The Iron Kingdoms is fast becoming one of my favorite fantasy worlds. Eschewing the traditional medieval milieu for a steam-powered industrial setting, The Iron Kingdoms is a fresh take on military fantasy. This collection of four novellas is a good example why that is. Continue reading →
This post is a continuation of the thoughts expressed in the previous one. If you haven’t read it yet, you might want to just to understand the context. Here I’m going to discuss my reading plans for the year. They’re going to be a bit different than they’ve been.
I don’t make resolutions, but I do believe in setting goals, whether I reach any of them or not. I know from experience if I don’t set some sort of a goal, then I won’t get anything accomplished. Think of this post as a series of goals, goals that are flexible and highly subject to change. Continue reading →