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

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

book review, horror

Autotomy Cocktail by Zachary Ashford

Serge Couture turns to genetic engineering in his efforts to escape a degenerative disease. The problem is, his experiments prove too successful. CRISPR has a lot to answer for, in fiction at least, and I loved this tale of a young man learning how to mess with his DNA by watching YouTube videos. I found… Continue reading Autotomy Cocktail by Zachary Ashford

book review, fantasy, Middle Grade

Quicksilver and Brimstone by Elizabeth Eckstein

After unwittingly releasing a villain from his centuries old prison, 12 year old Matthew Nightingale is inducted into the secret order or alchemists that live parallel to the known world. However, is the Great Pantomeus finished with him? Will Matthew know enough as an aspiring alchemist to protect himself when he comes for him? The… Continue reading Quicksilver and Brimstone by Elizabeth Eckstein

book review, horror

The Cassowary by James Sabata

A cassowary escapes from a wildlife park and goes on the rampage in Arizona. However, this is no ordinary large, flightless bird. It’s super aggressive and impossible to stop. Perhaps the key to ending its killing spree lies in the answer to why its eyes glow bright pink. Apparently last year on Twitter a group… Continue reading The Cassowary by James Sabata