Fan­ta­sy Book Crit­ic is a promi­nent (and excel­lent) book review site focus­ing on fan­ta­sy nov­els as well as oth­er spec­u­la­tive fic­tion. FBC is a col­lec­tive of sev­er­al review­ers from a wide range of back­grounds. It’s a ven­er­a­ble pres­ence in the book blog­ging world, estab­lished near­ly 15 years ago.

In Octo­ber 2019, crit­ic Łukasz Przy­wós­ki reviewed The Noth­ing With­in. I was delight­ed to see that it was my favorite kind of review: the “I don’t usu­al­ly like this kind of book, but…” kind.

Since then, Łukasz has been a gra­cious sup­port­er, occa­sion­al­ly check­ing in with me. Last year he told me about the Self-Pub­lished Fan­ta­sy Blog-Off (where The Noth­ing With­in was a semi­fi­nal­ist despite not quite being a fan­ta­sy nov­el), and more recent­ly about the new Self-Pub­lished Sci­ence Fic­tion Com­pe­ti­tion spon­sored by Hugh Howey (which is just get­ting started). 

Ear­li­er this month, Łukasz did an inter­view with me, which has just been post­ed on Fan­ta­sy Book Crit­ic. I enjoyed his ques­tions and had fun answer­ing them.

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