Tag Archives: fantasy

And here they are: #coverreveal for THE PRINCE’S HEIR and the re-covered PRINCE’S MAN #epicfantasy

Without further ado, here’s the gorgeous new cover for THE FIVE KINGDOMS book #1, THE PRINCE’S MAN I still love the original cover, but once book #4 is released I will also be putting all four together as a boxset, so they need to match. Besides, isn’t this new one gorgeous? And so to the […]

Excerpt and a (bit) more cover: THE PRINCE’S HEIR #EPICFANTASY

Now THE PRINCE’S HEIR is in the editing phase, I’m turning (some) of my attention to all that comes next, such as setting up a release schedule to include: cover reveal excerpts keeping tabs on timings for formatting and publishing on various platforms advertising schedule pre-orders (Amazon and ?) shares on other blogs updating ALL […]

#BookReview: THE FERRYMAN AND THE SEA WITCH by D. Wallace Peach #fantasy

In the midst of all the craziness going on around here: the building work, finishing up the climax of The Five Kingdom’s series, writing the outline for my commissioned equestrian book, getting annual accounts done super early to see if I am eligible for the government’s final COVID pay out, checking over the proofs for […]

#BookReview EPICENTRE by Chris Andrews #mermaids #fantasy

I hesitated about reviewing this book, but decided that even a 3 star review can be useful to an author – I felt I had enough positive to say to balance the negative to make it worth it, so here it is. Epicentre by Chris Andrews My rating: 3 of 5 stars Grace is a […]

#BookReview – WISP by Adele Marie Park #fantasy

I’m really busy with work just now, catching up on what could not be done during lockdown, but I’m also continuing to read (and write), so here is my latest book review: WISP by Adele Marie Park Blurb: Edra; a world where magic flourishes and where dark secrets are concealed by those who rule. Secrets […]

#BookReview:Venom of the Black Lotus by JC Nelson

One of the few upsides of the coronavirus lock down, is that I have more time to read. Having completed my move to the Scottish Highlands at what could not have been a better time (so much space, so few people), I am slowly unpacking, a bit at a time, and organising my stuff. I […]

#$0.99 #fantasy deals, and THE PRINCE’S PROTEGE’S first review is in! 5*

Fancy a new fantasy read? While THE PRINCE’S MAN is on sale, I joined a short (2 weeks) $0.99 promo for fantasy novels, so I thought I’d share it with you – there are some great-looking books in a range of fantasy sub-genres. Just click on the banner to take a look. I’m also delighted […]

Fantasy Sub-Genres

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Image: Pixabay When I finished my first book in the Pearseus universe, I was faced with an unexpected problem: everyone kept saying that identifying your genre was important. But my book crossed many genres. It was, essentially, a fantasy tale taking place in the future, with technology and a…

#NewRelease -THE HIDDEN CHILDREN by Reshma K.Barshikar #YA #magic

I’m sharing this new release today, because I think it sounds really interesting – hope you agree ~ Release Day Blitz ~ The Hidden Children (The Lost Grimoire #1) by Reshma K.Barshikar 13th November 2018 About the Book: ‘What price would you pay to be extraordinary? What would you do to speak to a butterfly?  […]

Quotations by J.R.R. Tolkien

Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing:
(https://en.wikipedia.org) All of the following quotations are by J.R.R. Tolkien “I have claimed that Escape is one of the main functions of fairy-stories, and since I do not disapprove of them, it is plain that I do not accept the tone of scorn or pity with…