You remember love notes and letters as much as you do the fights you were in. You know, the typical thoughts one would have after reading George R. R. Martin’s latest book Fire & Blood.
I posted a bunch more guest blogs and columns we hosted. Really lucky to have them from authors the caliber of Guy Gavriel Kay, Ian R. MacLeod, Ben Thompson and Aaron Dembski-Bowden. A bunch of books on shelves, books sold, and awards between them.
Another pointer, this time to a series of columns we hosted by science fiction/fantasy author Hal Duncan. They are MANIC w/ a lot of good convos in the comments.
This is two different interviews I conducted with Jeff VanderMeer combined and a review to boot at the end. I loved Annihilation. Nothing like the book (which I also loved), but still dope.
An Interview with both of the co-creators of my favorite fantasy novels ever.
This guy went from talking to me to co-creating The Expanse. It all comes through me, people. I do love his Fantasy work tho and think it’s vastly underrated.
That title is not hyperbole. Me and Hal talk a lot. Mostly him.
An interview with Matthew Stover, who low key may have written the best Science fiction novel of the century.
I talk with David Anthony Durham. I really should start saving my awesome post titles for these excerpts.
A combo interview with Steph and review of her debut novel.
Big question. Hal Duncan has (long) answers.
Peter V. Brett stops by to talk to me. This is a good one, I was on point for this one.
No shade to the author of the piece but some the books left off is shocking.
Claudia Gray is kinda the best Star Wars novelist right now.