...the inimitable Des Lewis has real-time reviewed Sing Your Sadness Deep, which is always a joy. Des has a knack of unearthing previously unrealised themes and motifs, which - if you're a seat-of-your-pants writer like I am - is a process of discovery. He also finds fascinating links between works he is reading and reviewing… Continue reading Reviews coming in for Sing Your Sadness Deep…
So. Phew. This one started as a small gesture and, thanks to the generosity of the genre fiction community, has blossomed into something really quite wonderful. I was horrified by the news coming out of America that migrant children arriving at the US border are being separated from their families and detained in crowded, filthy,… Continue reading The Great Charity Book Raffle – in aid of RAICES
Absolutely thrilled (and slightly terrified) to say that you can now pre-order my debut short story collection, "Sing Your Sadness Deep", published by Undertow Publications. It's available via Amazon, where it will be released on 6th August, and via Undertow Publications themselves, where it will be released towards the beginning of July. The table of… Continue reading Sing Your Sadness Deep is now available to pre-order!
I haven't been to MCM Comic Con for several years. I haven't cosplayed for several years either (for the unitiated: cosplay is basically like dress-up for nerds. And I say that without judgement, because I am a nerd, and I think it's super fun.) So because I've been having a really good time with the… Continue reading dressing up for fun and non profit
Today I'm bringing you a guest post from horror scribe and all round good egg Luke Walker, who talks a little about his new book The Dead Room (which you can find on Amazon in eBook and paperback format) and the thought processes which inspired it. With warning for discussion of sexual assault and violence… Continue reading Guest post – Luke Walker
Very excited to be a part of this upcoming anthology - "Wonderland" is a collection of short stories inspired by Lewis Carrol's 'Alice in Wonderland', and my short story "The Night Parade" has made the ToC. My take on the Wonderland mythos is set in Osaka, Japan, and finds a world of folkloric demons and… Continue reading Down the rabbit hole…
The excellent Georgina Bruce interviewed me over on her blog - she asked me about my writing space and habits, and if that's the kind of thing you're interested in get yourself over to her site. She'll be asking other authors in due course too! And while you're at it you should absolutely pick up… Continue reading Escape Rooms with Georgina Bruce