Author Interview: Rowenna Miller

I've called for more political fantasy in the past, especially the kind that focuses on the lower classes, the low perspective. As if a cosmic teacup was mocking me, lo and behold Rowenna Miller's debut fantasy, Torn. A mixture of magic, politics, and revolution, Rowenna brings her experience, passion, and knowledge to craft a story... Continue Reading →

Indie Spotlight: Eli Freysson

Eli Freysson is a regular on the r/fantasy community. He's written several books, with interesting takes on traditional tropes. From Iceland, with a unique perspective/take on fantasy, he's one of several indie authors whose works piqued my interest. Enjoy the interview. BAWK! AB: Hello, Eli! Thank you for agreeing to do this interview! I appreciate... Continue Reading →

Late Review : Elysium Fire

*I received an E-ARC from Netgalley for an honest review* I’ve never read the REVELATION SPACE series, and I wish I had before. As a fan of fantasy more than science-fiction, I picked up ELYSIUM FIRE on a sheer whim, intrigued by my love of noir. ELYSIUM FIRE, the second in the Prefect Dreyfus Emergency... Continue Reading →

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