Guest Post Category

Guest Post: “If A Fungus Had A Brain” by David Walton + International Giveaway!

***The giveaway is now over, thanks to everyone who entered!*** Today I am thrilled to welcome author David Walton to The BiblioSanctum to talk about his latest novel The Genius Plague, a science fiction-thriller about a fungal pandemic. I’m sure we’ve all read our fair share of books about nasty diseases, infections and outbreaks, all with a […]

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Guest Post: “The World behind The Heart of Stone” by Ben Galley

Ben Galley is an author who’s been on my radar for a while now, ever since his book Bloodrush was chosen as one of the top ten finalists in last year’s Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off competition. This spring, he has a new novel coming out called The Heart of Stone, a grimdark fantasy featuring war, magic, and a battle […]

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Guest Post: “The Bantering Partnerships in Literature and Film” by Paul Crilley + Giveaway!

***The giveaway is now over, thanks to everyone who entered!*** Today I am thrilled to welcome author Paul Crilley to The BiblioSanctum to talk about his latest novel Department Zero, a science fiction-fantasy adventure mash-up about infinite alternate realities and a secret society of universe-jumping agents, complete with a nice shot of Lovecraftian horror. In case […]

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Guest Post: “Your Heroes are False Idols” by Will Panzo

Today it is with great pleasure that we welcome author Will Panzo to The BiblioSanctum to talk about his debut The Burning Isle, a novel of direful magics, cruel harsh places, and vicious gritty heroes who aren’t really heroes…ah, Grimdark, how I love thee! As a reader who frequently loves to venture into this darker side […]

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An Import of Intrigue: Marshall Ryan Maresca Q&A, Guest Post & Series Giveaway!

***The giveaway is now over, thanks to everyone who entered!*** The BiblioSanctum is pleased to be a stop on the blog tour for An Import of Intrigue, the latest novel in the Maradaine Constabulary series by Marshall Ryan Maresca! We have a lot of goodies for you today – first an interview with the author himself, then a guest […]

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Guest Post: “You Can’t Hide Everything…So Don’t” by Seth Skorkowsky

Today I’m thrilled to welcome back Seth Skorkowsky to The BiblioSanctum with a guest post on writing his Valducan series. It’s always a pleasure to have you, Seth! Valducan is an urban fantasy with a horror twist, featuring a world of magic, demons, and sentient spirit-imbued weapons. Yes, it’s as cool as it sounds. I was hooked from the […]

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Guest Post: “Die, Punk Rock, Die” by Robert Brockway

Are you ready for some punk rock? I hope so, because The BiblioSanctum’s very special guest today is none other than Robert Brockway, author of the Vicious Circuit series! In case you missed it, last month I reviewed the first book, The Unnoticeables. The sequel, The Empty Ones, is out everywhere in stores today! I’m actually in the middle […]

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Guest Post: “Creating Crystal Magic” by Laurence MacNaughton + Book & Crystal Giveaway (INT)!

***The giveaway is now over, thanks to everyone who entered!***  Magic. Demons. Impending apocalypse. All this and more can be found in Laurence MacNaughton’s new urban fantasy novel It Happened One Doomsday, which is out now from Pyr Books! Dru, the story’s heroine is hardly one of the best sorcerers in the world, but she sure can do […]

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Guest Post: “What Lies Beyond Grimdark” by Jon Skovron

Earlier this month I got a hold of a copy of Hope and Red, Jon Skovron’s first novel for adults about a pair of orphans who grow from children to teenagers in a rough world of New Laven. One is a warrior, the lone survivor of a massacre on her entire village. The other is a thief […]

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Guest Post: “In Terra Ignota, Diaspora Becomes Nations Without Borders” by Ada Palmer

In case you missed it, yesterday I posted my review of the novel Too Like the Lightning, sharing my thoughts on this extraordinary book which takes place in a futuristic world very different from the one we live in right now. That’s why we’re absolutely thrilled and honored to welcome author Ada Palmer to The BiblioSanctum today, to […]

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