As part of her blog tour for her newly released title, Making Spaces, the author has kindly written a short essay entitled 'Writing about your twenties in your thirties'. I love that the author has clearly put a lot of herself into her main character, Miriam. As a woman in her miiiiiid....late.... twenties, it's nice … Continue reading Author Guest Post: ‘Writing About Your Twenties in Your Thirties’ by Sarah Tierney #BlogTour #SandstonePress
Synopsis: When the end came, it wasn’t zombies, asteroids, global warming or nuclear winter. It was something that escaped from a lab. Something small, and very hungry. It starts with deadly rain that delivers death where it falls, but soon the whole planet is under threat as the infection spreads, consuming everything before it. A … Continue reading Review: Fungoid by William Meikle
Synopsis: The bestselling author of Richard & Judy Book Club hit The Cold Season returns with a chilling mystery - where superstition and myth bleed into real life with tragic consequences Pretty Lizzie Higgs is gone, burned to death on her own hearth - but was she really a changeling, as her husband insists? Albie … Continue reading Review: The Hidden People by Alison Littlewood
Synopsis: Welcome to Daytona, 3022. Much has changed. After mankind had made peace between the nations, there still followed the Robotic Wars, the Insect Wars and the Climate Wars. Many of the world's formally hidden creatures have risen to the surface. The rivers and oceans have dried up and a conscious fog covers the … Continue reading Review: Sorry and Morticum by Charles Stoll
Fiona Corrigan sometimes has difficulty discerning between the reality of stage and real life, especially when it comes to the attentions of her handsome co-star, the dark, brooding, Patrick Berenger. Before they can depart for Edinburgh for their next performance, Patrick and Fiona’s acting troupe are mysteriously summoned to a remote village in Scotland, … Continue reading Free on Kindle for this Weekend Only!