Happy Sunday everyone! A few months ago I wrote a post about starting a book blog. You can find the link below: So, you want to be a book blogger?? Yes, the title is somewhat lacking in imagination!😂 But it does what it says on the tin and offers my advice to those starting a… Continue reading TTBG’s Book Blogger Musings
Happy Saturday morning everyone, whether you be spending it chilling and reading or out and about socialising I hope that you all have a fantastic weekend. 🙂 These are my recently acquired books, as always thanks to the publishers and publicists for sending me this wondrous bounty. Mageborn (Age of Dread #1) by Stephen Aryan.… Continue reading My Newest Book Haul
As a fantasy fan, I occasionally come across over used or old tropes that I find annoying. Every genre of book has them, that tired old cliché that makes you shake your head and sigh whilst reading. Well, I have created a humorous (well, I think it is) list of my fifteen most annoying fantasy… Continue reading Annoying Tropes in Fantasy: A humorous perusal of overused tropes in my favourite genre.
Welcome to 200 Words or Less, a weekly Friday feature (when I can remember or be bothered to post) here on The Tattooed Book Geek where I will bring to you reviews/thoughts of 200 words or less from the books I read before I started blogging. We all have them, books that we read and… Continue reading 200 Words or Less: Swan Song by Robert McCammon
The Boy On The Bridge. M. R.Carey. 392 pages. Horror / Fiction / Zombie / Post-Apocalyptic. My Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5. Book Blurb: Once upon a time, in a land blighted by terror, there was a very clever boy. The people thought the boy could save them, so they opened their gates and… Continue reading The Boy On The Bridge by M. R. Carey Book Review
Today on The Tattooed Book Geek I am pleased to be bringing to you all a guest post by the fantasy writer Jen Williams author of The Copper Cat trilogy and the recently released The Ninth Rain (The Winnowing Flame #1). Without further ado, it's over to Jen: The Forbidden Question: what films would you remake?… Continue reading Jen Williams Guest Post: The Forbidden Question: what films would you remake?
Today on The Tattooed Book Geek, I am pleased to be bringing you all an extract from the book A Bhikku's Tale by David R. Jordan. Bhikku Reilly of Fararden Wood has defeated the mad god Morpheo’s dragon with the help of Red City’s shaman, Murray. Now they face a much harder task. In a… Continue reading Book Extract: A Bhikku’s Tale by David R. Jordan