Arina and Jen review Stormblood, the first book in Jeremy Szal’s The Common sci-fi series.
The epic sale of beloved SFF books is back in 2023! What is this, you ask? Well, I’m glad you asked. Between August 18th and 22nd, you can get over 50 indie SFF titles for a mere $0.99! That sounds like a good deal to me. You’d be crazy to miss out!
Timy reviews A Gamble of Gods, the debut fantasy novel by Mitriel Faywood, which is also the first book in The Order of the Dragon series.
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!
Jen reviews Bloodlines, the first book in Peter Hartog’s sci-fi/UF series, The Guardian of Empire City.
Paul reviews Renatus, a standalone science-fiction novella by Ryan Link.
Jen reviews Dim Stars, a stand-alone Sci-fi/YA novel by Brian P. Rubin.
Following yesterday’s announcement of our top 10 quarterfinalists, we are excited to bring you Team 7’s top 3 semifinalists advancing to round two of the Self-Published Science-Fiction Competition (SPSFC)!
Although we’ve been delayed with our announcements due to 2021 kicking our ass with a barbed-wire-wrapped pole coated in snake venom, our team is proud to bring you Team 7’s top 10 quarterfinalists for the Self-Published Science-Fiction Competition.
Like last year, the Asylum ladies are sharing their top 10 reads of 2021 in a sequence of 3 posts. Today Arina closes the curtain on this spotlight. You’ll notice some of these books weren’t actual 2021 releases, as the only rule we had for our top reads was that we had to have read them in 2021, regardless of their release date. Because it’s never too late to discover a favorite or a genre-behemoth you are just now learning to love.