Audiobook reviews – The King’s General, Pyramids by Sir Pratchett, and LOTR-The Fellowship Of The Ring

  The Fellowship of the Ring The Lord of the Rings, Book 1 By: J. R. R. Tolkien Narrated by: Rob Inglis Series: The Lord of the Rings, Book 1 Length: 19 hrs and 53 mins Unabridged Audiobook Release date: 11-10-05 Language: English Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited Everyone must be familiar with this one already - if you haven't... Continue Reading →

Question for readers – long or short, which do you like best?

As you'll know if you've read my Forest Lord series it was orginally planned to be a trilogy but ended up as four full-length novels. I'd read things like Bernard Cornwell's Saxon Stories and felt like they'd have been better as a shorter series. Similarly, the first three Shannara novels by Terry Brooks were great... Continue Reading →

My small collection of historical and fantasy weaponry

I've been a fan of historical and fantasy fiction since I was a teenager so, when I got my own house as a nineteen-year-old  (twenty years ago) and I found a website called BattleOrders, I realised I could fulfil my fantasies and own all sorts of awesome swords and stuff. And at that time there... Continue Reading →

The Holy Lance review

The Holy Lance by Andrew Latham As I've noted before, (in my Day of Fire review) being an author has its perks. Sometimes I'm asked to review books before they're available to buy and it's really nice to  read something before anyone else gets to see it. Andrew Latham, Professor of Political Science and reader of... Continue Reading →

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