http://fantasy-faction.com/2015/foxglove-summer-by-ben-aaronovitch Since becoming an author I don't tend to do book reviews but I'm a huge fan of Ben Aaronvitch's Peter Grant series and got the opportunity to review the latest book for Fantasy Faction. Check it out and if you've not read any of the series, start with Rivers of London. Brilliant series!
Given how much writers struggle with putting together the synopsis of a novel, I'm starting to wonder, following this brilliant summary of the setup of The Four Realms, whether authors should employ reviewers to write them. I jest, of course, but this review does a really good job of getting 'inside' the setup of the [...]
I had a number of writers tell me over the weekend that they don’t read reviews. Maybe I’m a little odd or maybe I’ve just been very fortunate that the reviews I’ve received are intelligent and insightful, but I enjoy reading them. That includes this one from Fangs for Fantasy which is a little different. […]
I can't think of a better way to start the week than to get a good review, and I have to be honest and say that this one from Fantasy Book Review has brightened not only my day but the entire week. I've been blessed with some really excellent reviews for The Four Realms and [...]
Nothing puts a smile on your face than another good review of your debut novel, and The Troubled Scribe today brings us the latest. In his considered review he says: "The Four Realms is a twisted and must-read that will probably leave you a tad shell-shocked after it’s all said and done." Be sure to [...]
I've been loving the reviews The Four Realms has been getting. Even the ones that have had criticisms have been thoughtful and honest. I keep worrying that inevitably there will be one I don't love, that will hit some previous unknown painful truth. WarpcoreSF have published their review and have said some very nice things [...]
It's a busy week and another blogger has published their review of The Four Realms. Whilst the reviewer over at All Things Urban Fantasy had some issues with the way the story alternates between characters every chapter, they said some mighty nice things. "This book manages to marry these conflicting flavors of classic and urban [...]
Everything seems to be going at a hundred miles an hour at the moment. One minute I'm waiting for the book to come out, the next it's out, people are reading it, I've been interviewed and now reviewed. I don't think any of it has really sunk in yet and I'm like a listless over-excited [...]