She’s a Killer caught my eye as it went though in a list from Netgalley. New Zealand, climate refugees, and a thriller to boot. Sounded good. And refreshing. I needed something refreshing – this was it. She’s a Killer by
Stones. Large, flat stones, scattered around a field. I should warn you now, something weird appeared in my brain, and I decided to write it down! Thanks as always to KL Caley at New2Writing.com for keeping the #writephoto going, despite
Weird and Weirder is the fourth of my Flash Fiction Collections. I’ve been publishing them more or less monthly: the next is out May 6th, then Time and Tinplate on June 10th, and this one on July 8th, giving you
Thief of Time is no 26 in the Discworld series, and last of five in a subset called Death. Cheerful! Unlike most of my friends (and probably most Discworld readers), I have a random approach to the order I read
Spotted Lily arrived on my Kindle in a Storybundle group in July 2015. I think I should group the Storybundles for that date on my To Read list to see what it has in common with the others. Possibly ‘weird’.
A Difficult Mirror is not an easy read. It is fascinating, though. I have had this book on my TBR for ages, and can’t remember how I came across it. It may have been on offer, it may have been
Datura is a weird book. I mean that in a good way – it fits into the subgenre of Fantasy/scifi of ‘weird’. Leena Krohn is an award-winning Finnish author, but much of the time this story could be set in
The Unwinding: Gin’s Story came as a Net-galley suggestion. Juliana Rew is the editor of the Third Flatiron Anthologies, so I was keen to see what sort of book she wrote herself. I am now totally insecure as a writer.
Doggerland relates to the land under the North Sea, off the coast of East Anglia, where the Dogger Bank forms a great sand spit of relatively shallow water, sometimes exposed at low tide. Once there was a vast tract of
This was a Net-galley book I received at the end of Camp Nano, and it will be published this coming Tuesday. The Blurb A children’s writer rents a house on the Normandy coast where he plans to write his first crime
Silke Stein is a member of the Goodreads Great Middle Grade Reads group, and offered members this book to review. I loved the blurb, and jumped at the chance. The Blurb Shooting ghost bears?! Twelve-year-old Trina Bell has finally had enough.
There’s an apocalypse, it’s seriously weird, not to say bizarre, and there’s a reversal of the Earth’s magnetic field causing serious disruption, not to say chaos, to civilisation as we know it. An Apocalypse Weird entitled Reversal, then. Not a