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Strange Matters Review by Nabila Fairuz

Strange Matters Review by Nabila Fairuz


Just a quick post to share the kind review I received from a fellow writer.

 

Yes, some may recall that I also read Nabila’s work, The Chronicles of Captain Shelly Manhar.

Nabila has kindly done the same with my book, Strange Matters. Maybe this is a little self-congratulatory but I’m proud of my work and want to share positive reviews!

Tolkien’s Ghost to Sue All Writers Who Use Orcs, Elves and Dwarfs

Tolkien’s Ghost to Sue All Writers Who Use Orcs, Elves and Dwarfs


I’m honoured to have interviewed the shade of the greatest fantasy writer of all time!

 

I won’t lie, I was terrified. This was the interview opportunity of a lifetime. I’d been granted access to the one and only J.R.R. Tolkien for a very rare face-to-face.

I can’t disclose the exact location that I was given; a place where the veil between worlds was thin, where dark things shuffle and dreadful madness creeps in the shadows. All I’m allowed to say is that it was just outside Stoke.

The Chronicles of Captain Shelly Manhar

The Chronicles of Captain Shelly Manhar


A book review!

 

Last year, I was honoured to be contacted by and interviewed by a fellow author, Nabila Fairuz. You can see her interview here on her blog, in fact. Nabila was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh and moved to Canada in 2009, attending university in Ottowa. A passionate writer, Nabila has recently produced her first novel, the Chronicles of Captain Shelly Manhar (which you can buy here at Amazon). She kindly gave me a copy to review, so that’s what I’m about to do!