Another year has disappeared over the horizon and the next 365 day void has promptly appeared, demanding to be used productively (definitions of productively may vary). Last year was certainly a busy year under the general hobby umbrella that is The Wizard’s Bookshelf and 2023 has the potential to be as well, provided I can pull my finger out.
Visit Amzharr for a final time this year. This short story introduces the Winter King and tells of how he made the mountains.
Ripples across Amzharr are a series of occasional short stories and myth fragments that seek to illuminate readers about the world of Amzharr. This story tells of the origins of the world’s demons.
Author Eddie Bar talks about what inspired him to put pen to paper.
Author Eddie Bar shares some thoughts on writing about immortality, and considers whether its as great as all those sexy vampires make it out to be.
Read the first chapter of The Rose of Amzharr – go on, you know you want to.
A short story inspired by a recent game of Kings of War with Brothermark facing the Riftforged Orcs.
A quick review of Christina Henry’s Horseman.
I finally get around to writing a quick review of Joe Abercrombie’s The Wisdom of Crowds.
A quick review of Ben Aaronovitch’s Moon over Soho.