Welcome to the SPFBO 8 Finals! Team Queen’s Book Asylum reviews Tethered Spirits by T. A. Hernandez, picked by Becky.
Welcome to the SPFBO 8 Finals! Team Queen’s Book Asylum reviews A Touch of Light by Thiago Abdalla, picked by Booknest.
Welcome to the SPFBO 8 Finals! Team Queen’s Book Asylum reviews Mysterious Ways by Abbie Evans, picked by the Fantasy Inn.
Keeping with traditions, we will post our separate top 10 reads of 2022 lists throughout January. Well, it might be top 5 in some cases, but all 4 of us had books we’d like to shout about and that’s what’s important. Third up is Arina’s favorite reads of 2022!
Arina discusses what exactly is a blog tour, what good it brings to the community, and why reviewers love them.
Queen’s Book Asylum is happy to bring you an interview with Dan Koboldt, scientist, author, editor, and bowhunter!
After our esteemed queen and Nick did their semi-finalist reveal, it was my (Arina) turn on the Ferris wheel.
The Asylum is excited to reveal the cover of Brian Sigmon’s upcoming sci-fi debut, Archimedes! To be released on September 6th, 2022.
This is our last elimination round post before we start announcing our semi-finalists, and last but not least Arina gets the chance to share some reviews!
Out of the 300 books, and our personal batch of 30, S. A. Tholin‘s Iron Truth rose to the #1 spot in the competition and we at the Asylum are celebrating that with a team review. Congrats to the author and her awesome book for winning the first ever SPSFC!