Art of War: Anthology for Charity by Petros Triantafyllou Why do people buy anthologies? Well there are a few main reasons that I do. First for a sampling of new authors. Second if I like the theme of the anthology, for example Through the Eyes of the Undead was about zombies from their POV. Third … Continue reading Hob’s review of Art of War: Anthology for Charity
Last year I had just started my blog in October so I wasn't really sure how to do an end of the year wrap up. I ended up going with an award show type of thing because I had not seen it done anywhere else. Plus I didn't have many readers so I basically was … Continue reading Second Annual Goblin Awards
Let me start by saying this is a fantastic book in every aspect, from the wonderful cover (Designed by the equally wonderful Pen Astridge) all the way to the last page.
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.
The Fae have been called by many names Fey, fay, fae, Fairy, fairies, fair folk; Good People. Those names started because people were afraid to piss one of them off by referring to them in a negative way.