It’s been a while since I’ve posted a book review on this site, and I’m pleased to get back to it with this review of Jesse Teller’s Wrath of Madness. My first foray into Jesse Teller’s world of Perilisc was Onslaught of Madness (reviewed here), which was a brilliant novel about the commander of a conquering army and … Continue reading Book Review: Wrath of Madness by Jesse Teller
A Wizard's Forge is entered in the 2018 Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off (SPFBO), and while I await news of its fate on Lynn's Books, I've started reading books by my fellow travelers on this journey. Here are my reviews of the first two I've read since the start of this year's SPFBO. I reviewed The Ill-Kept … Continue reading SPFBO Book Reviews: Darkmage by M.L. Spencer, and Finder of the Lucky Devil, by Megan Mackie
Between the true stories that explain our scars, come the fairy tales that restore the true self.
Ursula K. Le Guin was the muse, mentor, and mother I never met, but her inspiration will never leave me.
The Left Hand of Darkness is a compelling masterpiece that, nearly 50 years after it was written, remains highly relevant, all the more so after the election.
Today the Genre Minx hosted my thoughts on my literary idol, Ursula K. LeGuin. Read on to find out why I love this author so much.