My wife has created WREINDEER - and it's amazing!
This is, by far(!), the most original story I've read in ages. It's amazing - so brilliantly written, so unique - it's The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy meets a steampunk version of The Hobbit. In this first book in the series, we meet Thomas Senlin and his new wife, who are going on their... Continue Reading →
BETTER THAN THE SHINING! I finally get it. I went in completely blind with this. Hadn't heard a thing, other than that it was the follow-up to The Shining. Now, if this is what it feels like to read King novels when they're new and unknown, when your expectations aren't painted by years of hype... Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago I tweeted about my wife going back home. You see, we live apart (we have for a while) and because of Covid-19 we got to spend a lot of time together because she basically became stranded where I live. Those tweets always gets loads of response, which is really sweet. I... Continue Reading →
Let me preface this by saying I always read a prologue, if it's there. I've realized that some people dislike them so much they'll just skip them altogether, and that's not where I'm at. If I'm reading a book, I read all parts of the book. Also, I don't mind them. There's nothing inherently bad... Continue Reading →
The Gatewatch is a fantasy novel with roots in Norse mythology and it releases today! I was lucky enough to chat with author Joshua Gillingham about his exciting debut. Hi Joshua. Tell me about your book. I can guess what it's about from the cover, but what's the story? Hello Trey! Thank you... Continue Reading →
Finally! It's been more than two years since I read the first book in this excellent series - the review of which you can find here - and I'm so happy to finally have this in my hand. I remember when I read the first one, thinking it was one of the best indie book... Continue Reading →
I doubt this book needs any introduction, but just in case: Family moves into hotel to look after it on the off-season. Hotel is haunted. Family becomes hotel victims. I really like King's writing style for this. It's a much shorter book than IT which I recently read, and feels more akin to The Dark... Continue Reading →