September 2019 Fantasy Sci-Fi

September 2019 Book Releases: Fantasy + Sci-Fi

Ready for a new fantasy or sci-fi read? You’ll be sure to find one amongst these September fantasy and sci-fi releases! This month sees some exciting debut novels from Rena Barron, David Koepp, Jillian Boehme, and more! Plus there’s something for everyone with dragons, deadly organisms, magic, and warriors! Read on to discover our picks […]

Why Everyone Should Read V.E. Schwab’s ‘Vicious’

“Plenty of humans were monstrous, and plenty of monsters knew how to play at being human.” Every once in a while, there comes along a book that you know, deep in your heart, everyone and their mother would enjoy. Sure, opinions vary. There are people out there who have never read Harry Potter. People who […]

Review: The Inn by James Patterson and Candice Fox

The Inn is the latest from a Candice Fox and James Patterson partnership, and it is as exciting as their Harriet Blue series. The book opens with Billy mourning his wife, Siobhan’s death, along with the residents in their inn, in a small town. They’re a motley crew, but as the book progresses, it quickly […]

How To Be Remy Cameron by Julian Winters

Review: How To Be Remy Cameron by Julian Winters

This book follows Remy Cameron, an adopted, openly gay, black teen who is trying to figure out his place in the world and who he wants to be on his own terms. Remy is very well-liked by almost everyone but is facing the issue of not really knowing who he is. When he’s assigned an […]

Sea of Glass Seven Jane

EXCLUSIVE: ‘The Isle of Gold’ & Its Upcoming Sequel

This October marks the one-year anniversary of Seven Jane’s The Isle of Gold and we are thrilled to be releasing a brand new book trailer for The Isle of Gold, which is a multi-category bestseller! Not only that, but a sequel has been announced today and The Sea of Glass will release in June 2020! […]

The Vagabond King by Jodie Bond

Review: The Vagabond King by Jodie Bond

The Vagabond King is an action packed fantasy novel that kicks off a new trilogy from debut UK author Jodie Bond. The story starts with Lleu, who is part of a group of soldiers called the Palimore and they are just about to launch a surprise invasion on a neighbouring island. As they take the […]

Cold Storage by David Koepp

Review: Cold Storage by David Koepp

From page one this book grabs ahold and refuses to let go. There is no easing into it, nor should there be in a novel focused on catastrophic events that could wipe out mankind. A green fungus is spreading, one that grows, and spreads, and… thinks. David Koepp constructs a terrifying concept that plays out […]

Grishaverse Books Leigh Bardugo

‘King of Scars’ and Its Impact On The Grishaverse

The latest instalment in Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse released earlier this year with King of Scars, and boy, did it leave its mark. With a risky ending that divided readers, King of Scars left us with many unanswered questions. This article will discuss the impact King of Scars has had on the Grishaverse as we know […]

A Midnight Clear Sam Hooker

Review: ‘A Midnight Clear’ Anthology

With stories from the authors of Black Spot Books – Sam Hooker, Alcy Leyva, Laura Morrison, Dalena Storm, Cassondra Windwalker, and Seven Jane. This book is a delightfully decadent descent into Yuletide madness and horrors that were hilariously imaginative and chilling…in essence, the perfect Christmas tales. Each author in this anthology takes their own twist […]

Review: Death By The River by Alexandrea Weis & Lucas Astor

Inspired in part by true events, Death by the River by Alexandrea Weis and Lucas Astor [Vesuvian Books, October 2018] is the kind of skin-crawling, queasy-feeling-in-the-pit-of-your-stomach story that needs to be told and demands to be read. Twin sisters Leslie and Dawn might share the same dirty blonde hair and blue eyes, but that’s where […]

Review: Five New Sci-Fi Audio Short Stories

On August 27th, released an audio collection of five previously published science-fiction/fantasy stories by some of the most popular writers in this genre. Ranging in length from around twenty-five minutes to over an hour and a half, each story is rich with its own uniquely futuristic vibe. has produced a well-polished collection, using […]

Things for Halloween

Warm up your cauldrons, grab your grimoires, and ready the goats for sacrificing; it’s that time of the year, again. And to put you in the spirit for All Hallows Eve, I’ve compiled this list of some of my favorite scary / Halloween themed things.

Novedades de junio

Como ahora se ha unido al equipo Ricardo Manzanaro de España, desde el mes próximo este espacio se llamará oficialmente “Novedades de Latinoamérica”. Por lo pronto nos hemos dividido el trabajo para este mes. LIBROS En Perú ha sido publicado el libro “El llamado de Gea”, escrito a cuatro manos por Aland Bisso y Gonzalo […]

Top post de Mayo

Muchos han sido los post preferidos de mayo. Empecemos con los libros Libros Jack Dowden en su serie “Characters” (personajes) analiza a Kvothe, personaje principal de los libros “The Name of the Wind” y “The wise man’s fear” de Patrick Rothfuss  y a Clare del animé Claymore. En este último artículo debo advertir a los […]

The Last Bookshop by Richard Dadd & Dan Fryer

“There have always been stories. Ever since the earliest days.” Once in a while, I like to be reminded that the future is pretty from where we’re sitting, the present endlessly dull, but the past is far more vibrant than any technology can reproduce. That’s a theme that seldom gets put into words without a […]