This is a story about two people proving their worth and trying to find their place in this world. Narune and his mother, Colibri, were born as Halfborn. Fated to die, considered too dangerous to live, but despite the vows of their people they survive as outcasts. And now, as danger ramps up and the … Continue reading Cradle of Sea and Soil by Bernie Anés Paz — A Review
The third entry in the Roger Whitt's Monster series, Monster In My Head, releases today! As it currently stands, this is the conclusion of the three-novella set, and finishes off Roger's arc in what I feel is a satisfying way. Here it is! Roger Whitt has had a bad day. Imaginary monsters have invaded his … Continue reading Monster In My Head Released!
I'm going to try to make this a review blog as well as an author/narrator news blog from now on. Any time I come across a book with less than a hundred reviews, I'll be reviewing it here (And on Amazon and Goodreads, of course). Here we go! India Bones and the Ship of the … Continue reading India Bones and the Ship of the Dead, by Set Sytes — A Review
Through the Lichgate is now available on Audible! Lillie Ricciardi did an amazing job bringing Thana's voice to life, and I've been counting away the days waiting for everyone to be able to hear it. Give it a look on Audible or Amazon! More announcements (and perhaps some reviews) coming soon! See you around,Kyle Adams
I think it's about time I start putting reviews on this blog. From now on, if I read a book that has less than a hundred reviews, I'll say my piece about it. I might hit my backlog, too. Plenty of books I've read that deserve more reviews. Here we go: Weapons of Disharmony by … Continue reading Weapons of Disharmony by Chad Retterath – A Review
Happy Holidays everyone! It's been a very long and interesting year. I've had a lot of good happen, a good bit of bad, but we made it through and it's time to celebrate. And how better for me to celebrate than to put all my books on sale? Through the Lichgate Illusion of Grandeur Devil … Continue reading Christmas Sale and Cover Reveal!
November was National Novel Writing Month. I started an experimental novel on October 21st or so, and now that novel is 58k words, with 42k of them written in November proper. How did I do? Not so great, apparently. I still have time to finish the story, or at least hit 50k words, but it … Continue reading So Long, NaNoWriMo2020
So, I found out yesterday that this website was spotted with ads. I assume it's been that way for years. Every visitor I've had here since day one (who doesn't use adblockers) has been bombarded with random garbage without my say-so. I'm a little horrified. That problem has been fixed. On to less embarrassing things. … Continue reading Website Woes / Writing Process
(Scroll down past this story for a news update.) The more atmophere, the better, right? I stepped into the new game shop on the outskirts of town, awed by the stone masonry that made up the place. I mean, sure, it was paper-mache or something, but it was cool. A very lifelike bird in an … Continue reading Immersion
Two and a half years ago, I started pleasure-writing some weird self-indulgent tale about demons, angels, and sport battles. At the time, I didn't know I'd finish the tale. I didn't know how hard it would be to write, or how much it would mean to me. But now that book is finished! Devil Game. … Continue reading Devil Game Released!