There’s been a bit of a theme in the books I’ve been reading recently. All have been set in or around the Victorian era. Jeanette Ng’s Under the Pendulum Sun is an absorbing Gothic Fantasy, capturing the feel of Stoker and Bronte. Highly recommended, and you can find the rest of my review on SFFWorld….
I had the honour of interviewing RJ Barker for SFFWorld a couple of weeks ago. He’s a fab person and his energy comes through in his work. Subjectively Age of Assassins fell short for me, in one majorly minor way having lived all my life in the shadow of someone who is disabled. Much in…
Not to be confused with a bodice ripper, Suzanne Jackson’s Beguiler merges dragons, magic and a love story. Read the whole interview here
The I first crossed paths with David at the York Pub Meet, his Giant Thief and the sequel novels are popular in our house. I was lucky enough to be the one to interview him about his new short story collection The Sign in the Moonlight and Other Stories. You can read my interview with…
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Still recovering from an epic #edgelit Thank you to everyone to dropped in to the Welcome Event. Are you up for 2 days of @EdgeLitDerby next year (ARRGH!)? All the thought-provoking workshops, convos and panels. Too many to name check you all but it was AMAZING to see you all.