Thanks to Zack for allowing us here at FFA to reveal the cover for Bonds of Chaos, Book 3 in the Threadlight series. Voice of War, Book 1 in the series, was a finalist in SPFBO 6 and begins a fantasy series of EPIC proportions. Check out the below progression on Book 3’s cover which, […]
Today, we are excited to be joining author Zack Argyle in announcing that there are new Hardcover editions of both Voice of War and Stones of Light! They have beautiful wrap-around jackets and a custom cover inside. Signed copies are available for purchase on Zack’s website.
Last week while I was doing my usual aimless scrolling through Twitter, I came across a call for any bloggers who wanted to participate in a secret project involving self published books, I knew I had to join in. It turns out that what Jodie from Witty & Sarcastic Book Club has envisioned is a Self-Published Authors Appreciation Week! So, join me today as I run you through 8 self-published books (and a few honorable mentions) that I think you should go ahead and add to your immediate TBR.
Stones of Light is the sequel to 2020’s Voice of War and the second book in Zack Argyle’s Threadlight trilogy. Although I had a few issues with the first book (you can read my spoiler free review here), I am happy to say that its sequel improved on every bit that made the first book great AND resolved my very minor gripes.
Stones of Light by Zack Argyle is the sequel to 2020’s Voice of War and the second release in the author’s Threadlight series. I encourage you to read my review of Voice of War here, as I was impressed with Argyle’s ability to write relatable characters and intriguing, interweaving plot lines while still holding the main thread tight. And if book 1 is was an impressive debut, book 2 is where the author demonstrates his writing chops.
Synopsis While preparing for the birth of his first child, Chrys Valerian is tasked with uncovering the group responsible for a series of missing threadweavers–those able to see and manipulate threadlight. With each failure, the dark voice in his head grows louder, begging to be released. A young girl from a secret city in the […]
Hello all, and welcome to FanFiAddict’s monthly list aimed at the impressionable youth! I mean, aimed at setting your vision globes in the general direction of some forthcoming Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror books that we are full of beans about. So, without further ado, take a look at the list below and get your wallets ready to order some new books.
Voice of War is the first installment in the Threadlight series and Zack Argyle’s debut novel. It is a very well-written story with boatloads of intrigue built in, fascinating characters, and an interesting and unique magic system. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
A little bit of a “in case you missed it” type post with full panel recordings. Check the promos above each video to see the topics and panelists. Hope you enjoy!