Fellow serial readers:
If you’re looking for a great place to interact with sci-fi, fantasy and yes, LitRPG authors, then check out LitRPGForum.com
It’s interactive in many ways. You can discover hidden rooms, build your treasure and buy things that will unlock other areas. Or, if you just want a message board – it can be that also. Either way, it’s fun. Check it out, but be warned, it’s addictive as Hell.
Some of the best #GameLit and #LitRPG writers in the business are over there.
Paul Bellow’s LitRPG Forum
Check out what I consider the best #LitRPG site on the internet. A great resource and author hangout as well tons of stuff for readers of the genre.
Designed by Paul Bellow, author of Goblin and Human. Bellow is working on his third installment in the series. (I hope he’s not reading this – he should be writing.) But, in case he happens to stumble across my lowly, small island in #LitRPG land – there are some things I want him to do with one of the MCs: Sarah to be exact. I’ve fallen in love with her, as I’m sure he probably has also. He put his heart into his writing. And, as a reader, that makes all the difference in the world. Click the link next to ‘source’ to visit #LitRPG #Forums. You can thank me later.
Source: LitRPG Forum: RPG, books, gaming, anime, and more.
Check out my friend, Paul Bellow’s two LitRPG books: Goblin and Human. Currently, he’s working on a third installment.
Human (book 2) 408 pages. 4.8 Stars (I give it a 5+) Kindle
Tougher Mobs. Deeper Dungeons. Better Loot.
Black Dragons and Dwarves, Oh My!
Eric, Sarah, and the rest of the party are determined to do better on level one-two. Every action they make will affect level one-one for new players, so they strive to bring about positive changes.
Defeating a black dragon is their main quest, but the game quickly takes a dark turn. They learn of a monstrous plan by Magi Inyontoo and his Magictology crew to rid the game of all dwarves.
The risks that come with helping are great, but so are the rewards. As they journey and meet other player characters, they also hear more hints about escaping the game. Giving up is not an option.
Can this ever-changing group of adventurers make it to level one-three intact? Or will they finally find a way out of the game? Find out in this exciting second installment of the Tower of Gates LitRPG Series.
This is a full-length LitRPG novel with no cliffhanger. It is part of an ongoing series of connected LitRPG books.
Source: Amazon.com: Human: A LitRPG Novel (Tower of Gates LitRPG Series Book 2) eBook: Paul Bellow: Kindle Store
Check out the article in #LitRPG Reads, by Paul Bellow.