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“In The Wrong Way Down, author Jake Elliot creates a fantastical world that is both believable and magical…The thing that makes The Wrong Way Down great, is it succeeds where so many other fantasy books fail; with a strong magic system…Jake Elliot is developing his own voice, and it will be very interesting to see what else he comes out with.” Andrew Keyser of Portland Book Review
“Elliot dares to make the thieves the bad guys, bucking the recent trend of making every single character morally ambiguous … everything falls into place and you get to see the real potential in Elliot’s writing … If you want a good heist story where the thieves are actually the bad guys, then you will certainly find a lot to enjoy with The Wrong Way Down.”–Fantasy Book Review
“…an exciting, fast-paced action adventure story with lots of plot twists, well written action scenes and a slight sense of horror… The Wrong Way Down is a fast paced chase story, and Elliot does a great job keeping his readers entertained… seeks to take its reader on a quick thrill ride…”–Review for The Wrong Way Down by author D. Robert Grixti
“Mr. Elliot(s) … writing is vivid and clear, keeping (the reader) engaged in the story from page one to the very end. This is a magical book that I thoroughly enjoyed and recommend to adults who love fantasy.” –Review of the Wrong Way Down at Dina Rae Writes Stuff
“From start to finish, Crossing Mother’s Grave never slows down. The laborious descriptions and pointless conversations that plague so much writing on the market right now is no where to be found. Instead, what is left is a tight, well thought out story that is a pleasure to read.” — Andrew Keyser with Portland Book Review
“It is not often that a sequel out does the original … Elliot really sets the mood from the very beginning … Elliot managed to take me back to my D&D days … we may be at the beginning of a very long epic.”–Review of Crossing Mother’s Grave by Jeremy Kline, Author of Lazarus Cain and Michael Faust.
“Like The Wrong Way Down before it, Crossing Mother’s Grave is a dark fantasy novel with an emphasis on fast paced action and adventuring rather than political intrigue or saving the world, and there’s also a slight hint of horror awaiting readers who don’t mind things getting squeamish.”–Review of Crossing Mother’s Grave by author of Sun Bleached Winter D. Robert Grixti.
“The overarching theme of the anthology is that mankind’s rule over Earth is coming to an end and that horrors from the beyond, whether a different dimension or out of the solar system or what have you are hastening that demise. The light of humanity is, literally, fading…Fading Light has something to offer for everyone and is, to my inexperienced eyes, widely representative of the genre.”–Review of Fading Light Anthology by The Founding Fields
“…Fading Light: An Anthology of the Monsterous is a collection of stories of things that go bump in the night. Many of the Authors featured in the collection are rising stars and have made quite a name for themselves over the last year or two…’Rurik’s Frozen Bones’ by Jake Elliot – Vikings, Norse legends, and a tale of the briny deep. Amazing characters and a story that will have you wanting more. Grade= A…“–Review of Fading Light by Tyson Mauermann
Guest Blog on Armand Rosamilia’s blog about Fifty Shades of Decay
interviewed at Joseph Spenser‘s blog, author of Grim.
interviewed by Gary W. Olson, author of Brutal Light.
My first interview ever was with Tim Marquitz, Author of the Demon Squad series.
Interviewed at Sally Franklin Christie‘s blog, author of Milk Carton People.
I am at YA Fantasy author Jenna E. Johnson‘s blog.
I was interviewed at Dina Rae’s.
A great interview at Lee Mather’s site.