Things have been a little quiet at the library lately. Trudie published a book, and Nils moved to the Netherlands. It's not all about us, though. Today, we have an interview with short-story writer Jessa Forest.
First of all, could you tell us a little…
by Krystle Matar
Originally featured on Self-Published Fantasy Month.
Follow the law and you’ll stay safe. But what if the law is wrong?
Tashué’s faith in the law is beginning to crack.
Three years ago, he stood by when the Authority condemned Jason to the brutality of the Rift…
Anthology by Angela Boord, Krystle Matar, Clayton W. Snyder, Luke Tarzian, and D.P. Woolliscroft. Foreword by Justine Bergman.
Everything ends. Some go peacefully. Others, less so. A starving thief. Lovers with an impossible choice. A broken-hearted soldier. Demons bound in flesh. A cat from hell. In…
The Gods of Men
I generally try to avoid reading book descriptions. More often than not, they turn me off from the book rather than attract me to it. Instead, I listen to recommendations and keep an eye out for what people…
The Metals, #2
I've been reading this book on and off ever since it came out, in November last year. It is both one of the strangest and one of the most beautiful books I've ever read. The writing is intensely…
by Michael R. Fletcher
A broken man, Khraen awakens alone and lost. His stone heart has been shattered, littered across the world. With each piece, he regains some small shard of the man he once was.
He follows the trail, fragment by fragment, remembering his terrible past.