Hello fellow readers! This is a completely new experience for me as I launch my blog into the vortex that is the internet, but it should be a fun ride. If you will indulge me for a little bit, I will talk about what the purpose of this site is and what you can expect from me moving forward.
Over the years, I have grown to love the SFF community and the plethora of ideas and stories this genre has to offer. Being a avid consumer of youtube, reditt, and goodreads reviewers for SFF such as: Daniel Green, Mikesbookreviews, and Petrik, I was inspired to try and do my own book reviews.
There are so many great blogs and booktube channels out there that are great at what they do, so I’m choosing to do something a bit different. In the past ten years, the indie publishing space has exploded with many well known authors today launching their works themselves and having great success. Some of these authors include: Evan Winter – Rage of Dragon’s, Will Wight – The Cradle Series, Rob Hayes – Never Die (Among Others) etc… For every success story like these, there are also hundreds of other authors waiting for that one push to launch there novels to a bigger audience. I am not that big push yet, but I can help them get to the starting line. What will ultimately push the novel up the charts are you lovers of SFF supporting these works and giving them more scope in this community.
I will also be reviewing several of my favorite works that have either been looked over by the community of deserving of a bigger audience. A great example of this is John Gwynne’s Faithful and the Fallen series. I read this series when it first came out in 2012 and I have been pushing for this work to be loved and reviewed by the SFF as I believe it is a masterpiece. This series only really started to gain a much bigger following a year ago when several booktubers starting reviewing Malice and the rest is history.
Authors give their life and soul to make their writing dream a reality. As far a I’m concerned, my dream is to make these writers dreams a reality anyway I can, one blog review at a time. I hope you will join me on this adventure.
Doing your best to avoid the band of theieves, you make good progress along the side-paths, but some idiot is making a lot of noise nearby. If he’s caught you will surely be caught too. You find him and tell him about the theieves. “I know,” he says. “I want to attract them. They’re the only ones that can stand up to the Queen. Perhaps they can help me save my brother?” You convince him to stop trying to attract the theieves’ attention and go find someone else who can help. Before you can complete your own quest, you must help him find the justice living in a room above the Wizard’s Forge.