Given I’ve a book out, I am in your internets. Firstly, I’m at the Book Smugglers, talking about the need to move on from violence and gritty fantasy, which was part of the reason I wrote Drakenfeld in the first place.
Secondly, I wrote a guest post at Tor UK, talking about great books on the classical age that fantasy fans should read.
Thirdly, nicely honest review of Drakenfeld in South African newspaper, the Mail & Guardian:
What Newton has come up with will go down well with those who appreciate politics in their fantasy.
Finally, at Fifty Shades of Geek, there’s another great review:
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Drakenfeld. It’s a cleverly crafted mystery told in a beautiful way. However, what really stood out for me is that beneath this mystery there runs a strong current of engaging human relationships. From Lucan’s relationships with his dead father or with Leana, right up to the King and the people around him, it’s a story very much driven by the emotional ties between its characters. This, in addition to its readability, makes it almost certainly the best book I’ve read this year, and I am looking forward to the next instalment. Highly recommended.