The Fylking: Omnibus Edition

F.T. McKinstry

Fylking Omnibus

War has the ears of wolves. High fantasy woven with Norse mythology, swords and sorcery.

In the worlds of their dominion they are called Fylking, lovers of strife, song and steel, an immortal race of warriors akin to the Otherworld. Their empires span the heavens; their deities, ruled by the elusive Raven God, embody the forces of war, wisdom, passion and nature. This series tells the exploits of the Fylking and their mortal observers — warriors, royals, seers, lovers, warlocks and mercenaries — generations upon generations coexisting in uneasy peace with the Gods of War.

This omnibus edition includes both books in the series, Outpost and The Wolf Lords, at a discounted price. The Fylking also has a glossary and a link to a high resolution map.

“The tone is excellent, reminiscent of some of the earliest examples of grim Norse fantasy.” – G.R. Matthews, Fantasy Faction

746 pages

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Book Haul/Spotlight – The Sowers of the Thunder by Robert E. Howard

Book Haul/Spotlight – The Sowers of the Thunder by Robert E. Howard

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I have been adding many new books to my collection recently. My interest in reading has shifted to older books and authors. So I thought instead of just a simple book haul post I would do more of a spotlight/introduction post as well. So in the post below you will not only find the usual book haul photo’s, but book and author info as well. I hope you will take the time to look it over and maybe take a chance at checking out books and authors that you may have forgot about or discover in these post!

I found this book at my favorite local used book store. My all time favorite author is Robert E. Howard. Can’t wait to read these historical fiction stories. Excited to add this to my collection.

Today we have:

The Sowers of the Thunder

by Robert E. Howard – Donald M. Grant Publishers, 1973…

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My Review of A Tide of Shadows by Tom Bielawski


A Tide of Shadows (The Chronicles of Llars) (Volume 1) - Tom Bielawski

A Tide of Shadows by Tom Bielawski is the first book in the Chronicles of Llars series. Carym of Hyrum finds he has powers that he didn’t know he had, and embarks on a journey with his friend, Zach.


A Tide of Shadows has the good vs evil trope, which I love, but for some reason I just couldn’t get into this story. There were many details given, but not the details I wanted.


These details may be included in future books, however, I didn’t care for the flow of the story enough to read future books. With that being said, I felt it a decent enough read for passing the time.


Purchased on Amazon.

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My Review of The Centaurus Legacy by Tom Bielawski


The Centaurus Legacy (The Adventures of Heck Thomas) - Tom Bielawski

The Centaurus Legacy by Tom Bielawski is the prequel to the Heck Thomas Adventures. Heck Thomas finds himself hunted by a number of adversaries, whom either want him dead or forcibly needs his help.


There are several characters that didn’t seem fleshed out enough, but the story was good and held my attention.


Purchased from Amazon.

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My Confession: The Meanest Daddy on Earth

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My guest post today has been written by the author of Rarity from the Hollow, Robert Eggleton.

As an abuse ‘survivor’ the post was emotional for me to read, but I would like to thank Robert for the guest post and for his continued support for abused children.

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roberteggletonRobert Eggleton has served as a children’s advocate in an impoverished state for over forty years. Locally, he is best known for his nonfiction about children’s programs and issues, much of which was published by the West Virginia Supreme Court where he worked from1982 through 1997.
Today, he is a retired children’s psychotherapist from the mental health center in Charleston, West Virginia, where he specialized in helping victims cope with and overcome maltreatment and other mental health concerns.
Rarity from the Hollow is his debut novel. Its release followed publication of three short Lacy Dawn Adventures in…

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Guest Blog: Georgie, Herald of Wickedness By F.T. McKinstry

Guest Blog: Georgie, Herald of Wickedness By F.T. McKinstry

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As part of my author guest blog series I am proud to present another guest blog spot.

Author F.T. McKinstry has been kind enough to write a guest blog post for Mighty Thor JRS today. I am very excited and I would like to thank Faith for the opportunity to host this Guest Blog.

Would you like to be a part of my author guest blog series? Please contact me!

Now without further adieu here is Faith’s awesome guest blog.

Georgie, Herald of Wickedness

By F.T. McKinstry

When I was a little kid, my mother would read me stories from a vintage 1960s Childcraft book. Well (clears throat), it wasn’t vintage then but whatever. My favorite story was called “Georgie,” about a ghost that haunted an old New England house and its kindly owners. Georgie wasn’t a bad ghost, just a little confused. I related to him. The addition of…

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My Review of Heart of a Huntsman by Liam Reese


Heart of a Huntsman - Liam Reese

Heart of a Huntsman by Liam Reese is the first book in A Huntsman’s Fate series. Besmir is an orphan who finds out he is the legitimate heir to the throne.


Heart of a Huntsman is a decent story. It has a lot of potential. I feel as though the author rushed the story a bit. There were gaps in the timeline which had me confused at times, and it felt like a lot of the story was left out. Things happened a bit too quickly in the development of the main character.


Purchased from Amazon.

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