The final cover captures Vic's grit, determination, and general bad-assery, as well as suggests her transformation isn't easy. It's hot and hard; it's painful, and it's going to leave scars.
Thank you Amira for this awesome review of A Wizard’s Forge! Readers, check it out…
*I was given an advanced reader’s copy of this book for an honest review.
A Wizard’s Forge (The Woern Saga Book 1) by A. M. Justice
Release Date: September 19, 2016
Price: $4.99 (Kindle Edition)
Review: I’m just going to start this review by saying that this book was amazing!
It had a little bit of everything that I crave in a fantasy novel. There was adventure, betrayal, romance, magic, a strong female lead and we also got to witness that same leading female overcame some very tough challenges.
This book conjured up some very intense emotions because a lot of the content that’s present is very gripping and intense. A Wizard’s Forge definitely isn’t for the faint of heart and, just as a warning, violence; mental and sexual abuse; and physical torture are all present. These things are, at times, explained in detail, so…
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I just returned from Europe. Now it's countdown to launch time.
Fellow author Bruce Blake takes time out from promoting his latest novel to focus on depression, suicide, and having the courage to ask for help. Thanks for sharing, Bruce.
So here’s a thing: my newest release happened yesterday. Conventional wisdom says I should be pushing that, but what kind of man would I be if my first post was about not being too writing/book centered on the blog, and then my next post was nothing but pimping a new book?
Not much of a man, I think.
Instead, I have something far more important to talk about, something that affects far more people than we realize. Please return later in the week to see me whoring out 100000 words of epic fantasy.
**Trigger warning – depression, mental illness, and suicide**
About a week ago, my son posted a very brave and raw admission to Facebook. I am going to share it here–with his permission–but I wanted to touch on its subject myself first.
A number of years ago–I can’t recall exactly how many, perhaps 10 or 12–a man I knew…
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Confident authors are supposed to release their books on the world and never read reviews or, indeed, look back. I can't do that...