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Monday, March 28, 2022

Book review: Boy's Life by Robert McCammon


Book links: AmazonGoodreads

AUTHOR INFO: Robert Rick McCammon was a full-time horror writer for many years. Among his many popular novels were the classics Boy's Life and Swan Song. After taking a hiatus for his family, he returned to writing with an interest in historical fiction.

McCammon resides in Birmingham, Alabama. He is currently working on the eighth Matthew Corbett novel, The King of Shadows.

First published: 1991 Length: 624 pages Awards: Winner of the 1991 Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Novel, and 1992 World Fantasy Award for Best Novel.

Friday, March 25, 2022

Graphic Novel review: Rachel Rising by Terry Moore

 


Book links: Amazon, Goodreads

Official Author Info: Terry Moore is an American cartoonist, known for the series Strangers in Paradise, Rachel Rising, and the founding of Homage Comics.

Publisher: Abstract Studio Length: 42 issues collected in omnibus edition or seven volumes Art: Terry Moore

Thursday, March 24, 2022

FBC Video Interview Series: Authors & Their Favourite Books, Krystle Matar chats about David Gemmell’s STORMRIDER. (interviewed by Mihir Wanchoo)

 


Hello everyone, this is the ATFB series, Authors & Their Favourite Books.  This series is inspired by hearing about authors talk about what books inspired them to become wordsmiths in their own right.
 
Today we have with us Krystle Matar who has chosen David Gemmell’s STORMRIDER. We chatted about why Krsytle loves this book (and why we both love David Gemmell so much). What made David Gemmell such a special writer. Plus Krystle talks about how David Gemmell and Anthony Ryan helped her journey to become a fantasy author.... 
 
Therefore, it is my sincere hope that you enjoy this conversation and please feel free to let us know what you think either in the comments below or comments on the Youtube video.



Wednesday, March 23, 2022

The City of Dusk by Tara Sim - Review

 


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OFFICIAL AUTHOR BIO: Tara Sim is the author of the upcoming CITY OF DUSK (Orbit), as well as the SCAVENGE THE STARS duology (Little, Brown) and the TIMEKEEPER trilogy (Sky Pony Press). She can often be found in the wilds of the Bay Area, California.

When she’s not writing about magic, murder, and mayhem, Tara spends her time drinking tea, wrangling cats, and lurking in bookstores.

FORMAT/INFO: The City of Dusk was published by Orbit Books on March 22nd, 2022. It is 543 pages. It is told in third person POV from multiple characters, including Taesia, Nikolas, Risha, and Angelica. It is available in ebook, paperback, and audiobook formats.

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

FBC Video Interview Series: Authors & Their Favourite Books, Virginia McClain chats about Rebecca Roanhorse’s BLACK SUN. (interviewed by Mihir Wanchoo)

 


Hello everyone, this is the ATFB series, Authors & Their Favourite Books.  This series is inspired by hearing about authors talk about what books inspired them to become wordsmiths in their own right.
 
Today we have with us Virginia McClain who has chosen Rebecca Roanhorse’s BLACK SUN. We chatted about why Virginia loves this book (after liking her debut UF series) & why she’s so excited about the sequel FEVERED STAR. Plus Virginia chats about her successful Kickstarter for The Alchemy Of Sorrow anthology and more.... 
 
Therefore, it is my sincere hope that you enjoy this conversation and please feel free to let us know what you think either in the comments below or comments on the Youtube video.



Monday, March 21, 2022

Book review: The Circus Infinite by Khan Wong


Book links: Amazon, Goodreads

AUTHOR INFO: After a childhood and early adulthood spent searching for UFOs and attempting to activate psychic powers, Khan eventually moved out west where he built a career in the nonprofit arts, went to a lot of raves and punk shows alike, and eventually got involved with Burning Man culture and the west coast’s underground circus scene. He has played cello in an earnest folk rock duo, published poetry, been an internationally known hula hoop teacher and performer, and created performances incorporating storytelling, dance theater, and circus arts.

Publisher : ‎ Angry Robot (March 8, 2022) Page count: 436 p

SPFBO Finalist review: The Mortal Blade by Christopher Mitchell

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Book links: Amazon, Goodreads
FBC's Interview with Christoper

AUTHOR INFO: Christopher Mitchell is the author of the epic fantasy series the Magelands. Christopher’s first memory is of Elvis dying. His gran told him it was because he’d eaten too many cakes, and Christopher believed her. She also told him that there were fairies at the bottom of her garden, and he believed that too. He counts himself very fortunate to have a supportive wife and four beautiful children. He loves deserts, which is too bad as he lives in Scotland, but the mountains, glens and lochs more than make up for it. His other love is Greek Tragedy, especially Euripides, and he also reads history, science, fantasy, and pretty much anything about the Beatles…

Visit him at www.christophermitchellbooks.com

Publication Date: August 28, 2020 Publisher: Brigdomin Books Ltd Page Count: 496 Cover: Miblart

Sunday, March 20, 2022

SPFBO Finalist Interview: Christopher Mitchell, the author of The Mortal Blade


AUTHOR INFO: Christopher Mitchell is the author of the epic fantasy series the Magelands. Christopher’s first memory is of Elvis dying. His gran told him it was because he’d eaten too many cakes, and Christopher believed her. She also told him that there were fairies at the bottom of her garden, and he believed that too. He counts himself very fortunate to have a supportive wife and four beautiful children. He loves deserts, which is too bad as he lives in Scotland, but the mountains, glens and lochs more than make up for it. His other love is Greek Tragedy, especially Euripides, and he also reads history, science, fantasy, and pretty much anything about the Beatles…

Visit him at www.christophermitchellbooks.com

Publication Date: August 28, 2020 Publisher: Brigdomin Books Ltd Page Count: 496 Cover: Miblart

Friday, March 18, 2022

Cover Reveal: The Enchanter (Journals of Evander Tailor #1) by Tobias Begley

 


Today we have another exclusive cover reveal thanks to Tobias Begley and his fantasy debut. Firstly a bit about the author: “Tobias Begley is a physics graduate who decided that physics wasn't magical enough and took up writing fantasy, at least when he isn't busy with his two cats. He fell in love with fantasy at a young age, raised on a diet of mythology, Lord of the Rings, and Chronicles of Prydain. Driven by spite and far too much coffee, he took up writing to try and put out engaging fantasy stories with LGBT+ protagonists, a luxury he wishes he had growing up.”

Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Book review: Wild Seed (Patternist #1) by Octavia E. Butler

 


Book links: Amazon, Goodreads

OCTAVIA E. BUTLER (1947–2006) was the renowned author of numerous ground-breaking novels, including Kindred, Wild Seed, and Parable of the Sower. Recipient of the Locus, Hugo and Nebula awards, and a PEN Lifetime Achievement Award for her body of work, in 1995 she became the first science-fiction writer to receive the MacArthur Fellowship ‘Genius Grant’. A pioneer of her genre, Octavia’s dystopian novels explore myriad themes of Black injustice, women’s rights, global warming and political disparity, and her work is taught in over two hundred colleges and universities nationwide.

Genre: Sci-fi First Published: 1980 Page count: 321 

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