Book Review: Blood Dawn: The Prophecy by Lawrence R. Sims and SSDC, Inc.

The world will end someday. The only things that change are the how and the when. We’ve heard from folks of many faiths that Armageddon, Ragnarok, or Apocalypse will eventually bring a day of reckoning for us all. We hear from astronomers that tell us in a few billion years (estimates vary), the sun will . . . → Read More: Book Review: Blood Dawn: The Prophecy by Lawrence R. Sims and SSDC, Inc.

Book Review: Adventure Idea Factory from DWD Studios

Every so often I pull my head out of the fantasy worlds it tends to inhabit and take a look at different genres. Occasionally (don’t tell anybody!) I even read non-fiction. But somewhere in the last 25 years, my love for science fiction faded and has been supplanted by places of myth, magic, and mayhem. . . . → Read More: Book Review: Adventure Idea Factory from DWD Studios

Book Review: Martial Cultures: Arytis from Chaotic Shiny Productions

Every place and people has its own rhyme and reason. Almost from birth we become a part of a community and each has an internal consistency that may be similar to other places and yet remains unique to that context of space and time.

That’s what I love about the Martial Cultures series from Chaotic . . . → Read More: Book Review: Martial Cultures: Arytis from Chaotic Shiny Productions

Book Review: Tales of the Old Margreve

There is power in the dark. We have known this since childhood. But there’s actually more power in the half-lit darkness of the deep forest where things have trees to hide behind and branches to climb to lay in wait for the next victim. The woods have always provided food and shelter for those daring . . . → Read More: Book Review: Tales of the Old Margreve

Book Review: Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom – Nevermet Press

Though I feel I’ve become a bit jaded over the years as I’ve seen story after story, plot after plot, character after character repeated over and over in popular fiction, television, movies, and game materials, it’s nice to occasionally find something that is refreshingly unique and thought provoking.

No, I’m not talking about AMC’s The . . . → Read More: Book Review: Brother Ptolemy & The Hidden Kingdom – Nevermet Press

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