Interview

From the Black Library: Sarah Cawkwell

Sarah is a freelance author hailing originally from the South of England, but who, after not taking a left turn at Albuquerque, now finds herself in the North East. Her first sci-fi novel, ‘The Gildar Rift’ was published by the Black Library in December 2011 and her first fantasy novel ‘Valkia the Bloody’ in July 2012.… Continue reading From the Black Library: Sarah Cawkwell

Interview

Speaking with Pete Sutton

Pete Sutton lives in the wilds of Fishponds, Bristol, UK and dreams up stories, many of which are about magpies. He’s had his work published, online and in book form. Currently Pete has a pile of words that one day may possibly be a novel, working title “Sick City Syndrome”. Pete signed for Kensington Gore… Continue reading Speaking with Pete Sutton

Interview

An hour with Leah Osbourne

So, could you introduce yourself please. I’m Leah Osbourne. I call myself a writer, I figure if I keep telling myself often enough I’ll believe it. I write fantasy and horror and thrillers as Ileandra Young and I write smutty erotic, funny erotica and dramatic erotica as Raven Shadowhawk. Any reason for the separation between… Continue reading An hour with Leah Osbourne

Book Review

The Stranger – Harlan Coben

A fairly typical well written thriller from a long list of books by Harlan Coben. Coben excels in thrillers as we have seen in previous books such as Shelter and Play Dead. And with such an impressive resume The Stranger is simply following in formidable footprints without a lot of ammunition. Whilst a good read, it was lacklustre in comparison… Continue reading The Stranger – Harlan Coben

Book Review

Rachael de Moravia – Not just a military wife

NEWS FROM THE HOME FRONT EXTRACT On ceramic plates and cupcakes There is a body in the hall. I step over it when I open the front door. I wrestle it aside so I can put little shoes – sizes five, seven and ten – in the cupboard. The corresponding feet are innocent and skip… Continue reading Rachael de Moravia – Not just a military wife

Book Review

City of Blades by Robert Jackson Bennett

Second book in the Divine Cities series, City of Blades continues the story of the divine and brings the reader to the uncivilised land of Voortyashtan, once home of Voortya – divinity of war and destruction. And it seems like someone thinks she may still be alive. Similar to the first book in the series City of Stairs; City… Continue reading City of Blades by Robert Jackson Bennett