Category: Book Launches

Distaff: Launched.

While I was wandering the banks of the Liffey, putting faces to the online pals I have, and helping out as a volunteer at Worldcon 77 in Dublin, Distaff: A Science Fiction Anthology by Female Authors was published. Friday was Distaff’s official launch in Belfast at Titancon – this year’s European Fantasy Convention. Unfortunately I…


Convention Fever

Here’s where you’ll find me in 2019 July 13th Edge Lit 8 The Quad, Derby As well as exploring the event’s outstanding content, I’ll be hosting the Welcome event at Derby’s Edge-Lit 8. Science Fiction and Fantasy is always a welcoming genre, but turning up to an event without knowing anyone can be daunting.  This…


Stories and Launches: The Blacksmith’s Arms

In October last year I attended a Sheffield Off The Shelf writing event organised by Sheffield’s Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Group. I booked it to shake off the blues and in hope that it would help me refocus. What I didn’t realise was the journey it was going to take me on. The Sheffield…


Fabulous Anthology Book launch.

Five pm (GMT) on Saturday the 3rd of September  is when the launch party for Explorations: Through the Wormhole starts over on Facebook. Come and have a natter with… Fourteen authors who have contributed to the anthology from Woodbridge Press, including myself. My story, When the Skies Open, is one of fourteen in this shared universe….


What’s in a Book Launch?

When I’m working on my own writing I find it difficult to read within my preferred genre. For me one of the biggest advantages of SFF is, while there’s a good dose of imagination and future thought in it, the genre still has a healthy dose of day to day life. People still have relationships,…