Soul Of The World – An Interview With David Mealing

I have been really lucky recently, getting the chance to talk to multiple of this year's debut authors. This week I got to talk with David Mealing about his massive new book, Soul of the World. It was a huge debut novel that impressed me with its numerous magic systems, giant scope, and interesting world:…

Observations About LotR – The Return Of The King

The Quill to Live team is currently doing a reread of Lord of the Rings because for many of us, it has been awhile since we read it (on average about a decade). I initially thought about doing a review piece, but no one needs to hear another review about LotR to know it is…

Kings Of The Wyld – An Interview With Nicholas Eames

If you haven’t gotten your hands on Kings of the Wyld yet, by Nick Eames, then you are missing out (review here). It is definitely going to be one of my top books of 2017 and every other reviewer and blogger I know is talking about how much they love it. On top of Kings…

Senlin Ascends – Climbing To The Top Of The Favorite List

Ever since Mark Lawrence gave a vote of confidence for Senlin Ascends, by Josiah Bancroft, you can’t swing a dead cat (which is a weird saying might I add) without hitting a positive review of it. As such I figured I ought to check it out, because while you probably don’t need yet another review…

Starting Places For Various Sub-Genres – Unbound Worlds

I am unfortunately a bit disorganized today, so I do not have a fresh review or thought piece for you to burn through. Instead, I want to draw attention to a great piece from another website - Unbound Worlds. Unbound Worlds has created a fantastic introduction list to a number of various sci-fi and fantasy…

The Legion Of Flame – A Battalion Of Hotness

Let me save you some time. The Legion of Flame, by Anthony Ryan, is great. You should absolutely go pick it up and read it (preferably after reading the initial installment The Waking Fire). Great, now we can get into the actual review. Competition has been harsh this summer. As we pass through June and…