When dead bodies and unicorns begin to appear in the English midlands, Penny White, Church of England vicar , has work to do. … More The Cult of Unicorns, by Chrys Cymri: A Review
It’s been raining, hard, for several days now. In some areas of Ontario, and in neighbouring Quebec, flooding has become a serious issue. My own issue is minor: I can’t write. I can’t write – or more specifically, I can’t build plot and setting and action – because I can’t go walking. Walking is when … More Rain
… in my father’s footsteps, ninety years later. … More Roddons
I found Reaper more satisfying than some of the longer books. It’s tighter, more focused on the immediate issues. … More Reaper: A Snowverse Novel, by L.C. Mawson: A Release-day Review
Anything but work on the novel…. … More Procrastination 101
I’m pleased to share with you the cover – back and front – for Empire’s Hostage, again the work of the talented A.J O’Brien (check his own psychological thriller out here.) ‘Hostage’ is currently with its beta-readers and I’ll be making the last changes, copy-edits, etc., in the next few weeks. I’m hoping to release … More Cover Reveal!
Remi is a heroine who faces dangers with courage and initiative. … More The Quantum Ghost, by Jonathan Ballagh: A Review
Interested in reading? Send me a message. … More What may still lie between the mountains and the sea….
We all need amusing distractions and Lang’s novels fit that bill perfectly. … More The Eye of Nefertiti, by Maria Luisa Lang: A Review
Good potential, unrealized. … More Escaping Infinity, by Richard Paolinelli: A Review