Guest Post: Lesley Conner, author of The Weight of Chains

Today I have a shiny new guest on the blog! Lesley Conner is here to share some of her thoughts about making the transition from editor to published writer. Her debut novel, The Weight of Chains, is available now and will be reviewed here later this month. So! With that ado … done, it’s over to […]

Guest Post: ‘Two Voices’ by Rhonda Parrish

Today I’ve got a new guest on the blog! I am shining the spotlight on Rhonda Parrish’s latest anthology, Corvidae, and the woman herself is here to share a taste of her favourite feathery myths in fiction.

Guest Post & Giveaway: J. Kathleen Cheney, author of the Golden City series

Today sees a fresh addition to my Guest Book, with a post courtesy of J. Kathleen Cheney, author of the Golden City series! Check out her thoughts below on the realities (and possibilities!) of editing books. And while you’re at it, stay for the giveaway link! But for now it’s over to Kathleen…

Guest Post: Series or Standalone? by Chele Cooke

Part time author and full time fantasist, Chele Cooke is a sci-fi, fantasy, and paranormal author living in London, UK. While some know they want to write stories since childhood, Chele first started writing as a teenager writing fanfiction and roleplaying. Before long playing in other people’s worlds wasn’t enough and she started creating her […]

Guest Post: Harry Connolly, author of The Great Way

Okay, I’m quite excited about having this post to share with you today. The topic is a bit of an ongoing one, but I’ve always been interested in getting this particular author’s take on it as I work my mightily-pleased-with-the-results way through The Great Way. (Do read, if you haven’t. It’s epic. And Epic!) So. […]

Sci-Fi November: an interview with Kameron Hurley

Today I’m taking a little break from talking about all the stuff that makes me geek out, and inviting someone else to do it. That someone is none other than the Hugo Award-winning writer Kameron Hurley, which makes this her third* guest appearance in my little internet nook! That kind of makes me geek out […]

Guest Post: Little Dead Riding Hood, by Mercedes M. Yardley

It’s no secret by now, I’m sure, that I love me a good fairytale – but I like them to be dark and creepy. In my book this is how they should be. So with this in mind, I’m pretty excited to be presently reading the latest such effort from Mercedes M. Yardley – Pretty Little […]

Guest Review: The Shattered Crown, by Richard Ford

Ooof! Well, it’s Monday again. I landed in that strange and mystical land known as ‘America’ two days past, and while I gather my bearings and recover my mental facilities (I’m bloody tired, innit), during which time I hope to find my way back to my own book-reviewing self, here is a lovely little guest […]

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