Indie Focus: Spotlight On The Lost Sentinel By Suzanne Rogerson


THE FIRST OF THREE VISITS TO ANOTHER WORLD

YOUR INTRODUCTION TO BOOK ONE OF A BRAND NEW SELF-PUBLISHED FANTASY TRILOGY FROM AN UP-AND-COMING INDIE AUTHOR

 

Greetings readers. The end of this week will see the publication of The Lost Sentinel, book one of the Silent Sea Chronicles, the second novel by indie author, Suzanne Rogerson. When Suzanne issued her call for book bloggers to help with the promotion of her latest release, I jumped at the chance; the opportunity coincided with my recent desire to feature more self-published books and authors, plus the premise of her story reminded me of the Glenda Larke novel, The Last Stormlord.

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The Spotlight: Willful Child By Steven Erikson


GENE RODDENBERRY WILL BE SPINNING IN HIS GRAVE

I feel a great disturbance in the warp core, as if millions of Trekkies suddenly cried out in terror.

 

In my youth I was a big fan of the Star Trek franchise; The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and even Voyager. As I got older my enthusiasm for all things Trek gradually began to wane. There were a number of reasons for my diminishing interest but the principal one being my inability to continue to reconcile Gene Roddenberry’s utopian view of humanity’s future with my cynical assessment of human nature.

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The Spotlight: The Lions Of Al-Rassan By Guy Gavriel Kay


AN ACCLAIMED HISTORICAL FANTASY

Published almost twenty years ago, it’s long past time for me to check this book out; maybe for you, too.

 

Book CoverThe Lions Of Al-Rassan by Canadian author Guy Gavriel Kay is a book that has been recommended to me on a number of occasions, by several different people, so it has been on my to read list for a while now. I recently got hold of a copy, though it’s likely to be a few weeks before I actually get around to reading it.

For the benefit of those readers who, like me, have not read this book yet, here is a brief summary of the appeal of the book, and hopefully why it may also be a title that will be of interest to you.

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