Jen reviews Given to Darkness, the second book in Phil Williams’ Ikiri duology, the sequel to Kept From Cages we reviewed before.
Kept From Cages by Phil Williams
Jen and Timy review Kept From Cages, the first book in the Ikiri duology by Phil Williams, also set in the Ordshaw universe.
Cover Reveal: Dyer Street Punk Witches by Phil Williams
Along with a couple of lucky bloggers I’m happy to take part in the cover reveal of Phil Williams’ upcoming stand-alone Fantasy novel, Dyer Street Punk Witches, which is set in the world of Ordshaw.
Epic Sale of Beloved SFF Books 2021
The epic sale of beloved SFF books is back in 2021! What is this, you ask? Well, I’m glad you asked. Between August 20th and 26th, you can get 53 indie SFF titles for a mere $0.99! Right in time for September, when Self-Published Fantasy Month kicks off so you can read all the books you hoard now. That sounds like a good deal to me.
Monthly Wrap Up: January 2021
Well, you guys can’t say I don’t know how to kick a year off. In the first days of January, I dropped the news of changing the blog’s name to Queen’s Book Asylum. Then went on and launched my own music-themed reading challenge, The Sound of Madness (still not too late to join). It both feels like it’s been a long time ago and yesterday. Weird. Anyway, thankfully we had a lot of other content up on the blog your reading pleasures.
Storytellers On Tour: Kept from Cages by Phil Williams – Encore
This past week we gave the spotlight to Kept From Cages, the first book in Phil Williams’ Urban Fantasy/ Supernatural Thriller duology, Ikiri! Our Roadies brought a wide selection of content to this show with reviews, interviews 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 Kept From Cages through Phil’s playlist!
What’s to come? – January 2021
After taking some time off (haha, as if, let’s not think about how many hours I spent with Photoshop among other things, shall we), we are back in full force. There will be quite a few reviews coming in January and we start getting SPFBO reviews out as well. And I’m planning to resurrect an old feature too. As well as launching my own reading challenge for 2021, but more about that tomorrow.
Monthly Wrap Up: November 2020
November came and went and my second month living alone has passed. I spent November on different crafting projects and reading some truly awesome books. And giving the blog a bit of face lifting. What? I can’t stop fiddling with it, go away. But of course, we had some other posts other than reviews as well – cover reveals, an interview, book tours.
15+ Underrated Self-Published Fantasy Books
September is around the corner which means that Self-Published Fantasy Month, organized by our friends (Jason Aycock, Justine Bergman, Beth Tabler and Calvin Park) is about to kick off. To help you get ready, we offer you 15+ underrated self-published fantasy books we think you shouldn’t miss!
Monthly Wrap Up: May 2020
I know 2020 is a complete shit show so far, and I hope you are all safe and well. I sure have my own struggles – apparently my optometrist have no clue why my glasses which are supposed to be good, aren’t actually good and give me troubles. It greatly affects my everyday life and reading (thank fuck for audiobooks). But I try not to let that get in my way and not to take too much painkillers for my headaches… Life is fun, huh? Anyway, I’m not here to whine about myself, but to tell you all about what we were up to in May!