There's a lot of news happening around the blog-o-sphere over the past few weeks, so here's a run down for you:
Zoe at Fantasy Bytes has found that Abaddon books are taking open submissions for their new series of e-novellas. They are accepting a wide range of speculative sub-genres and ideas, so take a look. The closing date is at the end of September.
Ross from Cursed Armada has launched a new Facebook page called The Fantasy Tavern. Facebook is lacking a good place where fantasy fans can congregate and share their love of all things speculative, so head on over and say hi!
Michael Abayomi has an insanely ambitious project ahead of him; he is attempting to self-publish six fantasy book in as many months using crowdfunding to meet the publishing costs. Best of luck to you, Michael! You can watch Michael Abayomi's campaign video on YouTube.
As for Mithril Wisdom news, I've also received a few review copies of books - a paperback copy of Land of Hope and Glory by Geoffrey Wilson and a digital copy of Theft of Swords by Michael J. Sullivan. They both look like very good reads and I'm looking forward to both of them. Thanks Geoffrey and Michael!
A note to authors and publishers - until further notice, I will no longer be accepting review requests, at least until my backlog has cleared a little. I've updated my review policy to reflect this.
Also, I've hit 350 followers! Yay! I'm getting together some prizes for a giveaway in the next few days, so watch this space!
Are you tempted to enter the Abaddon submissions challenge? Would you consider sponsoring a crowdfunding project?