Interview with C.T. Phipps

In my continuing  “Have an author for dinner™ “ Interview series We will be chatting with my pal C.T. Phipps. This talented author Writes everything from Horror to Humor and Super heroes / Villains to Post-Apocalyptic Lovecraftian. So, everyone should find something of him that is very appetizing. So lets get this interview cooking.....   …

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Hob’s Review of The Secrets of Supervillainy by C.T. Phipps

Today Is Phipps Day here on the Blog I will be posting 2 reviews of books by C.T. Phipps and an interview with him. Phipps Day, like many holidays is a day to give gifts.... well at least one gift. That's right everyone that shares any of the 3 Phipps posts to FB or twitter will be put in to the drawing at the end of today. One winner will be able to chose any one book by C.T. Phipps in audio or EBook formats

Hob’s Review of Agent G: Infiltrator By C. T. Phipps

Agent G: Infiltrator By C. T. Phipps  Narrated By Jeffrey Kafer   The Blurb. “Black Technology has made murder a billion-dollar industry.” The International Refugee Society has twenty-six cybernetically enhanced “Letters,” and for the right price, they’ll eliminate anyone. They’ve given up their families and their memories for ten years of service with the promise …

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Art (or something like it) Contest

Hello, Humans, look at your Book, now back to me, now back at your Book, now back to me. Sadly, your book isn't from Black Powder Wars, but if you stopped reading ladies romance books and switched to a good book, it would be Black Cross. Look down, back up, where are you? You’re on a boat with the book your book could be. What’s in your hand, back at me. I have it, it’s some type of art that you made for a contest.. Look again, the art is now Black Cross. Anything is possible when your Book smells like gunpowder and not a lady. I’m a Goblin.......

Interview with Author Graham Austin-King

People may not know this, but Goblins don't get out much and we are kind of shy, But we also Hunger for knowledge so for the sake of any goblins out there who would like to feed that Hunger by learning more about the people that write these great books I review, I will be doing some author interviews. First up is Graham Austin-King, author of The Riven Wyrde Saga.