This anthology, revolving around a crystal theme, contains works from some of our favorite historical fantasy, steampunk, and gaslamp authors. It gives you a really good peek into the novel worlds of each author contribution. Some may be familiar, some will be new to discover. Caught in Crystal is available now for pre-order and releases June …
This is a smart, exciting story that fools you into thinking it’s mundane and then demons, sorcerers, godlings, and all manner of terrifying creatures turn all those notions inside out and does it with a good dose of snarky humor.
This incredible author couldn’t remain our secret for long. (As though shouting about We Ride the Storm in 5 star reviews and the finalist status it has reached in SPFBO4 could keep something this good under wraps.)
This book takes the typical trope of the wayward, desperate, poor who topple the mightiest in power, and raises it to a whole new level.
A Spoiler Free look at a Fantastic Dark Fantasy Series I recently had the pleasure of reading this series back to back straight through and enjoyed every minute. This is a hidden gem and deserves much greater attention. I’ll present a bit on each below. Grimdark readers will enjoy this and I for one will …
A tragedy with a tiny spark of hope. This book will appeal to those who appreciate poetic allegory. I found the prose just swept me in and kept me totally invested. Although tragic and jarring, it is at once pain, horror, death, and hope.
A Special Package full of the thrills of Corin Hayes and a Surprise Cover Reveal for Back in Blue, Corin Hayes Book 4.
The Chasing Graves trilogy was released in its entirety, one volume at a time, within one hundred days. In times where we find that waiting years for the next book can be expected, Ben Galley has given us what readers crave. A complete trilogy in record time, and an excellent one at that.
A wonderful new addition the Yarnsworld collection in this haunting gem! This story is a very nice piece of creepy folklore set in the forest of the Magpie King. While the setting is from They Mostly Come Out at Night, it's a solid stand-alone novella. Best of all, it's free. It’s quite horrifying, as all good …
I found myself in tears at times both in sadness and happiness. The highs and lows are extreme. You cannot ask more from a book than that.