Through the eyes of a monster or a warrior. Beneath the soil where evil lives or across the sea in different lands. Against a force that none can win or held by a lover's hand. Each adventure begins with you, guided by a Mad Lord's rambling. The debut collection of Poetry and Short Stories by Lord Huey.
~ My Review ~
The ramblings of a mad lord was a fun read with its twists and turns, haunts, and even sighs. While I appreciated his poetry, it was his short stories that I loved! Author, Logan Hughes did an excellent job painting a picture for you within a small window and within each short, I hoped for a continuation but was satisfied with each ending. What a debut!
SPOILER: My favorite was 'the child' since I have that weird and disturbing fear that my children may one day turn on me....or maybe I just watch too many zombie movies and children are the best and worst zombies.
My Rating: 4/5
About the Author
Logan Hughes is a writer and photographer from Miami, FL, currently traveling the USA researching and gathering inspiration for his next publication. Writing under the name Lord Huey, his self-published “Ramblings of a Mad Lord” is a collection of short stories and poems that takes readers on an adventurous discovery of the struggle between good and evil in our own minds. After a life altering event, he decided to redirect his lifelong passion for creating intricate worlds filled with history, adventure, philosophy, and inquiry into human nature back from developing games to his childhood passion: writing. Making it his purpose and joy in life, it inspired his motto “Creare Sine Metu” or “Create without Fear” which is the driving force that fuels his work. His photographs serve as inspiration for his written creations, offering a beautiful, sometimes mysterious, backdrop to his stories. You can learn more about Lord Huey, read his blog, connect to him on social media or sign up for emails about new and limited edition releases via his websitewww.lordhuey.com
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1 star – didn’t like it
2 stars – it was OK
3 stars – liked it
4 stars – really liked it
5 stars – it was so amazing, it's on my reread pile!