Good day readers!
It is my pleasure to announce that I am now a tour host at Sage’s Blog Tours, organiser of my very own blog tour (now over—and with good reviews, and one lucky giveaway winner!)
Anyway, marketing lingo aside, this development entails some changes. Firstly, I’ll be hosting interviews with selected authors; topics include (but are not limited to): questions on how it is to be a writer; what difficulties does the burgeoning storyteller face—; philosophical discourse, with particular regards to aesthetics; and general questions like ‘What’s your favourite season?’ (Not that I care about favourite seasons, of course, but it makes for good reading.)
Secondly, I’ll be doing some reviews. I already review lots of stuff nobody ever seems to read (you have checked out my Goodreads, right? Right?) so this’ll be no problem. Of course, I shall do my utmost to remain impartial (like hell I will), since—naturally—I have no reason not to be. None at all.
Jokes aside, the final change will be hosting cover reviews. Essentially, I reveal covers to upcoming books—and I suggest improvements to the design, and give my opinion in the full capacity of someone who depends on good covers to sell books. I have no doubt my feedback will be much appreciated…
Anything Coming Up?
Indeed; on March the 31st, to be precise. I am interviewing an author by the name of Jenna Hiott. She has written two books in a trilogy by the name of (surprisingly enough) the Todor trilogy. A piece of fantasy-come-speculative-theology, Todor will make for intriguing philosophical discourse; or, at least, that is the plan. (Plans and I are not the greatest of friends, alas.)
What About the Fallen Saga?
Fear not! Another episode is in the making. Battles shall be won and lost; fate shall be decided. But, then again, you shouldn’t trust me on that—poems are too fickle a beast to be so predicted.
I shall also be concocting some essays for you to entertain yourselves with (or lament at my boldness, as the case may be). Until then, may the stars be with you…