Tag Archives: speculative fiction

Christmas Has Come Early! FREE advance copies of new Spec Fic Anthology Crime & Punishment up for grabs!

Jingle Bells, Batman Smells etc! Greetings all! It’s come up really quickly but here it is! From the team that brought you No Way Home, a speculative fiction anthology released earlier in the year that got into the TOP TEN … Continue reading

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Publication Announcement: Short Story ‘New Tricks’ to be featured in Crime and Punishment, Spec Fic anthology

Greetings fellow fiction, scifi and book fans! First off, WOW. Thanks SO much to everyone who has already grabbed a copy of Haven, book 2 in the Orbit Series that was released on Sat, and already fed back some wonderful … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal: SINGULARITY by H. H. Basquait & Co

Greetings Fiction Fans. Those of you who like the wonderfully weird and the weirdly wonderful may remember the project headed up be self-confessed Dilettante Helena Han Basquait last year called Jessica. This was a collaborative effort from Helena and a … Continue reading

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Publications everywhere and plenty of stuff to read!

Greetings all! A lightning post for you all. I’m currently still buried under 100,000 words of a first draft of a new project which is why this is going to be a quickie, as it were, but just so you don’t forget … Continue reading

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Of rain, swords and Ellen Ripley: my first Author Interview!

I’d like to thank the tenacious and outstanding Anneque G. Malchien, blogger, writer, reviewer and all-round awesome egg, for asking for and recording my very first author interview. I discuss writing, the universe and everything, talk a little about myself … Continue reading

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Crazy Little Thing Called Blood: Book Review of To Touch The Sun by Laura Enright

I was really excited when I heard about the upcoming release of this debut novel, not least because I have recently re-discovered my love of vampire fiction. It did wane for a while: I’ve never been keen on the recent re-imaginings in … Continue reading

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#FlashForFriday – Red Sky At Night

This musing-style ficlet was inspired by a friend of mine’s recent visit to Finland and a trip to a very specific and significant lake. In his own words it felt ‘oppressive’, which I can all too easily imagine. It got … Continue reading

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