Review: Wicked As You Wish by Rin Chupeco

I’ll be honest, I read Wicked As You Wish last summer, nearly a year ago. But I couldn’t not write a review, right? I think Rin Chupeco needs more recognition, and this is the first book I’m reviewing of her, The Bone Witch patiently waiting for when I have a little more time. Still, without Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Anthea Sharp

Anthea Sharp Growing up on fairy tales and computer games, Anthea Sharp has melded the two in her award-winning, bestselling Feyland series, which has sold over 150k copies worldwide. In addition to the fae fantasy/cyberpunk mashup of Feyland, she also writes Victorian Spacepunk, and fantasy romance. Her books have won awards and topped bestseller lists, Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Jesse Nolan Bailey

Jesse Nolan Bailey I’ve always wanted to be an author. Growing up, I spent much of my free time devouring fantasy and sci-fi stories, and dreamed of one day joining my favorite authors up on the bookshelves. In 2020, that dream became a reality. I published my debut novel, The Jealousy of Jalice, the first Read More

Review: The Beautiful Ones by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Thank you to Netgalley and Jo Fletcher for an ARC of The Beautiful Ones. Below is my honest opinion. Last year, I read Gods of Jade and Shadow and Mexican Gothic back to back and fell in love with Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s writing. The Beautiful Ones is a continuation of that love. Still very different from Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Marina Ermakova

Marina Ermakova I’m the author of the urban fantasy/post-apocalyptic novel Terrestrial Magic and the YA epic fantasy novel Chains Carried on Wings. Aside from being a huge fantasy geek and a writer, I have a PhD in genetics, as well as bachelors degrees in molecular biology and history–yeah, I know, they go together so well. Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Olga Gibbs

Olga Gibbs Olga Gibbs is a British novelist, a mental health expert who has experience of working with disturbance in adolescents and young people. Using her Masters in Creative Writing, she explores taboo topics such as borderline personality and social effective disorder, effects of abuse and insecure attachment in young people and the inner world Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Joyce Chng

I’m always looking for more awesome Asian authors, so I was glad when Joyce Chng reached out to me. She has written a ton of fantasy stories, some with dragons, some without. But I’m sure all of them are great. With so many different series and subgenres within fantasy, she’s sure to have at least Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: KM Jackways

K. M. Jackways Kim was born in New Zealand and travelled to far-off places, mostly in her mind. After a massive earthquake, she and her family spent a year speaking French (badly) and exploring the South of France. The cobbled streets and vivid history spurred her to start writing. Her fiction has been published in Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Patrick Samphire

I first read a story (A Spy In The Deep) by Patrick Samphire in The Underwater Ballroom Society and became an instant fan of his work. I followed my reading with The Dinosaur Hunters, and when I heard he was working on an epic fantasy novel, I was so excited. Shadow Of A Dead God Read More