The Watchers is the fantastic, heart-thumping, page-turning debut from A. M. Shine that really left me no choice but to keep reading – to finish the tale at a pace, running from the shrieks in the night. This book gave me major Cabin in the Woods x Lost vibes: feels like they’re in limbo somewhere. The mystery is different, strange, because there’s rules and they know what hunts them … they just can’t see them at all. There’s but one warning for you before you read on, reader: Stay in the light.
Thanks to Justine and Timy over at Storytellers on Tour for allowing us here on FanFiAddict to join the Cover Reveal Blitz for Moon Rising. Also, an enormous shoutout to Daniel on his upcoming release! Book Information Moon Rising by Daniel Weisbeck Series: The Upsilon Series (#1) Published: November 1, 2021 Genre: Sci-Fi Biopunk Thriller Book Cover […]
Thank you to Berkley for having me along for their Blog Blitz for My Sweet Girl by Amanda Jayatissa! This atmospheric thriller is a slow-build but it had my hair standing on edge for the first half of the novel.
Thanks to Justine and Timy over at Storytellers on Tour for allowing us here on FanFiAddict to join the Cover Reveal Blitz for The Living Waters. Also, an enormous shoutout to Dan on his upcoming release! Book Information The Living Waters by Dan Fitzgerald Series: The Weirdwater Confluence (#1) Published: October 15, 2021 by Shadow Spark Publishing Genre: […]
Hello and welcome to FanFiAddict’s stop on the book blitz for Jadie Jang’s Monkey Around. I want to thank Justine & Timy @ Storytellers on Tour for letting us be involved, and a big shoutout to Jadie on this fantastic Urban Fantasy!
Hello all and welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Matthew Ward’s Legacy of Light! Many, many thanks go out to both Matthew and his publisher, Orbit, for graciously allowing me to participate in this tour. I am really excited to share with you guys what I have for you today; Matthew has written a fantastic guest post all about the idea of redemption as a character arc!
Sometimes I struggle with reviews of series finales because I find it difficult to find something new to say. I have already spoken at-length about characters, plot, setting, writing style, emotional connection, etc. I try to stay away from repeating myself too much, because who wants to read that? (By the way, if you want to read my previous reviews, you can find them here: The Legacy of Ash (Book 1); The Legacy of Steel (Book 2).
Well, today’s an important day for us here at the blog because we’ve been kindly invited to host the Legacy of Light Blog Tour for today, courtesy of Matthew himself, which we’re all very excited about and can’t wait to get stuck into. So, you’ll be with me, and Matthew, for the first part of the day, where’s he’s agreed to answer some of my questions with hopefully some answers to your own questions …
The thing that initially drew me to this book (besides its amazing cover!) was the completely absurd concept. First of all, who’d have thought of combining a fantasy world with professional wrestling? And, further, who’d have guessed it could be pulled off this well? Well, that’s just what Gately has done.
Hello and welcome to FanFiAddict’s stop on the book tour for J.D.L. Rosell’s The Throne of Ice & Ash (The Runewar Saga #1). We want to thank Justine & Timy @ Storytellers on Tour for letting us be involved and a big shoutout to J.D.L. on the recent release of The Throne of Ice & Ash.
Hello and welcome to FanFiAddict’s stop on the book tour for D.W. Ross’ Cold From the North (Onyxborn Chronicle #1). We want to thank Justine & Timy @ Storytellers on Tour for letting us be involved and a big shoutout to D.W. on the release of Cold From the North and it’s forthcoming sequel The Darkest Dusk, which we recently had the pleasure of helping to do a cover reveal for.