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Elizabeth Tabler

Elizabeth Tabler runs Beforewegoblog and is constantly immersed in fantasy stories. She was at one time an architect but divides her time now between her family in Portland, Oregon, and as many book worlds as she can get her hands on. She is also a huge fan of Self Published fantasy and is on Team Qwillery as a judge for SPFBO5. You will find her with a coffee in one hand and her iPad in the other. Find her on: instagram.com/elizabethtabler https://beforewegoblog.com/ https://www.pinterest.com/scottveg3/ https://www.goodreads.com/Scottveg3 https://twitter.com/BethTabler

REVIEW: The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix

In thinking of the title of this book, The Final Girl Support Group, where a support group is by its nature a safe and comforting idea, instead, think about what it means to have been...

An Interview with Paul Tremblay

Paul Tremblay has won the Bram Stoker Award, British Fantasy, and Massachusetts Book awards for his work in the horror field. His novels horror novels include The Cabin at the End of the World,...

REVIEW: The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig

Wendig is a study of different types of horrors. If you haven’t read many Wendig books, Chuck writes with various styles and themes. Each one of his novels, whether horror or science fiction, approaches...

An Interview with Chuck Wendig

Chuck Wendig is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author, both non-fiction and novels. His recent books include Wanderers, which is a Locus, Bram Stokers, and Goodreads award Nominee. As well as...

the post

REVIEW: The Post by Kevin A. Munoz

The Post by Kevin A. Munoz is a strange and brutal tale. Often dark to the point of being physically unnerving and bulging with well-crafted battles between the main character, Police Chief Sam Edison of...

the haunting of tram car 015

REVIEW: The Haunting of Tram Car 015 by P. Djèlí Clark

The Haunting of Tram Car 015 is a story that takes place in an alternative history of Egypt after the British rule was overthrown in 1879. Now, the year is 1912. Cairo is written...

flame riders

REVIEW: Flame Riders by Sean Grigsby

Flame Riders, the third and, from what I understand, the final story in the Ash Kicker’s universe, is just as much fun as the first two books and had me finishing the book in...

flame riders

An Interview with Sean Grigsby

Once a professional firefighter in Arkansas, musician, podcaster, and author, Sean Grigsby takes on the third installment in the Ash Kicker series with another thrilling story in Flame Riders. Sean has a chat with us...

rabbits

An Interview with Terry Miles, Author of Rabbits

Undoubtedly, if you are into podcasts as a long-form of storytelling you know of Terry Miles and by extension Tanis, and Minnow Beats Whale. Miles is a writer, producer, and director of multiple podcast...

a master of djinn

REVIEW: A Master of Djinn by P. Djèlí Clark

P. Djèlí Clark writes lush masterworks, his newest book to his collection of stories in The Dead Djinn Universe is A Master of Djinn. And, much like his other short-form works, A Master of...