday, April 12, 2024

Hugh Howey's SPSFC 3 has picked Six Finalists!

 

Thursday, April 11, 2024

Review: Can't Spell Treason Without Tea by Rebecca Thorne

 


OFFICIAL AUTHOR BIO: Rebecca Thorne is an author of all things fantasy, sci-fi, and romantic. She is a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community, hails from sunny Arizona, and uses her ADHD as a superpower to write multiple books a year.

When she’s not writing (or avoiding writing), Rebecca can be found traveling the country as a flight attendant, hiking with her dogs, or basking in the sun like a lizard.
Tuesday, April 9, 2024

Review: Relics of Ruin by Erin M. Evans


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OFFICIAL AUTHOR BIO: Erin M. Evans is the author of seven Forgotten Realms novels for Wizards of the Coast, including the 2011 Scribe Award winner Brimstone Angels. In addition, she is the former editor of the Eberron novel line and has written fiction for the RPGs Shadow of the Demon Lord, Monarchies of Mau, and Aetaltis, as well as dialogue for the MMO TERA. Erin graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in anthropology and currently lives in the Seattle area with her husband and sons.
Monday, April 8, 2024

Review: That Time I Got Drunk and Saved a Human by Kimberly Lemming

 

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OFFICIAL AUTHOR BIO: Kimberly Lemming is on an eternal quest to avoid her calling as a main character. She can be found giving the slip to that new werewolf that just blew into town and refusing to make eye contact with a prince of a far-off land. Dodging aliens looking for Earth booty can really take up a girl's time.

But when she’s not running from fate, she can be found writing diverse fantasy romance. Or just shoveling chocolate in her maw until she passes out on the couch.
Thursday, April 4, 2024

The Weavers of the Alamaxa by Hadeer Elsbai (Reviewed by Shazzie)

 Book Review: The Weavers of the Alameda by Hadeer Elsbai


The Weavers of the Alameda by Hadeer Elsbai


Read Lukasz's review of The Daughter's of Izdihar here
Read Shazzie's review of The Daughter's of Izdihar here
Order The Weavers of Alamaxa here - U.S | U.K


OFFICIAL AUTHOR BIO: Hadeer Elsbai is an Egyptian-American writer and librarian. Born in New York City, she grew up being shuffled between Queens and Cairo. Hadeer studied history at Hunter College and later earned her Master’s degree in library science from Queens College, making her a CUNY alum twice over. Aside from writing, Hadeer enjoys cats, iced drinks, live theater, and studying the 19th century.


FORMAT/INFO: The Weavers of Alamaxa is the finale book of the Alamaxa Duology. It was published on March 19th, 2024 by Harper Voyager in harcover, ebook and audio formats in the U.S, and in paperback, ebook and audio by Orbit Books in the U.K.

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

Book review: Mushroom Blues by Adrian Gibson

Book review: Mushroom Blues by Adrian Gibson



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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: ADRIAN M. GIBSON is a Canadian author, podcaster and illustrator (as well as occasional tattoo artist). He was born in Ontario, Canada, but grew up in British Columbia. He studied English Literature and has worked in music journalism, restaurants, tattoo studios, clothing stores and a bevy of odd jobs. In 2021, he created the SFF Addicts podcast, which he co-hosts with fellow author M. J. Kuhn. The two host in-depth interviews with an array of science fiction and fantasy authors, as well as writing masterclasses.

Adrian has a not-so-casual obsession with mushrooms, relishes in the vastness of nature and is a self-proclaimed “child of the mountains.” He enjoys cooking, music, video games, politics and science, as well as reading fiction and comic books. He lives in Quito, Ecuador with his wife and sons.

Publisher: The Kinoko Book Co. (March 19, 2023) Length: 398 pages Formats: ebook, audiobook, paperback

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Cover Reveal: Blood Over Bright Haven by M.L. Wang (Del Rey edition)






We have a piece of HUGE news to share. One of our favorite books of 2023, Blood Over Bright Haven, by M.L. Wang was picked by Del Ray and will be republished in all formats on October 29, 2024. 
Wednesday, March 27, 2024

Review: The Trials of Empire by Richard Swan

 


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OFFICIAL AUTHOR BIO: Richard was born in North Yorkshire in the United Kingdom. He spent most of his early life on Royal Air Force bases in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, and attended St Peter's School in York as a boarder. He studied law at the University of Manchester, and spent most of the following ten years as a lawyer specialising in multi-million pound commercial disputes.

Between 2015 and 2018, Richard self-published THE ART OF WAR trilogy, a sequence of epic military space operas, as well as a number of prequels, novellas and short stories.

FORMAT/INFO: The Trials of Empire was published on February 6th, 2024 by Orbit Books. It is 544 pages and told from the first person POV of Helena. It is available in hardcover, ebook, and audiobook formats.
Tuesday, March 26, 2024

SPFBO 9 Finalist review: A Rival Most Vial by R.K. Ashwick

 


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: By day, R.K. Ashwick herds cats in the animation industry. By night, she writes, bakes, and herds her literal cat around her living room. She lives with her husband (and said cat) in California.

If you like fancy coats and silly ramblings, you can find R.K. on Tiktok and Instagram.

A Rival Most Vial links: AmazonGoodreads

SPFBO 9 Finalist Interview: R.K. Ashwick, The Author of A Rival Most Vial


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: By day, R.K. Ashwick herds cats in the animation industry. By night, she writes, bakes, and herds her literal cat around her living room. She lives with her husband (and said cat) in California.

If you like fancy coats and silly ramblings, you can find R.K. on Tiktok and Instagram.

A Rival Most Vial links: AmazonGoodreads

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