“Mark of the Warrior” is one of this reviewer’s stand-out tales here at workadayreads.com.
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Click here to see a very favourable review of Thunder on the Battlefield: Sorcery, by writer/editor/reviewer Scott M. Sandridge.
As part of the Virtual Tour for the Thunder on the Battlefield anthologies, my Guest Post is up at Beauty in Ruins. Click here to learn a bit about my inspiration for the story – and the concerns I had soon after I’d submitted it to editor James Tuck…
Beginning on the 30th September is a Virtual Tour (presented by Tomorrow Comes Media) to help promote and spread the word about both volumes of Thunder on the Battlefield. I’ve had the honour of writing a guest post which will be up at Beauty in Ruins on the 3rd of October, in which I’ll be talking a bit about (among other things) the inspiration for “Mark of the Warrior”. Be sure to check it out, as well as the many other guest posts, interviews and reviews.
Here’s the latest review for Thunder on the Battlefield: Sorcery at bookpushers.com. I’m touched…
Both volumes of Thunder on the Battlefield are on sale in Forbidden Planet in Glasgow! I’d be lying if I said that didn’t give me a thrill…
Very pleased to see that reviewer Keith West of Amazing Stories enjoyed the anthology, citing “Mark of the Warrior” as one of five “standout” tales from the twelve included! The full review can be found here.
(Also, the review for Volume 1 (Sword) is here.)
So I had this hankering about, ohhhhh, a year ago. I wanted a sword and sorcery anthology, done right by a press who would not only appreciate the genre but actively enjoy it, that I could submit a story to. I have this character Theok who is a Northland barbarian living and adventuring in a sword and sorcery version of the Old Testament. He is a follower of Yahweh translated through his upbringing as a barbarian so he views and serves Him as a warrior God. It’s like what the Bible would be like if written by Robert E. Howard.
Anyways, I have long liked the way Seventh Star Press runs their ship. They put out a top notch product, promote the hell out of it, and their authors are really happy. So I hit up Stephen Zimmer, the go to man for all things Seventh Star, and said to…
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By all means, check out Vol.1 (Sword) also – I’ve already got my copy and I’m sure the stories will be awesome!