Since the beginning of recorded history mankind has searched for the truth, about life, the cosmos, and everything in between and beyond. Physicists struggle with a unified field theory and find only paradoxes. The more they learn the less they must admit to knowing. Religions lay claim to the truth. But without submitting to the … Continue reading Book Review: Wood for the Trees by K.R. Allcoat
Ian Gregoire’s debut fantasy novel was self-published with no fanfare in the spring of 2017. On a whim, he entered the book into the SPFBO competition organized by Mark Lawrence two weeks later and was just as surprised as everyone else when The Exercise Of Vital Powers was selected as Kitty G’s first semi-finalist. The … Continue reading Cover Reveal: The Exercise Of Vital Powers by Ian Gregoire
Brutally Honest. Explicitly painful. Beyond Courageous. This Graphic Novel from Red Rising written by Pierce Brown gives us a new perspective on how did the Sons of Ares became which focuses on the life of Fitchner au Barca whose personality crafted by how cruel the society in Red Rising is. Since born, Fitchner was labeled … Continue reading Book Review: Sons of Ares by Pierce Brown
Hey, guys! The Royal Polar Bear is back! I'm hosting another tour for the PH Book Bloggers with the much-anticipated book - LIFEL1K3 by Jay Kristoff. Huge thanks to Penguin Random House International for giving me the opportunity and allowing me to host this blog tour. From the coauthor of the New York Times bestselling Illuminae Files … Continue reading PH BLOG TOUR: LIFEL1K3 BY JAY KRISTOFF
Publisher: Fiery Seas Publishing Series: Girl of Glass Genre: YA Dystopia Release Date: April 10, 2018 After Nightland’s vicious attack on the domes, the safety and perfection of the world within the glass has been contaminated. Desperate to rebuild, outsiders are allowed into the domes to help, breaking the cardinal rule: outsiders and Domers must … Continue reading Picking Favorites in the Apocalypse by Megan O’Russell + Giveaway
1. What or Who was your motivation when you decided to write Coldmaker? Where did you get the idea or the concept of building the storyline of Coldmaker? I was motivated mostly by frustrations and confusion with life, particularly by how the hierarchy of power is established. One day I closed my eyes and saw … Continue reading Interview with Daniel Cohen!
Realistically painful. Empowered with life. Relatable to a whole new perspective. Please Don't Go Before I Get Better by Madisen Kuhn is that one poetry book that will suck your soul into the depths of her writing and words. Where you feel her sadness in her prose, where your longing will ignite in her poetry, … Continue reading Book Review: Please Don’t Go Before I Get Better by Madisen Kuhn