Anyone friends with any bloggers who hit the science fiction or fantasy universe with their blog? Someone who likes to read and do reviews? Legitimate ones, not the Pay me and I'll say something nice about you type. I've been finding lots of that, and I am certain nobody reads any of those or takes them serious.
I realize it's a long shot, but thought I'd ask.
I have a blog dedicated to books (with the majority being science fiction and fantasy) - don't get many views though!
I have quite a lot of article on HP dedicated to SF and Fantasy novels too - I get quite a lot of traffic to my "The Best Fantasy and Science Fiction Books of all time. (Part 1)" hub and I just noticed it is ranked '100' today!
Actually, I have you on my list for a direct email already. LOL. I was just trying to figure out how to approach it without just sounding like a beggar looking to take up your time.
Would you be interested?
Funnily enough. I have one. My blog features vampires, Atlantean Gods, weres, witches and a whole host of other stuff.
Cool name, and a great looking banner graphic.
My novel is science fiction and fantasy. Will that mess up your credibility with your audience? (I wrote a hub on it, you can get a sense of it). If you don't think that will create problems for you, let me know; I'd love to see your take on it. Contact me through my HP profile, and we'll figure out how to get you a copy.
I have several. My personal favorite one I run is A World of Fantasy: A Goblin, A Unicorn, and a Dragon....note I just started it.
My blog is often on the subject of fantasy novels. Drop by and see for yourself, if you wish. You'll find the link on my HP profile page.
LOL @ "infested." I'm not sure I'm looking for the general infestation types. I'm hoping someone knows a credible type. Even if they don't want to review, but maybe could stand a guest blogger or something to give them a break from content creation for a day, etc. Little cross promotion etc.
I don't know of any specific blogs, but I have an idea. I've recently started following John Howe on Facebook. He is an illustrator, conceptual artist for The Hobbit and LOTR movies. He has quite a following and he also has a blog. You could perhaps find others interested in fantasy through this kind of following.
John Howe interacts with his followers and posts some really cool stuff.
Just search his name on Facebook and friend his page.
His website is john-howe.com
While I love Science Fiction, I am unaware of any blogs dedicated to the review of such work.
I'm always looking for good content! Here's the site http://afantasyauthorsblog.blogspot.com/ ....like I said it's small. I tried emailing you on HP, but it wouldn't work...no idea why lol. My personal email is email@example.com
Your site looks great, and you write well. You keep on that thing steady and I expect you will do very well. I'd be stoked to have a review from you. Will email you.
I do some scifi & fantasy posts on hubpages and also on my own blog (http://www.zone-six.net) + other places ... would be glad to speak to you too if you're interested!
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