Interview with Nicky Peacock – ‘Lost in Wonderland’

Today I’m interviewing Nicky, a published author of both YA and adult urban fantasy & horror. Monsters, serial killers, and imaginary friends—being a Wonderlander can be murder… If you want to know more about her exciting writing and publishing journey,…

The Bachelor gone wrong? – Review of ‘The Selection’ by Kiera Cass

The Selection has been quite a popular book a (very long) while ago, but it’s never too late to review it.  

Interview with Victor Catano – Tail & Trouble

Victor Catano has been writing since he was a kid, but Tail & Trouble is his first novel. If you enjoy comedy, fantasy and bulldogs, then you’ll surely love Victor’s debut. Know more about the author in this interview.

Interview with Darrell Drake – ‘A Star-Reckoner’s Lot’

Darrell Drake has published four books, with A Star-Reckoner’s Lot being the latest. Read the interview to find out where Darrell’s inspiration to write historical fantasy came from, and what makes his book different than what you are typically used to.

Review of ‘Nevernight’ – Jay Kristoff

This is a review of an advanced reader copy which has been provided by NetGalley (thanks NetGalley and the publisher) before the official release of the book. Please note that things might have changed since the book has been officially…

Review of ‘Under the Trees’ – Ashley Maker

Sometimes all you want to do is read a fairy tale, and believe in the good of the world – that good people can win, and that princesses live happily ever after. But make no mistake, Under the Trees is…

Pantsers vs. Plotters, by David Michael Williams

by David Michael Williams Once upon a time, the stories poured from my fingertips. Back in the early days of my Quest for Publication, I was equipped with naught but a trusty Pilot pen, a five-subject Mead notebook, and a…

Interview with Bryant Reil – Fantasy Author

Bryant became interested in Fantasy when he was four years old, after having watched a play where the main character had to retrieve a dragon’s tear. For years, he has been writing scripts for TV shows, stories, and even a…