It’s my pleasure to host Shaun Paul Stevens, who joins me to talk about his new standalone Epic Fantasy novel, Servant of the Lesser Good, the first book in the Feyrlands Collection, which was published on December 2nd by Pitt Norton Publishing.
It’s my pleasure to host J. Todd Kingrea, who joins me to talk about his Fantasy novel, The Witchfinder, the first book in the Deisparian Saga, which was published on September 23 by BHC Press.
Today it’s my pleasure to take part in The Maleficent Seven book tour organized by Angry Robot, in celebration of Cameron Johnston‘s new Grimdark Fantasy novel.
Pride Nights at Queen’s welcomes Jaimie N. Shock, SFF author, journalist, editor, queer, PTSD advocate. Read our chat to find out more about Visions of Iotan, Jaimie’s latest Sci-Fi novel, her beginnings with journalism and more.
Pride Nights at Queen’s welcomes Maxime Jaz, a fellow Hungary-dweller, author of queer stories. Read our chat to find out more about Fall, Maxime’s debut novel, her adventurous life, her journey to self-publishing and more.
Video games, anime, and cat boys. Who doesn’t love them? (If you don’t, get outta here! Obviously just kidding but I don’t trust you. Again, kidding. We all deserve to have bad taste once in a while and I respect you for that). Day three of Pride Nights at Queen’s welcomes Brittany M. Willows, author, illustrator, and thus, overall badass. Read our chat to find more about Bloody Spade, Brittany’s upcoming book, and the inspirations behind it.
Day two of Pride Nights at Queen’s is proud (ba dum tss) to present our first interview. Author of intriguing historical fiction, Karen Heenan visits the Asylum to talk about her Tudor Court series, law and sexuality in the 16th century and related research, and, of course, the mischievous but utterly adorable companions/spawns of hell we humans like to call cats.
Today it’s my pleasure to take part in the Composite Creatures online tour organized by Angry Robot, in celebration of Caroline Hardaker’s debut Sci-Fi novel. In fact, my interview with Caroline is the closing act of this awesome tour, and if you only just heard about it, I would recommend you go and check all the posts the other participants hosted over the past weeks.
Today, we welcome Yaroslav Barsukov to the Asylum to discuss his latest novella, Tower of Mud and Straw, a story that blends science-fiction, fantasy, and even the atmosphere of the gothic genre.
It’s our pleasure to welcome T. Frohock to the Asylum. She is the author of Miserere as well as the Historical Fantasy series, Los Nefilim. Of which the last book, A Song with Teeth will be released on February 9th. We assure you, you don’t want to miss out on this series. But let us chat with the author herself and see if we can persuade you further.