Legacy of Ash by Matthew Ward review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith book blog. Today’s book of choice is Legacy of Ash by Matthew Ward, which I bought after Peter’s recommendation and we decided to buddy read it. The premise A shadow has fallen over the Tressian Republic. Ruling families — once protectors of justiceContinue reading “Legacy of Ash by Matthew Ward review”

Ark of the Apocalypse by Tobin Marks review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith book blog. Today’s book of choice is a sci-fi novel Ark of the Apocalypse by Tobin Marks. The book was offered to me by the author and it looked like something I should absolutely enjoy reading so I accepted the offer. The PremiseContinue reading “Ark of the Apocalypse by Tobin Marks review”

Self Published Fantasy – Why you should read this – 3 authors – 3 series

Hello!  Welcome to another post here on the Swordsmith blog, Westu Hal to you.  I am coming to you today with a slightly different post, something special as it’s a why you should read this book or series post – self published edition. Now before I go any further I saw a post on TwitterContinue reading “Self Published Fantasy – Why you should read this – 3 authors – 3 series”

Galaxy Bound by Vidar Hokstad review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith blog. Today’s book of choice is Galaxy Bound by Vidar Hokstad, which I was very happy to be offered from the author’s agent, since I already read and reviewed the first book in The Sovereign Earth series, The Year Before the End. IContinue reading “Galaxy Bound by Vidar Hokstad review”

Jati’s Wager by Jonathan Nevair Cover Reveal

Hello!  Welcome to another post here on the Swordsmith blog, Westu Hal to you. I do hope that you are staying safe, reading something awesome and  not suffering too much in the heat we have at the moment! I am coming to you today with an awesome reveal, I am delighted to be working onceContinue reading “Jati’s Wager by Jonathan Nevair Cover Reveal”

The Order of Chaos and That Good Mischief by Lyra Wolf Cover Reveals

Hello!  Welcome to the latest post here on the Swordsmith blog, Westu Hal to you.  I do hope that you are reading something awesome, haven’t melted in the heat the UK has experienced and staying safe. Today I am delighted to be helping reveal the cover artwork of an awesome sounding Norse series by LyraContinue reading “The Order of Chaos and That Good Mischief by Lyra Wolf Cover Reveals”

The Goddess of Nothing At All by Cat Rector review

Hello and welcome to another review in Vesna’s section of The Swordsmith book blog. Today I’m going back to the Norse myths which I absolutely love and when I saw this book on BookSirens, I had to request it and I was lucky enough to get approved and get my hands on early. The PremiseContinue reading “The Goddess of Nothing At All by Cat Rector review”

The Iron Crown by L.L.Macrae Book Blitz, with a special guest.

Hello!  Welcome to another post here on the Swordsmith blog, Westu hal to you.  I do hope that you are reading something awesome, staying safe and enjoying this wonderful weather! I am delighted to be working once again with Timy and Justine from Storytellers on Tour, they have organised an awesome book blitz event forContinue reading “The Iron Crown by L.L.Macrae Book Blitz, with a special guest.”

Ajiwiak, The Mother Tree: Book three of The Wildfire Cycle by D.P. Woolliscroft review

Hello!  Welcome to the latest review here on the Swordsmith blog, westu hal to you.  I do hope that you are staying safe and reading something awesome.  I am coming to you today with a review of a book that I honestly couldn’t wait to read, it’s part of my favourite self published epic fantasyContinue reading “Ajiwiak, The Mother Tree: Book three of The Wildfire Cycle by D.P. Woolliscroft review”

Mirror In Time by David Ellis Overttun review

Hello!  Welcome to another review here on the Swordsmith blog, westu hal to you.  I am coming to you today with something very different, but first this is arguably one of the best books that I have read this year.  It’s a sci-fi book that combines everything I love about this genre, from well pacedContinue reading “Mirror In Time by David Ellis Overttun review”