Aisha Urooj, the author of The Stone Mermaid, chose Tales from the Asylum as an SPFBO 9 spotlight, so let’s see how she imagines our home!
R. R. Hunter, author of The Untold Prophecy, chose Stuck in the Pages and so, let’s see how he did with it!
Trudie Skies, author of The Thirteenth Hour, Before We Go Blog’s SPFBO 8 finalist chose my newest feature, Stuck in the Pages and so, let’s see how they did with it!
Alec Hutson, author of The Umbral Storm, Fantasy Book Review’s chosen finalist, and our semi-finalist, tries his hand at What the Hungarian?!.
Olivia Atwater, the author of Small Miracles, our chosen finalist and the winner of SPFBO 8, tires her hand at What the Hungarian?!
Andrew C. Piazza, author of A Song for the Void, Fantasy Faction’s SPFBO 8 finalist chose my newest feature, Stuck in the Pages and so, let’s see how he did in The Princess Bride!
Virginia McClain, a self-published Fantasy author, and SPFBO 6 finalist is here to try her luck with What the Hungarian?! as part of our 5th Anniversary Bonanza. Let’s see how she fared with my beautiful, but also pain in the arse language!
Noor Al-Shanti, a self-published Fantasy author, is here to try his luck with What the Hungarian?! as part of our 5th Anniversary Bonanza. Let’s see how she fared with my beautiful, but also pain in the arse language!
Stuck in the Pages is a brand new feature I created for the Asylum 5th anniversary bonanza, and I honestly had a lot of fun with it. I didn’t plan to create anything new, hell knows I have enough as it is, but since this happened, Bjørn Larssen, the author of historical fiction, and Norse mythology-inspired Fantasy novels, officially introduces you to it!
In the Author Edition of The Questioning, it’s usually the author who gets to ask me silly questions, but Peter McLean, author of The Burned Man and The War for the Rose Throne series, opted for me to be the interrogator in this Asylum 5th Anniversary Bonanza Special Edition. I warned him that it won’t be a regular interview and he still agreed, so that’s on him.