Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Author Profile: Adam Boustead

I've very much enjoyed "meeting" fellow indie authors through the organizations to which I belong.  The Rave Reviews Book Club has connected me to many such writers, including Adam Boustead, the topic of today's post.  A blind author residing in the United Kingdom, he is a prolific writer of fantasy short stories and poetry.

Adam has published one of his books of poetry with his twin brother Christian (whom you will see in this space on Friday).  Wizard Bound is a collection of poems inspired by myth and by mythological creatures like dragons and unicorns.



In addition, he has a poetry book of his own called Mist Palace Hall One.  The poems feature characters and situations from familiar myths and legends.



For more mythological fun, check out his series of fantasy short stories and poems, The Dragon Chronicles.  Amber Dragon and Dragon Fireside Tales can be read in any order.  A third volume, entitled Black Dragon, is currently in the works.


Adam is a unique voice, and any fans of mythological creatures would do well to give him a look.  Happy reading!

18 comments:

  1. This is a lovely post for Adam, AM. I enjoyed reading Dragon Fireside Tales, and he certainly has a unique voice. Have a great PIF week, both :)

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  2. Thanks so much! I'm learning so much researching our fellow members.

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  3. Great post, A.M. I'm going to add Dragon Fireside Tales to my TBR.

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    1. It sounds super fun, right? Thanks much!

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  4. Dragon Fireside Tales is ace - one of my top star reviews :-D Great job of profiling Adam today Anne Margaret :-D

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    1. Thanks a bunch! Thank you for all that you do!

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  6. Great post - I really must get to Adam's books - RRBC are just offering far too many great authors :)

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    1. It's a good problem to have, right? :-)

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  7. Terrific post for Adam, A.M.! Thanks for sharing.
    Happy PIF week to both! :)

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  9. Lovely blog post. Have a great PIF week!

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  10. "Dragon Fireside Tales" is at last right at the top of my TBR list. I'm really looking forward to it (The "I" is Robin Chambers, though this system insists that I am actually my wife. Hamlet would have approved...)

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  11. Thanks for sharing this wonderful post for Adam, A.M.

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