Guest Post Category

Guest Post: “Where The Trail Cuts: The Golgotha Series, The New Trilogy, and the Ghost Dance Judgment” by R.S. Belcher

Today we’re thrilled to welcome author R.S. Belcher to the BiblioSanctum! As you know, I’m a huge fan of his work, ever since I discovered The Six-Gun Tarot, which also led to me check out his Nightwise and Brotherhood of the Wheel series and most recently The Queen’s Road which was published as an Audible Original. […]

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Guest Post: “My Favourite Creepy Children” by Tim Major

Today we’re very happy to present a very special treat! Earlier this year saw the release of Hope Island by Tim Major, a novel described as a thought-provoking exploration of family, identity, and community. Nina is a workaholic mother struggling to keep everything in her life together after her partner Rob walks out on her, traveling to […]

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Guest Post: “It’s All About Family…And Thrillers” by T. Frohock

Today, we’re thrilled to welcome back author T. Frohock to the BiblioSanctum! We’ve been followers of her work for a long time, and celebrations are in order for the release of her new book Carved From Stone and Dream, the follow-up to Where Oblivion Lives in the hit series Los Nifilim! Set during the Spanish […]

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The Violent Fae: The Ordshaw Vignettes by Phil Williams

Today, The BiblioSanctum is pleased to welcome back Phil Williams, author of the Sunken City books Under Orshaw and Blue Angel, in a very special tour to celebrate the release of The Violent Fae, the closing chapter of the trilogy! For this event, he is sharing 12 short stories from the city of Ordshaw, the […]

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Guest Post: “7 Secrets to Making Fascinating Monsters” by Laurence MacNaughton

Today, we’re pleased to welcome back author Laurence MacNaughton to the BiblioSanctum to celebrate the release of Forever and a Doomsday, the fourth book in his Dru Jasper urban fantasy series! In this latest installment, our eponymous protagonist has found herself in possession of the powerful apocalypse scroll, an ancient artifact that can bring about the […]

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Guest post: “Goodness in a Nietzschean World” by M.C. Planck

Today, we’re pleased to welcome author M.C. Planck to the BiblioSanctum to celebrate the release of Black Harvest, his newest novel and the fifth installment in the World of Prime sequence! Hard to believe how quickly time has flown and how much this series has expanded. The still recall with excitement the first book Sword […]

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Guest Post: “A Snakeskins Book Soundtrack” by Tim Major

Today, we’re pleased to welcome author Tim Major to the BiblioSanctum as part of a blog tour to celebrate the release of Snakeskins, his new speculative fiction thriller from Titan Books. A timely and suspenseful sci-fi novel, it has been compared to classic John Wyndham as well as TV shows like Humans with its themes of […]

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Guest Post: “Under Ordshaw’s Covers” by Phil Williams

As you may have gathered, from our old Cover Lover feature to our participation in the Friday Face-Off meme each week, we love book covers here at the BiblioSanctum–and not just the art itself, but the entire process of planning and designing too–which is why today I am very pleased to welcome author Phil Williams […]

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Guest Post: “Creating A Sentient Starship” by Gareth L. Powell

Today, the BiblioSanctum is pleased to welcome back Gareth L. Powell, who we’re excited to host again as part of a book tour in anticipation of the release of his new novel, Fleet of Knives! This sequel to Embers of War is the second volume in a three-part science fiction series about a sentient starship called the Trouble Dog, […]

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Guest Post: “Why Write About Ghosts?” by Ben Galley

This fall, the BiblioSanctum is pleased to help spread the word about new and upcoming titles from Sigil Independent, a writing guild founded by a group of like-minded authors who believe in serious self-published fantasy for serious fantasy fans. Among their members, you will find many current and past Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off (SPFBO) authors whose […]

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