Author Interview,  Book Tour,  Books

We’re Meeting Stephen Zimmer Today!

Hey Guys!

So today I am introducing you all to the wonderfully talented, Stephen Zimmer, author of the newly released Spirit of Fire. He is here today to talk about this book as part of the books tour.
I sent questions along and then he answered them but instead of the normal way this goes, he responded with a video for you all!
So I hope you guys enjoy it – I did! – and to continue following his tour, click the banner above!
Without further ado;
Did you like it?

Thank you so much for watching, I’m sure Stephen truly appreciates it!
To look at his website that he mentioned, feel free to click here.

Book Three of the Fires of Eden series.

A maelstrom of war engulfs lands resisting the designs of the Unifier to bring about a new order, of a kind that has never existed within Ave.  Battered by a massive invasion force from Gallea, the tribal people of the Five Realms and their Midragardan allies are being driven eastward, towards the sea, while the Saxan lines are wearing down ever thinner on the Plains of Athelney.
Time is running out quickly, as an ancient creature of legend soars through the skies with a brave young Saxan.   They carry the desperate hopes of two realms sorely beset by a voracious enemy. 

Diabolic entities conduct a great hunt, as a malignant darkness deepens across all of Ave.  Exiles from another world must gain refuge, or find themselves ensnared by the long reach of the Unifier.  The very nature of creation itself stands in the balance.

It is a time when the honor and fortitude of many are put to the test, and terrible prices are paid for resisting great evils.  It is also a time of awakening for many, old and young alike, some of whom may yet discover the spirit of fire that lies within.

The third installment in the Fires in Eden series, Spirit of Fire is richly imagined epic fantasy with a diverse ensemble of characters that offers a new world to explore for readers who enjoy large-scale tales along the likes of George R.R. Martin, Brandon Sanderson, Steven Erikson, and J.R.R. Tolkien.


  • ediFanoB

    Seems like I’m the first one to comment.

    eBooks are a tricky thing. Until autum 2011 I constantly denied the need of an eBook Reader. Then my wife and I bought one. I still love real books. It is something special to have a real book in front of you: the smell, you can flip through pages a lot faster, you do not need any electricity for reading, you can share it easily with other people without breaking law.

    I use the reader for digital review copies (I live in Germany and it is a lot easier to get digital review copies instead of paper ones), a great way to discover unknown authors, a great wy to get books which are out of print.

    Stephen, thanks for another enlightening video. It seems we will have a clear picture of the author Stephen Zimmer at the end of the blog tour.

    And thank you Faye for beeing the todays host of the blog tour.

  • sgzimmer

    Edi: Thanks for visiting today! Doing my best to make the picture more clear as we go, haha!

    Faye: Thank you! it was really great to be here on your site! I hope you enjoyed the interview!:)

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