Hello everyone, welcome to episode 164 of the LitRPG podcast. For the full show notes visit us at: https://litrpgpodcast.com/litrpg-podcast-164
I’m Ramon Mejia. I’m here to bring you the latest LitRPG news, reviews, and author interviews. I have 6 new reviews just for you.
Before we begin, I want to give a shout out to two new supporters: Christian Thomas, and S Selcouth. Thank you both for your generous support.
New Releases and Reviews:
Lots of action, little less real world story
Score: 7.7 of 10
Didn’t work for me. Good end. Ok, but skippable middle, and disliked beginning.
Score: 6 out of 10
Good action and a switch from the fantasy setting
Score: 7.5 out of 10
A good, if predictable, dungeon core story.
Score: 7.2 out of 10
Russian translation, lots of detailed RPG action, and sometimes hard to connect to character.
Score: 7.3 out of 10
It has some flaws, but is a pretty good LitRPG story that has magical academy, coming of age themes, good action, crafting, and a tournament.
Score: 7.5 out of 10
A quick congratulations to Michael Chatfield for his amazing launch of the 4th Realm last week. It broke through the top 100 on all of Amazon for a number of days. I think it hit 86 or even lower at one point. But it just goes to show how well a LitRPG novel can do, even if it’s not on KU.
Michael Chatfield, author of the Emerialia series and The 10th Realm series, did a Facebook Live stream this week where he answered fan questions and made some announcements. He claimed full responsibility for the spelling errors in the latest book, the 4th Realm, as a product of him writing changes right before release.
Michael also announced that he’ll be putting books 1-3 of the 10 Realm series into the Kindle Unlimited program for 90 days, starting April 1st. He’s doing this to help out fans that have been begging him to put his stuff back on KU so they can afford to read it.
It’s a limited time project, so starting April 1st go get those books, cause they won’t be there forever.
I hope things are going well still. I wanted to give the podcast a heads up that Login Accepted will be free this four day weekend to build up some traction again before Login Re;Coded comes out mid- to late May. - RJ Triveri
Matthew Kent mentioned this week that his book The Apprentice of Arabella will be FREE this Friday and Saturday.
New LitRPG Audiobooks
A Song of Shadow: Bard from Barliona, Book 2 (March 29th, 2019)
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