It’s our pleasure to host Steven McKinnon, the author of the epic fantasy series, The Raincatcher’s Ballad, the first book of which was an SPFBO 4 finalist. Today we are celebrating the release of his new book, Order of the Shadow Dragon which starts off a new series, Legacy of Light and Shadow.
Timy reviews THE GHOSTS OF BEATRICE BIRD, the new fantasy standalone novel by Louisa Morgan.
Due to various reasons, we are in need of Asylum staff member. If you want to try out blogging, or if you ever wanted to wander in QBA’s haunted corridors, then this is your chance!
It’s my absolute pleasure to welcome Louisa Morgan, the author of several historical fiction and SFF novels in the Asylum. She will talk about the inspiration behind her latest novel, The Ghosts of Beatrice Bird in celebration of its US release today, on November 21, 2023. My review will follow in a few days.
Timy reviews Rich Men, Dead Men, the first book in Michael Dylan’s crime thriller series, DI Simon Wise.
Sharon Rivest, the author of DECEIT, chose Tales from the Asylum as her SPFBO 9 spotlight, so let’s see how she imagines our home!
It’s my pleasure to welcome Noor Al-Shanti, the author of several self-published fantasy novels. She will talk about writing around similar events from different POVs, in celebration of her upcoming novel, Isaree of the Wild Isles. Which will be released on December 22, 2023. It’s already available for pre-order and you can also request an ARC!
Timy reviews What the River Knows, the first book in Isabel Ibañez’s new YA historical fiction romance duology, The Secrets of the Nile. Out on November 14, 2023.
We at the Asylum are excited to host the cover reveal for Phil Parker’s new standalone novel, City of Onix, along with Nick of Out of this World SFF Reviews and David of FanFiAddict. Today is also its release day so if you like what you see, then go and grab a copy!
Brendan Noble, author of A Dagger in the Winds chose the challenge of What the Hungarian?! for his SPFBO 9 spotlight. Let’s see how he did with it!