Welcome to FanFiAddict!
Not a whole lot to say except that we all have a love for reading, especially fantasy and science fiction, and enjoy publishing reviews to help the masses make decisions on book purchases.
While we strive to read and review as much as possible, we do all have day jobs where we toil and families that we love and enjoy spending time with.
We hope you enjoy perusing our website and the plethora of reviews we have posted over the years. Feel free to drop us a line in any comment section or send us an email at FanFiAddict@gmail.com.
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Meet Our Team
Believer, Hubby, Girl Dad. Owner/CEO of FanFiAddict. Works a not so flashy day job in central Alabama. Furthest thing from a redneck and doesn’t say Roll Tide. Enjoys fantasy, science fiction, horror and thrillers but not much else (especially kissy kissy).
Traveling Cloak (Jason)
Traveling Cloak (Jason) is an accountant and lives in the Chicago area. He is an aspiring bookseller and just wants to read and review books without all the nonsense. Traveling Cloak reviews fantasy, science fiction, space opera, horror, and every once in a while literary fiction. He does not read e-books.
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David S. loves fantasy and Sci Fi books and enjoys hiking, spending time with friends, and eating too much pizza. On the weekend you can find him visiting family, going to church, and most of all at home under a blanket while reading books, watching anime/tv shows, or playing video games with friends.
Justin is a lover of all things SFF and has been an avid reader since he was three. He is attempting to build the world’s largest private library (not really, but ask his wife and she might agree). Justin is always excited to gush over his favorite reads, which more often than not are also his latest reads. He likes trend toward sweeping epics, with complex characters and even more complex plots. Until recently he was totally against romance, but certain books have shown him that it can be done well. He currently has a love/hate relationship with grimdark.
Bender loves over the top action, overpowered MCs, epic battles and happily ever after endings! The Michael Bay fan of book world. Reads various subgenres including GameLit, LitRPG, Progression, Superhero, Cultivation and whatnot’s….with a soft spot for Western & Steampunk. Extra points for snarky/dark humour. Doesn’t favor romance and grimdark that much. Lives in Garden State.
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Mada, the Medjay of Faiyum, is a book reviewer of fantasy and sci-fi, mostly fantasy and historical fiction, alternate history, and passionate about video gaming, a fan of franchises such as Paradox, Total War, Assassin Creed.
Michigander with a love of dogs. Enjoys a wide range of sub-genres from romance to grimdark. Huge fan of character-driven fantasy. A sucker for stunning prose and animal companions.
Eleni loves all things literature related and she spends hours contorting her spine in the worst positions possible to read, write, or just binge watch movies and series. Loves a good trope done well but the list of her favorites is far too long. Always happy, and more importantly curious, to learn/try new stuff so there are very few things she dislikes. However, a pointless and overtly leery male gaze and unnecessary misery extravaganza are the only two things she’s got no tolerance for anymore, in any medium!
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Dale lives above a little pub in the heart of Norwich, Uk with his fiancé, Caitlin and his cat, Sausage. 95% of his time is split between running said pub and trying to read and write, but when hes able to he loves to play the odd video game and build Lego. Dale loves books with a silly amount of action, he dislikes books with half naked people on the cover and hes incredibly confused by anyone that organises their bookshelves by colour.
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Jared is a long time fantasy reader who re-connected with the genre a few years back. New to the blogging scene and currently lives and works in Dallas TX. He loves epic fantasy, the occasional grimdark, and character driven books above all else. Not a huge romance fan but he enjoys a sprinkling of it in a story. He looks forward to finding new authors, and diving into new worlds in this year’s blog-off!
Born and raised somewhere in the South West of England by a pack of goblins, Harry learnt hunting & tracking skills unrivalled by any other human. He also likes to make things up about himself and is a little bit silly. Some of his favourite authors include Joe Abecrombie, John Gwynne, Robin Hobb, Pierce Brown, Evan Winter, Anna Stephens and Stephen King. Epic fantasy is his go to, although Harry is open to reading just about anything. He is not a fan of edgelord main characters and subversions of tropes for the sake of it.
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Fantasy and Sci-fi junkie in all mediums. Born in Long Island, NY currently living in Connecticut. Dog lover as well as a wine and beer connoisseur. Started Under The Radar SFF Books as a hobby during the pandemic and has grown into something special not only for me but all my amazing followers. Will read any genre except for romance (not for me).
I love fantasy and Sci Fi books and enjoy hiking, spending time with friends, and eating too much pizza. On the weekend you can find me visiting family, going to church, and most of all at home under a blanket while reading books, watching anime/tv shows, or playing video games with friends.
Emmanuel Henri grew up in Chambly, a city in the tail of Quebec (Canada) near Montreal. He’s an established technologist with 25 years of experience in the world of programming and design, and also published 125 courses on several platforms such as Linkedin Learning, Pluralsight and O’reilly. Since his teens, he always had a knack for storytelling, especially monster-driven tales, and has compiled a boatload of Sci-Fi, Fantasy and horror ideas he’s thrilled to put into words. To keep his head sane and healthy, especially after his close call with cancer in 2020 (now in remission), he’s pledged his body to a strict diet and rigorous exercise plan. He’s currently working on his novel “Ashes” and editing “From the mist” and several short-stories, such as “The Agency”.
Adrian M. Gibson is a Canadian writer, tattoo artist and illustrator living in Quito, Ecuador. He has been a fantasy and sci-fi reader since he was a kid, growing up on stories from J. R. R. Tolkien, Brian Jacques, C. S. Lewis, Madeline l’Engle and more, as well as anime and comic books. Now, his love of the genres comes through in everyday life, seeping into his writing, tattoos and illustrations. There are few aspects of fantasy and sci-fi that he dislikes, but cyberpunk and near-future sci-fi are what really grab him—even better if it’s a character-driven story.
Nicole is a book addict from Lebanon. A big fan of epic stories and political intrigues. Always yes to a bitter-sweet ending. Loves a touch of romance if well done. A sanderfan through and through. Favorite genres are high/epic fantasy & urban fantasy but reads a little bit of everything. Excited to be joining the FanFiAddict team as a guest judge for the SPFBO7!
Hamad from The Book Prescription here, Palestinian who is a big bookworm (and a doctor when I am free) I read almost all genres with a focus on adult fantasy. I have been following the SPFBO for years and I was introduced to my favorite book through it (The Sword of Kaigen). Hope to help boost more awesome authors through this competition, It is my first time as a judge and I am a guest judge with Fanfiaddict!
Paige started book blogging 7 years ago and never looked back. She started out in YA and has since moved on to Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror, although it’s rare for her to read something she doesn’t enjoy! Paige is chronically out of shelf-space but that doesn’t stop her buying books. She is an avid gamer when she isn’t reading.
Former chef turned constantly hungry foodie, TTRPG nerd, writer of fantasy stories about sky pirates. Currently working on The Sky Whale Trilogy. Beards.
Naty Reads Books (Natazha) is a little geeky mom who loves to read on her spare time. If she is not working, she keeps herself busy with her little one and mischievous cat named Theodore (Dragon Kitty). She often finds herself cuddled up on the couch with a good book on hand. Natazha reviews Fantasy, sci-fi, Romance, horror and contemporary fiction (Pretty much anything that sounds interesting). Review requests and bookish-related inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey everyone! I’m Readtheblurb. I mostly review fantasy books but try to sprinkle in some sci-fi, horror and non fiction into the mix. I’ve always lived abroad so I’m kind of a travel addict, which works great with reading as I love to read on the go…or on a beach. I also can’t survive without coffee, so I try to add that on the go as much as possible. Computer games is also one of my major hobbies as they feel like interactive stories to me. I’m mostly still new to reviewing, but am trying my best to review as many and as much of a variety of books as possible, which I hope will give you a better idea of what you want to read. Oh. Yeh. I’m also in the process of writing my own sci-fi book. I’m not to far in but maybe (hopefully) you’ll see it somewhere down the line! Anyway, am also open for a chat, particularly about games, travel and books, so come drop me a line on Twitter.
A massive introvert (who has given up trying to be anything other), Mayri both lurks and works in libraries and when not reading she is at her happiest putting things in alphabetical order. SFF is her first love, and her internal world is littered with dragons, fey creatures, phasers and aliens. She lives with her husband in the most beautiful part of the UK.