Audiobook+ Giveaway & Interview: Terry Maggert, Author of Heartborn

Everyone, please welcome Terry Maggert to the blog today. I really enjoyed his suspenseful YA angel novel, Heartborn. A big thank you to Jess at The Audio Book Worm for setting up this book tour. Swing by the tour page to catch more interview, reviews, giveaways, and guest posts. If your interested in the giveaway (and who … Continue reading Audiobook+ Giveaway & Interview: Terry Maggert, Author of Heartborn

Interview: Gary & George of Unsung Stories

Folks, please welcome the brains behind Unsung Stories, an indie SFF publisher based in London, UK. Unsung Stories publishes intelligent genre fiction – science fiction, fantasy, horror, speculative, steampunk, and importantly those works that blur the boundaries between these genres. Myths and beliefs that we would consider fiction or fantasy in modern literature once upon a … Continue reading Interview: Gary & George of Unsung Stories

Giveaway & Interview: Sabrina Zbasnik, Author of Dwarves in Space

Dear Darklings, please welcome Sabrina Zbasnik to the blog. She recently released her novel, Dwarves in Space, this past April and it looks thoroughly entertaining! We chat about MST3K, Chaucer, Halloween, and plenty more. Also, we have a giveaway! Sabrina is generously offering 2 ebook copies of Dwarves in Space. Scroll to the bottom for … Continue reading Giveaway & Interview: Sabrina Zbasnik, Author of Dwarves in Space

Around the Blogosphere January 2015

First, Brandon Sanderson's Book 2 in the Reckoners series, Firefight, is out today! Hooray! And if you are an audiobook fan, here is a clip of the audio. MacLeod Andrews is quickly becoming one of my favorite narrators. Audible Blurb: Newcago is free. They told David it was impossible, that even the Reckoners had never … Continue reading Around the Blogosphere January 2015

Interview: Selah Janel, Author of Olde School

Everyone, please clap eyes together for Selah Janel! We chat about a ton of stuff in this interview, ranging from comics (Batgirl, Sandman) to books (American Gods, Ray Bradbury), to Welcome to Night Vale, along with lots of other interesting bits. Enjoy! What book should be made into a game (card, PC, board, etc.) and … Continue reading Interview: Selah Janel, Author of Olde School

My Book Loves of 2013

Here is a post in which I gush about my favorite books of 2013. Out of the roughly 133 books I read this year, these are the ones that really stand out on reflection for one reason or another. Feel free to scroll until you see something interesting.Stardust by Neil GaimanA reread, and a read … Continue reading My Book Loves of 2013

Coraline by Neil Gaiman and P. Craig Russell

Why I Read It: Love Neil Gaiman's work. Where I Got It: The Library Who I Recommend This To: Perhaps other Gaiman fans would enjoy it. Publisher: HarperCollins (2008) Length: 186 pages This is the graphic novel based on Neil Gaiman's Coraline, the kid's book that was turned into an animated movie (which was my … Continue reading Coraline by Neil Gaiman and P. Craig Russell

Stardust: Book or Movie?

As you know, Stainless Steel Droppings recently hosted a read along for Neil Gaiman's Stardust (Part I, Part II). With that complete, some of us thought it would be fun to watch the movie and do a comparison post of the two. What follows are my babblings. There are spoilers with rude manners and no … Continue reading Stardust: Book or Movie?

Stardust by Neil Gaiman

Why I Read It: Stainless Steel Droppings was hosting an awesome read along. Where I Got It: Own it. Who I Recommend This To: Looking for an inordinary fairie tale? Check this one out. Narrator: Neil Gaiman Publisher: Harper Audio (2006) Length: 6 hours 27 minutes Tristran is a fairly average young  man on the … Continue reading Stardust by Neil Gaiman

Stardust Read Along Part II

Welcome back everyone. This week's post takes us through the second half of Neil Gaiman's Stardust (Chapters 6-END). Make sure to swing by our wonderful host Carl's place over at Stainless Steel Droppings to read his thoughts on the book and catch everyone else's link. From here on out there will be spoilers folks.1.  In … Continue reading Stardust Read Along Part II