Welcome to my stop on the Escapist Book tour for The Many Shades of Midnight by C. M. Debell! For my part of the tour, I will be sharing a guest post written by the author herself! You will also find information about the author and her book, The Many Shades of Midnight below. Book […]
Book Tour and Guest Post: No Heart for a Thief (Malitu #1) by James Lloyd Dulin
Hey, y’all! I am so thrilled to be part of this Escapist-hosted tour. As most of you probably know, I had the extreme privilege and pleasure to edit No Heart for a Thief. In the time since then, I’ve come to know James and honestly, I am proud to call him a friend. Still, nothing could have prepared me for what he had to say for this guest post. When I approached him with it, he was more than willing to participate, and boy did he deliver! I won’t say any more, though, and will let the author speak for himself. Enjoy!
Guest Post: Why You Should Read Daniel T. Jackson’s ‘The Illborn Saga’ by Tommye Rozee (The Fantasy Review)
Massive thanks to Tommye over at The Fantasy Review for a fantastic guest post, all about Jackson’s Illborn Saga. This is one I hear everyone talking about and for good reason – it is a fantastic indie series that should be a insta-purchase for lovers of sprawling epic fantasy. Make sure to check out Tommye’s […]
Guest Post: Thoughts on Cozy Fantasy by K. R. R. Lockhaven
Welcome to another Guest Post on Fanfiaddict! This one is by K. R. R. Lockhaven, author of The Marauders, the Daughter, and the Dragon. He will be talking about his thoughts on Cozy Fantasy. Enjoy! Cozy Fantasy: Some Scatterbrained Thoughts on the Genre There seems to be a bit of a shift happening in fantasy […]
Guest Post: Surrealism in Fantasy Fiction by Rym Kechacha
We’ve got a guest post for you today! This one is by Rym Kechacka, author of To Catch a Moon! You will be able to find the guest post, along with information about the book and author below! Author Bio/Links Rym Kechacha is a writer living in Norwich. Her debut novel, Dark River, was shortlisted […]
Announcing The Judas Blossom by Stephen Aryan
Hello everyone! Today, I have the immense honor of helping to announce a new Persian inspired Epic Fantasy trilogy from Stephen Aryan and Angry Robot! Read below to get all of the info on this brand new book and series, as well as the first look at the cover of book one, The Judas Blossom! Additionally, the author has written a short guest post on the inspiration behind it!
Book Tour and Guest Post: Chaos (Chaos #1) by Cydney Daemon
Hello and welcome to my stop on the Escapist Book Tours run of Chaos by Cydney Daemon! This time around, I’ve got an incredible guest post by the author about the importance of writing for teenagers, and why YA as representation is crucial.
Guest Post: Why the Farm Boy Hero Trope Still Works in Epic Fantasy by William Heinzen
Welcome to another Escapist Tours Book tour! This time it is for Warrior of Light by William Heinzen! Below you can find information on the book, the author, a guest post by the author himself talking about why the farm boy hero trope still works in epic fantasy, and a GIVEAWAY! Enjoy! Book Blurb Tim […]
Book Tour & Guest Post: Heir of Memory and Shadow (Kingdom Legacy #2) by Rachanee Lumayno
Good evening and welcome to my stop on the Escapist Book Tours celebration of Heir of Memory in Shadow, the second installment of the Kingdom Legacy series by Rachanee Lumayno!
Guest Post: Maps and Mapping in Fantasy by W.P. Wiles
Maps and Mapping in Fantasy by W.P. Wiles Like many others, I found my way into fantasy through maps. My mother read my sister and I The Hobbit, and I delighted in the map on the endpapers, drawn by Tolkien himself. It’s a rather curious map, as it happens, which doesn’t do a great deal […]
Book Tour/Guest Post: Music as Inspiration by B.A. Bellec
Where does something like “Perduto” come from? It wasn’t where I started that is for sure! To get to that I had to write an award-winning young adult coming of age novel (Someone’s Story) and accompany that with four folk songs. Then I pivoted to writing a dystopian sci-fi horror series with an entire album […]
Book Tour/Guest Post: Writing from the Perspective of an Artist by T. A. Bruno
I’ve been working as a previz artist for a decade now and it feeds into everything I do! For the uninitiated, a previz artist is someone who is tasked with creating a sequence for a movie in pre-production, usually involving a lot of Visual Effects. We use accurate camera data so that when we finish, production […]