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It's hard to believe there aren't eyes in the darkness. Watching from the Shadows. Waiting for the Hired Swords to let down their guard.. They're not ready. Are you? -This show is created using Zencastr, an all-in-one podcast production suite! We love it and we know you will too. To try Zencastr today, visit https://zen.ai/thehiredswords for 30% of…
 
After a night of challenges and mystery, the Swords continue on their journey.. Unfortunate for them, they're walking directly into the rising darkness. -This show is created using Zencastr, an all-in-one podcast production suite! We love it and we know you will too. To try Zencastr today, visit https://zen.ai/thehiredswords for 30% off and a 14-da…
 
Gods, Gals, Guides and Glory.. This episode has it all.. Follow the Swords as they experience one of the largest Lore Drops they've experienced to date. -This show is created using Zencastr, an all-in-one podcast production suite! We love it and we know you will too. To try Zencastr today, visit https://zen.ai/thehiredswords for 30% off and a 14-da…
 
I can't accept this. We've found no reason that so many lives were lost in this place. We scraped by yet another fight that could have expired Gwen.. It could have taken us all. So why here? There can't just be nothing. There has to be more than a cruel joke or is this really just a cave many swords were sent to as a means of execution. -This show …
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by dragon expert and superstar author Brian Naslund to talk about his books, Sorcery of a Queen and Fury of a Demon (Dragons of Terra). We also discuss how many times is acceptable for getting pooped on by a bird, debate whether it is better to fornicate or eat a dead body, how comfort calzones cure crying, the imp…
 
Combating vines and poisonous spores isn't the dream one imagines when setting out to find their long-lost father. Hoping for a long-awaited reunion.. How did we end up here, mixed up in all this...? And how will we get out? -This show is created using Zencastr, an all-in-one podcast production suite! We love it and we know you will too. To try Zen…
 
On this episode I’m joined by #SPFBO 5 finalist Alicia Wanstall-Burke to talk about her book, Empire of Shadows (The Coriadic Sagas, #3)! We also discuss getting iron abs for charity, recycle bin stealing neighbors, more twitter justice against companies, Khazad-dûm craters in bread, infecting the UK with Australian accents, boners on undead zombie…
 
It's strange how easy it is to find even more reasons to keep fighting when it would just be so easy to be let to exist. To not spend so much time and energy on "fixing" this world. But I see my friends, and I want the world to be a bit brighter for them.. and I see these goblins.. they deserve to be able to thrive.. I'm getting oh so very tired af…
 
The fragility of life is something I think we try to forget. At least I know I do.. If I remembered how easy all of this can be taken away, would I fight? Would I be able to protect those dear to me? No.. No that can't be it.. We must remember. We must fight. Because we may not have tomorrow. I will fight for the weak, I will fight for love, and I …
 
On the episode of the year I’m joined by #SPFBO 2 winner Jonathan French to talk about his book, The Free Bastards (The Lot Lands, #3)! We also talk about being the greatest dick joke writer in fantasy, the legacy of the incredible Kimbo Slice, getting Tolkien’s books laid, his uncanny ax throwing abilities, the merits of the katar for self defense…
 
This week I’m joined by Ben Galley to talk about his #SPFBO finalist, The Forever King (Scalussen Chronicles, #1)! We also discuss dabbling in BookTok, blocking all the cars on a ferry, how many takes it took for his guitar video, killing his kickstarter, his continuing crusade against fake publishers, the restorative healing powers of Eggs Benedic…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off 7 finalist Tim Hardie to talk about his book, Hall of Bones (The Brotherhood of the Eagle, #1)! We also discuss his crippling fear of marshmallows, the Inkwell Collective, being “too peopley out there” for Tim’s liking, his quest to drink every beer in the world, climbing Everest …
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off 7 finalist Christopher Mitchell to talk about his book, The Mortal Blade (Magelands Eternal Siege, #1). We also discuss, how he killed Elvis by eating too much cake, finding fairies in the bottom of his Grandma’s garden, what happens if you disturb him in his writing cabin, the cr…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Jeffrey Speight to talk about his book, Paladin Unbound! We also discuss being a dyed in wool fantasy guy, going to summer camp at 47 years old, why it’s called fly fishing when you don’t fly, SFFPIT and the tweet that got him a deal, climbing a giant ice wall, and how this book was written to spite his kids for…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Matthew Ward to talk about his book, Legacy of Ash (Legacy Trilogy, #1). We also discuss the duties of being a cat servant, the worst career advice he ever received, having enough instruments to be a one-man band, his daily writing warden, creepy abandoned places and some legends of the London Underground! Avail…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Mike Shackle to talk about his book, We Are the Dead (The Last War, #1). We also discuss getting published in his school’s paper and getting cancelled by the parents, dancing naked in the rain, making any concept better by adding “with swords and magic,” cooking for royalty, the keys to selling a washing machine…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Ryan Cahill to talk about his incredible book, Of Blood and Fire (The Bound and the Broken, #1)! We also discuss hunting for hobbits, how many cookies he could eat in 60 seconds, his brother’s questionable waiter attire, the deliciousness of giant gummy bears, overcoming a crippling Pokemon addiction, and movies…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by multi-award winning author Bjørn Larssen to talk about his book, Children (The Ten Worlds, #1). We also discuss moving from catholic Poland to the Red Light District in Netherlands, the pain of head tattoos, losing his heart in Iceland, talking about sheep and reciting poems at Icelandic funerals, his grammy acc…
 
Welcome Hirelings, to Season 2. We recommend Listening to Letters To Home for a Season 1 Recap before proceeding. With Wildhill fallen and stood on the backs of new leadership, our swords do their part to bolster the foundations of Wildhill to be as successful and honorable as it can be. They know they must move on, for now, for there are more evil…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Hugo award winning author Jeannette Ng to talk about her book, Under the Pendulum Sun! We also discuss being an underground costume salesperson, giving such a fire award speech that she got another award for it, eating blackberry ink, what are book nails and how to make them, her dad line editing her birthday ca…
 
This week I’m joined by Anna “The Hammer” Stephens to talk about her book, Godblind (Godlind, #1)! We also discuss the professor’s testicle, killer trees, psychopath entomologist Justin Schmidt’s sting pain scale, getting wacked in the face by a sword, the difficulty of drawing stick figures, rolling DnD dice to determine if she gets to eat and mor…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Melissa Caruso to talk about her book, The Obsidian Tower (Rooks and Ruin, #1)! We also discuss the creepy, secret door at her childhood school, rank the best Disney Princess dresses’ to fight in, not being able to taste ‘bitter’, fighting with her editors about cookie history, breaking her foot, and that guy Sh…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by Nick Martell to talk about his book, The Kingdom of Liars (The Legacy of the Mercenary Kings, #1)! We discuss the likelihood his ancestors were French nobility, being the first Fantasy writing fraternity member, beating Adam Peaty in the breastroke, trying to fly like Peter Pan and cracking his lip, beefing with…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by DW Ross to talk about his book, Cold From the North (Onyxborn Chronicle, #1), as part of Self-Published Fantasy Month! We discuss the dangers of Irn Bru addiction, pessimism reformation, sexy little hashbrowns, his war against words, crossfit competitions and being an expert-level chilli maker! Available on all …
 
We know what we must do, but the hardest part may still be yet to come. Hunters here have become so complacent with the way life is lived in Wildhill. It's easy. You take the job, you get paid, and you can sleep soundly knowing nothing more than that. But the happenings in Wildhill are unmistakable. If they can't see what's happening, it's by choic…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by award winning author Nicholas Lietzau to talk about his book, Dreams of the Dying (Enderal, #1) as part of Self-Published Fantasy Month! We also talk about his books inspiring smutty fanart, consulting with every professional alive for research, the craziest date of all time, the student that used his book for a…
 
On this week’s episode I’m joined by bestselling author P.L. Stuart to talk about his book, A Drowned Kingdom (The Drowned Kingdom Saga, #1) as part of Self-Published Fantasy Month! We also discuss how books are like boiled eggs, choreographing fight scenes with his wife, running a sting operation to arrest me, Toronto having the worst nicknames, h…
 
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