Hey everyone! We’re thrilled to say that Sarah AKA The Chemist has proved herself an awesome fan of The Demon Cycle once again. In addition to entering contests, she also took the time to review the latest book in the Demon Cycle– The Core.
Yesterday The Chemist put up a her review of The Skull Throne. I particularly like this one because of its theories about what’s coming next (no spoilers from me on that front). You can check out the whole thing here!
This is the final main book in the series (for now). Next up is Barren! Readers can get also their Demon Cycle fix with Peat’s novellas including The Great Bazaar and Brayan’s Gold which is two-stories-in-one published by Tachyon and Messenger’s Legacy which is published by Subterranean Press. Once again, thanks so much to Sarah for reading and reviewing!
Hey everyone! Peat’s been traveling, so we’ve got a lot to catch up on now that he’s back.
In case you missed it, Peat made a star appearance on The Author Stories Podcast. Hank Garner interview. It’s a really good one, so if you’ve got some free time, give it a listen!
Today I am joined by Peter V. Brett, author of The Demon Cycle. In this episode we talk about how a backhanded compliment from an elementary school teacher prompted him to pursue writing, having a few close friends to share your writing with, eventually leaving his day job to be a full-time writer, getting a deal for a book series, writing a long running series, designing magic systems, why fantasy appeals to us, and much more.
Now that the series is finished, I can wholeheartedly recommend it to people who are wanting a long, complex, and complete story to jump into to, one that features great characters and a unique world setting that keeps you guessing.
Thanks so much to Shawn Speakman for the rec! Some people shy away from starting a series if it’s incomplete, but that’s no longer an issue. Now that The Core is out, this is the perfect time to binge!