Welcome to the Kickoff of the Miss Percy’s Pocket Guide to the Care and Feeding of British Dragons Book Tour presented by Storytellers On Tour! What a glorious mouthful that title is, huh?! Today I’m honored to share with you all a bit about this incredible comedic fantasy tale of manners from author Quenby Olson, as well as something really special. I’m really excited to hear what our tour hosts think of Miss Percy, so stay tuned! We’ve got a fantastic week ahead.
Welcome to the Kickoff of the Creation Book Tour presented by Storytellers On Tour! It’s always an absolute pleasure to welcome Bjørn Larssen to the blog, and I can’t tell you how excited I am to shout about this new weird and wonderful, satirical series of his, Why Odin Drinks. Ever wonder how the world came to be? Well, Larssen gives us the answers through the eyes of weary god learning how to god. This one seems like a blast, and I can’t wait to hear what everyone thinks about it. Stay tuned, it’s going to be a fantastic week ahead!
Every once in a while a book will blip on your radar and make you come to a screeching halt to look a bit closer, am I right? Well, this happened recently for me, and color me intrigued. Brian P. Rubin’s comic sci-fi novel, Dim Stars: A Novel of Outer-Space Shenanigans (take a moment to appreciate that title, please), sports an absolutely stunning cover and its blurb promises some glorious chaos. We all need a bit of chaos in our lives. THIS is one I cannot wait to dive into. Fingers crossed I have the bandwidth to do so verrry soon.
Today I’m thrilled to welcome M. J. Northwood to the blog for a special feature on Finding the Funny in Fantasy, something I believe we all need more of in our lives. Last year, I read and reviewed his epic fantasy novel, Birth of the Dawnhawk, as well as interviewed him along with his co-author for Self-Published Fantasy Month 2020, so when the opportunity to feature his comedic fantasy series, Game of Gnomes, came along, I just couldn’t say no. Those of you that know me also know I can’t stay away from two specific things when it comes to books I love: the darkest of the dark fantasy…and Ridiculous(ly)™️ funny and satiric moments. From what I’ve heard from others that have read The Necrognomicon, it seems to fit nicely in the latter, and I am in desperate need of this book. With characters named Gassy, Borty, and Turdlet…I mean, come on.
Duckett & Dyer: Dicks for Hire is a brilliant blend of science fiction and snarky comedy, just oozing with laugh-out-loud humor and sarcasm. Set in a bustling city very reminiscent of modern day Manhattan, we’re dropped into a seemingly normal world of…
After a robbery gone horribly wrong, Cord, a cursed thief, broadens his horizons and plans to execute the heist of a lifetime. With fellow thief and knife connoisseur Nenn in tow, the two build their ragtag crew to target…