Michael’s back with a new series he found and enjoyed immensely for his book review this week. It’s Good Intentions, Book 01 of the Good Intentions series, by Elliott Kay! If you can keep an open mind, this Good Intentions will delight and surprise you.
Michael is back with the first entry in a lackluster Epic Fantasy series this week. It’s all about Seven Forges, Book 01 of the Seven Forges series, by James A. Moore! Come see where this series stacks up against the many stories competing for your consideration this week.
It’s hard to believe that our reviewer is on the ninth book in the increasingly excellent October Daye series.He took a listen to A Red Rose Chain this week, and find no thorns at all.
We almost said that winter is coming, but wait, that would be a completely different series of books. No, this week Michael is up to book eight in the October Daye series by Seanan McGuire, which was recently converted over to audiobook format. Things are really heating up in this series with The Winter Long!
This week Michael listens to Chimes at Midnight on audiobook. Things finally seem to be settling down for October Daye in this one, at least until dead changelings start appearing in the alleys of San Francisco.
Michael is continuing to review popular audio books, and dives into Ashes of Honor this week. Book Six of the October Daye series might at first seem like a giant epilogue, but it quickly evolves into something great.
Michael has been loving the October Daye series since it moved to audio books, but One Salt Sea is the best so far, with lots of action, plot twists and the introduction of Sea-Fae.
The growth of story-based games means writers are more in demand, in the games industry, than ever before. The Game Narrative Toolbox is a great starting point for anyone thinking about writing for games.
Michael’s back with the fourth entry in the excellent Urban Fantasy October Daye series. It’s okay to be Fearing the dark with Late Eclipses by Seanan McGuire!
Although An Artificial Night may have less mystery than previous audio books in the October Daye series that Michael has been reviewing, the stakes are raised to the extreme with this one, making it an ideal third book.