Aimee Ann (the RedheadedBooklover, herself) has just posted her review of Errant Gods, and as the title of the post says, she gave it 5 stars! Here’s an excerpt:
“Overall Errant Gods is a captivating, fast-paced fantasy novel that will keep fantasy readers entertained for hours. The author’s descriptive writing and the twists and turns Vick laces throughout the book will enthrall you, and so I have to award this exceptional book five stars! So please, have a read of the preview below and have a look at Demon King on Amazon, you will not regret it!”
Aimee Ann had a lot more to say about the book, so head on over to her blog and give it a read: https://redheadedbookloverblog.com/2018/05/23/errant-gods-erik-henry-vick/
One of the things that she touches on is Hank’s disability, which as you may know, is my own disability wrapped up in a costume and with a bit of face paint (if I gave RA a no-holds-barred, honest portrayal it would be too grim, too ugly to be entertaining). Aimee Ann zeroed in on one of the main themes: never giving up, despite disability. I’m glad that came through–Errant Gods was literally my life-ring in a stormy sea of ugliness. I began writing it almost out of desperation for something meaningful to do with my life after having been disabled for many years. It was a struggle, and there many obstacles to writing that I had to overcome (more on that in this blog post: https://erikhenryvick.com/2017/06/11/how-can-you-do-that/), but, Supergirl’s help, I stuck it out and here we are many years later talking about a review of the book.
Ain’t life cool?
Remember that Aimee Ann is a Marine wife, and as such, dedicates part of her time (and blog) to supporting wounded vets. Head on over and give your support: https://redheadedbookloverblog.com/give-back-wounded-heroes/. Remember that it’s about people, not politics. As a disabled Vikinator with cool hair, I can tell you that your support will be appreciated by those it benefits.
Thanks, Aimee Ann, for the stellar review, the stars, and what you do for our wounded vets!