So back in May the call went out to authors to enter #SPFBO — The Self-published fantasy blog off! We decided to enter Once Lost Lords, Stephan’s Urban Fantasy book. The book made it through the ‘semi-final’ round with Bookworm Blues, the blog the book was assigned to and Sarah did an incredible review about it. I encourage you to check out her site and see all the books she had to read, her reviews are really fun and personable!
You can also read more about SPFBO here!
Source: #SPFBO | Once Lost Lords – Stephan Morse
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Most people play the game: total immersion VR with full neural sync. But Hank lives it.
In Unlimited Combat, he’s one of the best. He makes his own luck. And he plays solo. Until now.
When a player offers Hank fame and fortune, it’s too good to pass up. To succeed, Hank must fight harder than ever before, pushing past the game’s safety protocols. His life is on the line, and when he’s captured, he knows he’s in too deep. Can he escape? And who can he trust?
Meanwhile, Hank’s father also escapes into VR, where he can relive his military past. But Hank’s dad has problems, caused by his experiences in the virtual battlefields of the future, and sometimes he has difficulty separating reality from his memories of virtual conflict. In real life, there’s conflict between father and son – could they be heading for a collision in VR?
Join Hank in the game—if you dare.
I’ve got a stack of reviews saved up – and may at some point be opening up to reviews by request again.
Some of the links have been cleaned up or taken down, including old pages that are for offers no longer in existence.
Sometime this week I’ll start moving all works in progress over to the Patreon and updating the site so my Patreon link is more visible. There will be a single page for “works in progress” which will link the Patreon posts together by chapter. This will likely annoy me.
I’ve had zero feedback on the Patreon as a whole, so it’s hard to gauge how useful it will be. I would push it more, but eh. If you want access to any and all works in progress, it will be over there. It is very likely that anything “wide” – that is to say, not in Kindle Unlimited, will be uploaded to Patreon as well.