I’m entering The Talisman series So, one blissful thing about being an author is that we get to create these…
Author Interview: Brett Salter (#2)
Brett Salter is the author of The Talisman series. As we near the cover reveal date, The Rising Tilde had the opportunity to interview the author again. This time, we discussed the new book and writing books.
Book Review: Antiques and Alibis
Antiques and Alibis by Wendy H Jones follows Cass Claymore as she investigates cases after she inherits a detective agency.…
Book Review: The Adventures of The Strata Corps
The Adventures of The Strata Corps by Kenny Harwood is a guided activity book with a story. The reader is…
Book Review: The Tenebrous Miasma (The Anterra Collection #3)
The Tenebrous Miasma is the third book in the Anterra Collection by Blake Vanier. As the series progresses, the books…
Book Review: Mazik and the Miss Fitz (Magic Mazik #2)
Mazik and the Miss Fitz is the second book of Ian Joseph in the Adventures of Magic Mazik series. Mazik has more adventures and he has a new friend Kizam to accompany him.
Book Review: The Catalyst (The Anterra Collection #2)
The Catalyst by Blake Vanier can be best described as a deep dive into the complex world we discovered in The Orphans of New Lur. The plot is mainly around Nero, Catalyst, Iona and Isis.
Book Review: Mech – Heart & Soul (The Mech Trilogy #1)
Mech – Heart & Soul is the first book of The Mech Trilogy by Ken Deeprose. In this installation, Orin, Gigahertz, Juna and their friends attempt to save the people from Cambria from aliens called Marans.
This book boasts a unique fictional plot, and the main character having a grandfather for a partner-in-magic was rare. It is a fast-paced, adventure-filled story. The characters were a delight to get to know, and there were amusing scenes as well.
Book Review: The Orphans of New Lur (The Anterra Collection #1)
In The Orphans of New Lur by Blake Vanier, we follow five orphans Iona, Ryder, Thea, Korbin and Nero, as…