Indie Spotlight 2: SPFBO 2017

Hello again. Another week, look at the competition. Er...I mean another batch of fantasy novels from the Self-Publishing Fantasy Blog-Off. A chance to take a peek at the wonderful, diverse world of Indie Publishing and Fantasy. This week: gods, thieves, superpowers, and haunted furniture... Talent Storm Kindle Edition by Brian Terenna  Hundreds of years after the... Continue Reading →

Into the Heart of Talis (Chronicles of Talis Prequel) Available: Read Chapter 1 Here

Into the Heart of Talis is out today! Sound the drums!  Witches and spies, magic and explosions! It is now available on Amazon, iBooks, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble. Two hundred years have passed since the Witches were driven from Talis. Two hundred years of bitterness and exile, but at last their time has come. Leonora has... Continue Reading →

Lincoln’s Bodyguard by T.J. Turner

T.J. Turner's Lincoln's Bodyguard is an alternate history adventure story set in an antebellum world where Lincoln survived John Wilkes Booth's assassination attempt and has presided over a restive South engaging in guerrilla warfare. By an accident of scheduling, I find myself reading and reviewing two alternate history novels in a row. Turner is playing in one... Continue Reading →

Joe Steele by Harry Turtledove

Harry Turtledove's Joe Steele is an alternate history of the United States stretching from the Great Depression to the 1950s in which a version of Stalin who had immigrated to the United States becomes President instead of FDR. Turtledove is the prolific master of alternate history having written over fifty novels in the genre in... Continue Reading →

The Whispering Swarm by Michael Moorcock

Michael Moorcock's The Whispering Swarm is part autobiography and part sprawling literary fantasy. Moorcock is a giant of the genre whose contributions stretch, like his fictional counter part, from the pulp science fiction of the 1950s to the New Wave and beyond. His concept of the Eternal Champion has inspired generations of imitators and his... Continue Reading →

Walking the Labyrinth by Lisa Goldstein

Lisa Goldstein's Walking the Labyrinth is an atmospheric fantasy that incorporates a wide-array of influences from vaudeville to spiritualism and secret societies to classical mythology and witchcraft. Molly Travers is one of the last living descendants of the Allalie family, once an infamous group of vaudeville magicians. Her life changes when she's approached by John... Continue Reading →

The Eterna Files by Leanna Renee Hieber

Leanna Renee Hieber's The Eterna Files is an alternate history fantasy set at the end of the 19th Century. Following her husband's assassination, Mary Todd Lincoln created a secret branch of government tasked with finding immortality. Almost twenty years later, the eclectic group of scientists, spiritualists, and mediums made a breakthrough—the so-called 'Eterna Compound,' but... Continue Reading →

After Me Comes the Flood by Sarah Perry

Sarah Perry's The After Me Comes the Flood is a lyrical dreamlike debut. An exercise in atmosphere and misdirection, it is short on incident yet mesmerizingly compelling. Nothing is ever quite as it seems and a sense of the uncanny hovers over events without ever becoming concrete. That is the source of the novel's greatest... Continue Reading →

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