Tag Archives: Novels

StoryBundle: Pay What It’s Worth (To You) Book Buying System – Epic Fantasy Bundle

StoryBundle is a system that allows readers to pick up bulk bundles of books at a set-your-own-price cost. March’s bundle is an epic fantasy bundle including (but not limited to) bestselling authors Neil Gaiman, Brandon Sanderson, David Farland, and Kristine Kathryn Rusch. In total, the bundle includes nine different epic fantasy novels. Using StoryBundle is simple:… Read more »

New Release: Gilded by Christina Farley (YA Contemporary Fantasy)

  Christina Farley has released her debut novel Gilded, which is book 1 of her series The Gilded, published by Skyscape. Sixteen-year-old Jae Hwa Lee is a Korean-American girl with a black belt, a deadly proclivity with steel-tipped arrows, and a chip on her shoulder the size of Korea itself. When her widowed dad uproots… Read more »

Flashback Friday Feature: Emerald House Rising by Peg Kerr (Trad Fantasy)

On this flashback friday feature, we zip back to 1997, to take a look at Peg Kerr’s Emerald House Rising. Released as a mass market paperback, this novel targets a female audience, although it’s a suitable read for most ages and both genders. Jena is the daughter and only child of Collas the Gemcutter, jeweler… Read more »

Viral News: Huffington Post Writer Bashes Rowling. The Fantasy Community Strikes Back

In a textbook case of one author exploding over another author’s success and popularity, Huffington Post (UK) writer and four-time novelist Lynn Shepard entreats Harry Potter author JK Rowling to cease writing books for the sake of writers everywhere. In the piece, titled If JK Rowling Cares About Writing, She Should Stop Doing It, Shepard discusses why… Read more »

The Future Fire Review Group

Finding reviews of new books — especially indie books — can be a trying task. The Future Fire is a small press and indie reviewing group dedicated to creating thoughtful, engaging reviews of fantasy and science fiction books of all sub-genres. Unlike many review groups, which will avoid controversial subjects, the Future Fire takes a… Read more »