Poker Kingdom I: The smile of the harlequin has a really original premise. Set in a land named Poker, it is divided into four kingdoms: hearts, clubs, spades and diamonds. Each kingdom contains within it an Element of great power (earth, air, fire, water). It's opening line is pretty great too - “You'll find no greater honesty than in a crowd of drunks.” That's the sort of … [Read more...] about Book Review: Poker Kingdom I: The smile of the harlequin
Sometimes life is hard. It kicks you to the floor, you struggle to get to your feet again and then life punches you in the face. It takes away the things you the most – partners, pets, self-confidence, or happiness, and leaves you empty. You end up just lying on the floor, thinking why is this happening to me? These are the times when you need to escape from your life and … [Read more...] about If You Want Some Magic in Your Life, Open a Fantasy Novel
The secret world of Sleepers broke my life like a powerful twister. I was a humble office rat, spending my grey days hiding in the crowd, doing my job as thousands of others without attracting attention. Then everything changed. The alien world sneaked into my dreams with the persistence of a scarab. I was puzzled at first, I was Prince there, but then the dreams turned into … [Read more...] about Sparkles of Blue. Sleeper Chronicles.
I found this from my Facebook Group for book promotion, looks interesting and Ava was kind enough to provide a small sample which I wanted to copy and paste here. Great artwork as well! FOUR dominant dragon lords. ONE sacrificial virgin. Buy on Amazon or FREE in … [Read more...] about “Sacrifice” by Ava Sinclair
The first fantasy book I can remember reading was Dragonflight by the late great Anne McCaffrey. I was enthralled by that world of dragons that spoke with humans. The bond they had, even when it sadly resulted in death, struck a chord within me. I was hooked! From that moment, fantasy became my 'go-to'. I could lose myself in worlds different to my own. Where nothing … [Read more...] about Why I love Fantasy by Morgan Sheppard