book launch, book review, fantasy

Book Launch: Idriel’s Children by Hayley Reese Chow

It’s a blog takeover! I’m so happy to be handing the reigns over to Hayley Reese Chow for the next three days. Released today, Idriel’s Children is a magical epic fantasy set in a world I’ve fallen in love with. Look out for an interview with Hayley tomorrow and her guest post on writing the… Continue reading Book Launch: Idriel’s Children by Hayley Reese Chow

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Book Launch: Immortelle by Catherine McCarthy

Set in 19th century Wales, Immortelle is the story of skilled potter, Elinor, and her daughter, Rowena. After Rowena’s sudden, tragic death, Elinor sculpts a beautiful graveside memorial - or immortelle - in the hope that her art can tell her about the darkness that has corrupted her quiet seaside home. McCarthy has a beautiful,… Continue reading Book Launch: Immortelle by Catherine McCarthy

book launch, book review, children’s fiction, horror, Middle Grade, short story

Book Launch: The Spooks by Dan Soule

Released today is horror author Dan Soule’s first foray into middle grade horror. This collection of 17 super short stories is sure to delight children with its mixture of fun, silly, gross and thoughtful horror. Aimed for the reluctant reader, each story is flash length and written simply, to encourage interest in the written word.… Continue reading Book Launch: The Spooks by Dan Soule

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Book Launch: The Martian Diaries Volumes 1 & 2 by H E Wilburson

Released today, the ebook versions of the first two volumes in the gripping sequel to The War of the Worlds, The Martian Diaries. I enjoyed listening to The Day of the Martians and The Lake on the Moon last year. The narration, music and special effects were all excellent. However, I much prefer to read… Continue reading Book Launch: The Martian Diaries Volumes 1 & 2 by H E Wilburson

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Zoo of the Dead & Other Horrific Tales

Three years ago I decided to get serious about my writing, and part of that seriousness meant I signed up for The Write Practice’s Story Cartel course (as it was then called). The course was all about finding your tribe - or Cartel - of fellow writers. It’s where I met David Rae, and it… Continue reading Zoo of the Dead & Other Horrific Tales