Croft Fantasy Book Reviews has done a nice review of my fantasy novel Roots Run Deep. Here's a snippet:
"What attracted me to this story was that it focused on a Goblin character, which was nice for a change. I really liked the descriptive passages of the Kip’s world. Vibrant scenes that build a dark and realistic world. Kip is a good strong character. She takes the reader through the story and I found her an engaging believable character."
Woohoo! Several reviewers have commented how they liked Kip, a smart-mouthed goblin in a world run by humans. A big part of her appeal, I think, is that's shes an ordinary person who rises to do extraordinary things. She's a small-time thief, mediocre sorceress, and bad gambler who is cornered into a position of having to be the leader of her people.
The reviewer also had this to say: "I did feel the plot shot forward a bit fast at times, this left me feeling a little disorientated."
Hmmm. Yes, this isn't the first time I've heard this. Something to watch out for. A good writer learns from his reviews.
Well, off to write the All the Gods are Human, Book Three of the Timeless Empire series!