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
Welcome to Flashback Friday, where Michael d’Agostino helps us relive some of our neglected posts of the past. I tend to repost flash fictions of the past that I’ve enjoyed, and live in the mistaken belief that it’s one 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.
I was going to pick out another of the random title prompts from a few weeks back, but I looked at my calendar to check the date, and saw a picture of my guinea pig, Kevin, with a huge carrot
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
Oh, dear. Chuck’s given us holiday horror, 2000 words. You know I don’t do horror. Elves and strings of tinsel and food and flying things going dark, dark, dark, he suggested (I paraphrase). After reading Real Santa I’m slightly more