Tag Archives: Various Authors

Marching Time by Various Authors – Anthology Review [Eroldren]


Eroldren looks over at the latest theme anthology from the Bolthole forum writing community, Marching Time, covering the myriad subject of Time Traveling.

Showcases varied time periods and locations of remarkable Bolthole imagination to be found throughout this curious collection.” – Eroldren, The Founding Fields

Manifesto UF by Various Authors – Anthology Review [Bane of Kings]

Manifesto UF

Milo, aka “Bane of Kings” reviews the multi-authored Manifesto UF, containing stories from the likes of  Zachary Jernigan, Teresa Frohock and Jeff Saylards, as well as fellow Founding Fields member Abhinav Jain (Shadowhawk), edited by Tim Marquitz and Tyson Mauermann telling a themed collection of urban fantasy stories - Manifesto UF is an anthology that’s recommended reading.

“An excellent collection that gives a great exploration of  how varied Urban Fantasy can be, bringing some great stories to the pipeline with some stellar contributions across all areas. Certainly worth checking out, particularly if you’re a fan of the subgenre.” ~Bane of Kings, The Founding Fields

The Black Wind’s Whispers by Various Authors – Book Review [Eroldren]

The Black Wind's Whispers

Eroldren takes a look over the Bolthole’s first self-published anthology, The Black Wind’s Whispers, with a special short story contribution from C.L. Werner.

“Indeed a strange batch of intriguing tales from our world’s dark side done with unexpected takes.” – The Founding Fields

The Black Wind’s Whispers by Various Authors – Anthology Review [Bane of Kings]

The Black Wind's Whispers

Bane of Kings shares his thoughts on The Black Wind’s Whispers, a self-published collection of historical horror stories from authors who are all members of Black Library Bolthole, as well as a short story by CL Werner.

“An intriguing mix of horror stories that proves that the genre can be very varied indeed. Giving classic monsters new twists.” ~The Founding Fields

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