I’ve been on a journey of rediscovery since I found out I’m autistic. Armed with the knowledge that I’m not as alone as I felt, I’ve been trying to learn more about myself and how my mind works. Through this, I’ve come across some excellent SFF books that are either written by autistic authors or feature autistic characters. I believe that reading is one of the most powerful methods of building empathy and, as it is Autism Acceptance Month, I would like to share (in no particular order) a list of recommended SFF reads with you.
Hello and welcome to our cover reveal for Samantha Eaton’s forthcoming adult horror novel, The Roots in Your Bones! I am so thrilled to be helping reveal this gorgeously macabre cover today! Before we get into the reveal itself, be sure to take a look at all of the info for the forthcoming book and prepare yourself for some super creepy vibes!
Hello and welcome to our cover reveal and Kickstarter announcement for Emma L. Adams’ forthcoming Epic Fantasy novel, Death’s Disciple! I’m a few days late oon getting this out (thanks life), but I still wanted to celebrate this awesome cover AND let you all know a little about the Kickstarter that is currently running for it. So, check out all the info on Death’s Disciple below, including the epic cover art, then head to Kickstarter and help bring it to life!
Samuel Gately, author of professional wrestling-inspired fantasy series, The Titan Wars, has written up a guest post for us today all about lessons in storytelling that he has learned through professional wrestling and how they can be applied to any story! Check it out below and be sure to check out his excellent novel The Headlock of Destiny! It’s one of my favorite books that I’ve read in recent memory and an excellent display of creativity and originality.
I’ve been interested in Credible Threats ever since I saw the incredible (heh) cover by Luke Tarzian last year. Due to my ever-growing TBR and a mountain of contest books I’ve had to read over the last year, I haven’t had a good opportunity to get into yet. I was delighted when the author agreed […]