My cosy mystery / romcom ‘Haircuts, Hens and Homicide’ is currently on tour. For seven days various wonderful book bloggers will be hosting my novel. Do please call by and see what they have to say about my novel. Here’s the running order: It’s got off to a great start with some lovely reviews today… Continue reading ‘Haircuts, Hens and Homicide’ goes on tour!
Today I’m taking part in the blog tour for I See London, I See France by Paulita Kincer. I’ll begin with my review of this beautifully written and engaging novel, and then we’ll hear from Paulita. Review “What have I done?” I silently asked. “I’m stepping off into this madhouse with my children.” Which parent… Continue reading I See London, I See France by Paulita Kincer: a novel about travel, self-fulfilment and relationships
Here’s the bright and eye-catching cover for Rob and Ján Bryndza’s Lost in Crazytown,. I asked Rob a few questions about it. What does the cover for Lost in Crazytown tell us about the book? It’s a very dark comedy. It’s based on our experiences working in Hollywood a couple of years ago. We lived in an apartment… Continue reading Lost In Crazytown by Rob and Ján Bryndza – Cover Reveal
The modern Science-Fiction market can easily be classified as a saturated affair, with most innovation considered tapped and very few openings readily available. To squeeze in, something distinct and uncontaminated by the stale waft of ideas is necessary, and not only by virtue of its title, Tinytown by Derby Gallagher has slipped its way into… Continue reading Tinytown by Darby Gallagher: Plucky, Distinctive and Darkly Humorous
I’ve blogged about blovels before since I think they’re intriguing and, let’s face it, a brilliant idea! Serving up a novel in chunks was good enough for Charles Dickens so I think it should be good enough for the rest of us. I was interested to stumble across a few vaguely official definitions of a… Continue reading More About Blovels