You know a book is that good when you rush out to buy the paperback! Just got Matriarch by indie author Adam Wing in the mail today. This story was truly unlike anything I have ever read! So what are you waiting for?
I picked up the most amazing book this week! Matriarch, by Adam Wing, is a Indie fantasy with a mythological element that I really could not put down. Coming in at just over one-hundred pages, I devoured this novella in two sittings.
What I thought would be a sweet love story told by the family matriarch on her deathbed, actually became a twisted series of tall tales aimed to entertain her descendants…or was it?
The reader is treated to a story of love and dedication with increasingly unlikely developments. While fantasy and reality are expertly interwoven, the ending still comes as a delicious shock!
This story was truly unlike anything I have ever read! I highly recommend it.
An interesting take on writer’s block and how to deal with it. The article, written by Steve Turnbull, an author I follow on Google+.
He is a frequent voice in many of the groups that I frequent, and he always has an opinion to share. In this case he encourages writers to find the root cause and offers tricks that may help an author get back to writing!
There are certain elements of life that few of us think about. Many avoid dwelling on death and few question how we ended up where we are. Was it blind luck? Skill? Ruthlessness? Or was it pre-ordained by a greater power?
Broken Fate by Jennifer Derrick tackled both elements by living through a moment in the life of one of the Fates. The author Jennifer Derrick seems to have a knack for dragging Greek mythology thousands of years ahead into the now. She breathed life into these ancient gods and goddesses and left me emotionally invested in their outcomes.
All of the elements are there, political intrigue, alliances, life, and death. The latter is central to our main characters existence and the reader gets to see what happens when rules are bent or broken.
I found it hard to put this book down, taking any opportunity I had to advance a few pages. Alas, the much of the story remains to be told. So I ordered Avenging Fate to see how just how this tale unfolds!