Enter to Win Free LitRPG

As we’re a new site, we thought we would do a nice giveaway for LitRPG fans. The contest will be running for the next 30 days. All you need to do is click the link and follow Paul Bellow on Amazon. This will help you remember when his first novel, Goblin, drops in the near future. It’ll also give you a chance to win one of two new(ish) LitRPG books.

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LitRPG Interview: Magic Dome Books

Simon Vale from Magic Dome Books was kind enough to answer a few of our questions over email. Here’s his answers with news about what’s coming up from them in the next few weeks. As always, you can expect great Russian –> English LitRPG translations as they work hard to bring us Americans some LitRPG from overseas. 

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Conan Exiles Roundup for Gamers

Conan Exiles and dongs. No, I’m not going to post screenshots, but boy are they out there. Big ones, mostly. Beyond that, the general reaction seems to be it’s too early to tell. I’ve not played myself yet, because I’m working on finishing Goblin, but there’s more than enough other people talking about it online. Here’s a roundup of some of the best content. (All links not guaranteed to be dong-free.)

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What About LitRPG Movies for Gamers?

Someone on social media the other day was asking about good “LitRPG movies.” While Ready Player One won’t be released until March 2018, I’ve put together a collection of some classic movies for gamers. Okay, not all of them are movies, but they’re worth a watch in my opinion. If you love gaming, there’s sure to be something on this list you’ll enjoy. 

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Upcoming LitFPS and LitRPG Novels

LitFPS? Yes, it’s becoming a thing with the Permadeath series by by Matthew Sylvester. His latest, Devon’s Demons, is coming out April 23, 2017. We’ve also got The Battlemage by Taran Matharu. Ppart of the The Summoner Trilogy, it’s set to drop on May 9, 2017. We’ve also got The Karmadont Chess Set by Vasily Mahanenko. Yes, The Way of the Shaman: Book #5 is coming to the English language on April 2, 2017. Woot. Let’s take a closer look at some of these upcoming LitRPG books.

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