The Valkyrie of Vanaheim by Phil Parker review

The Valkyrie of Vanaheim by Phil Parker

Jen reviews The Valkyrie of Vanaheim, Phil Parker‘s Norse-inspired fantasy novel. Thank you goes out to Phil Parker for the ecopy in exchange for a review! Series: – Genre: contemporary/modern fantasy Date of Publishing: September 25, 2021 Trigger Warnings: death/war crimes/experimentations Page count: 291 Publisher: self-published Frida Ransom has a secret, she is a human/fae hybrid. A lonely one too. As a child, Frida’s mother made sure they lived a solitary existence so no one would discover the truth. The woman’s unexpected death, and a decade-long war with the fae, increased the girl’s isolation.Now, with the war over, humanity and…

Windborn by Alex S. Bradshaw book blitz

Release Day Blitz: Windborn by Alex S. Bradshaw

Organized by Storytellers On Tour, today, along with several other bloggers and bookstagrammers, we present to you Windborn, Alex S. Bradshaw‘s debut Norse Mythology inspired Dark Fantasy novel, in celebration of its release! Make sure to check out their posts as well!

Today I have some special content for you. I invited Alex to take part in one of my features called Party with the Stars and we even had a little chat, which you’ll find at the bottom of this post along with the giveaway, and believe me, you want to enter this one!

Truth and Other Lies by Lyra Wolf tour banner

Storytellers On Tour: Truth and Other Lies by Lyra Wolf – Encore

This past week we gave the spotlight to Truth and Other Lies, the first book in Lyra Wolf’s High Mythic Fantasy series, the Nine World Chronicles! Our Roadies brought a wide selection of content to this show with reviews and other posts. Now it’s time to bring the show to an end and it’s my pleasure to present you with the encore, including some extra content. Come and learn a bit more about the world of Truth and Other Lies through Lyra’s playlist, mood board, and our Q&A! And don’t forget the giveaway either!

Darkness Forged by Matt Larkin

Darkness Forged by Matt Larkin

In Darkness Forged you might find everything you’ve been looking for: heroic fights, vengeance, violence (in many form), enveloped in norse mythology. This book has an oddly satisfying ending on the bittersweet side. If you are into grimdark, norse mythology, have a few hours to spare and don’t mind having a dark twist in your read, I definitely recommend this book!