Covers and Amazon

One of the coolest feelings of being a book blogger is getting your words on Amazon pages or on the covers of books that you love. I’ve been doing this for about ten months now and am not doing too bad. I don’t really follow my reviews but I have been made aware I have made Amazon pages for Brian Staveley, Chris Sharp, and John Gwynne. But, being on covers for books that I really enjoyed is so cool. Such as…




It rules. Bloggers, most you guys write better than me, have more friends, are more eloquent. Keep at what you do because the rewards are out there. Plus, I love reading your reviews.

Peace y’all. x



My top 20 songs of all time

I know this is a book blog but I woke up early and was bored so I thought this exercise would be fun although horrendously difficult. My favourte 20 songs in no particular order are as follows. I recommend checking them out. This will be cool to do and I promise that I will go back to book related stuff next time. 🙂

Extol – Undeceived (Death Metal)

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Fantasy Book Review’s #spfbo top 4 picks for the cover contest finals.

If you haven’t heard of #SPFBO then look here for all the best links compiled together for this years contest at: http://mark—

If you didn’t know, this contest is run by the fantasy writer and the legend that is Mark Lawrence (Prince of Thorns, Prince of Fools, Red Sister). (more…)

My favourite books that I read before I started reviewing.

I started reading books as a major hobby approximately 5 years ago. I started reviewing about 9 months ago. The following 15 books, in no order, are some of my all time favourites that I read before my reviewing days. I will hopefully come back to re-read and then review them sometime soon. Until then…

Marc Morris ~ Edward I – A Great and Terrible King
History – Goodreads rating – 5-stars

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The top fantasy debut releases of 2017

Hi, all. This list is in no particular order. The first seven are books I have read and the remaining four are books that I NEED to read. I decided a top eleven was the best way to go for this article as I didn’t want to omit a quality release. I believe that the majority of these books will become benchmarks of quality in the fantasy fiction genre. You heard it here first gang. x (more…)

The Nintendo Book Tag

theI enjoy doing these “tag” posts about once a month and I love Nintendo so this was a perfect match.

1. NES (Nintendo Entertainment System): A classic you want to read


There were a few contenders for this accolade. The winner is Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. Notable mentions go to Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night and Zamyatin’s We. All three are books waiting on my Kindle to be read in the next few months.

2. SNES (Super Nintendo): A sequel you liked more than the first (can be the second book in a series)


A trip down memory lane here but until Summer 2012 I didn’t really read. I remembered being 7-years-old at my grandad’s house and I reflected that he had and loved The Dark Tower books. This was my first foray into fantasy and where The Gunslinger was very average, I thought this was brilliant in every way. (more…)