Tag Archives: Self Published

The Package by John C. Scott – Book Review [Bellarius]


With another Nineteen Galaxies novel recently released, Bellarius sees what John C. Scott has in store for readers with The Package.

“A frantic, desperate chase set among the stars which delivers exactly what the blurb promises.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields

How To Cheat by Matt Forbeck – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk reviews the second novel in Matt Forbeck’s self-published Dangerous Games trilogy.

“All I can say is that my search for a less-than-stellar Matt Forbeck novel continues.” ~Shadowhawk, The Founding Fields

Recon One-Five: A Nineteen Galaxies Novel by John Charles Scott – Book Review [Bellarius]


Taking a break from major publishers, Bellarius reviews the science fiction military novels Recon One-Five by John Charles Scott.

“A flawed gem of a novel which is the epitome of love it or hate it” – The Founding Fields

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Sailor of the Skysea by A.C.F. Crawford – Book Review [Bane of Kings]

Sailor of the Skysea

Bane of Kings reviews the self-published novel Sailor of the Skysea, by A.C.F. Crawford. 

“An interesting, confident adventure story that makes my experience with self-published novels continue to be successful.” ~The Founding Fields

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Keystones: Altered Destinies by Alexander McKinney – Book Review [Bane of Kings]

Altered Destinies

Bane of Kings reviews the self-published Keystones: Altered Destinies, by Alexander McKinney.

“A fun, enjoyable read. Certainly worth checking out if you have access to Amazon ebooks.” ~The Founding Fields

How To Play by Matt Forbeck – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

Dangerous Games 01 How To PLay

Shadowhawk reviews the first novel in Matt Forbeck’s self-published Dangerous Games trilogy.

“Matt Forbeck does it again and writes a really suspenseful story full of murder, deceit and tabletop geeks galore.” ~Shadowhawk, The Founding Fields

The Immortals of Meluha by Amish Tripathi – Book Review [Shadowhawk]


Shadowhawk reviews the first book in the Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi’s, one of India’s most recent literary successes.

“A daring retelling of one of Hinduism’s greatest mythologies, The Immortals of Meluha is a welcome entry on the world SFF scene, and in that context, firmly establishes the relevance of Indian fantasy fiction. If you are looking for an Indian-themed epic fantasy of a mythological bent, this is the book you need to be reading.” ~The Founding Fields

Wroge Elements: It Began with Ashes by D.E.M Emrys – Book Review [Bane of Kings]

It Began with Ashes

Bane of Kings writes a review of It Began with Ashes by self-published author D.E.M Emrys.

“An awesome tale, edge-of-your seats stuff.” ~The Founding Fields

Shotguns & Sorcery Double – Bad Times and End Times In Dragon City [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk reviews the second and third books of the Shotguns & Sorcery trilogy from Matt Forbeck’s 12-for-12 project.

“This is when my inner fanboy comes out all giddy with excitement, because my favourite author has written two more kick-ass awesome novels.. This must be how Brandon Sanderson die-hard fans must feel.” ~The Founding Fields

Wroge Elements: From Man To Man by D.E.M Emrys – Short Story Review [Bane of Kings]

From Man To Man

Bane of Kings reviews the self-published, free on Amazon short story by D.E.M Emrys, From Man to Man. As this is a short story, it’ll be a shorter review than normal with a slightly adjusted format to the normal, full length novel reviews.

“A great short teaser that keeps the reader entertained and leaves them wanting more.” ~The Founding Fields

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