Celia and Rowan’s romance is heating up but someone is desperate to cool their fire and close off Celia’s heart to those that love her, taking the idea of possession to a whole new level.
C. Borden’s Short Stories from Mythnium is the perfect hors d’oeuvre to wet the appetite and left me hungry for more.
“I wanted to bring where I was born and bred into the limelight. I’m very proud of my background and the history surrounding it.” Originally from a small coal mining village called Ryhope, Sunderland in the North East of England, Vicky Peplow has lived for the past 8 years in Virginia, USA, with her “beautifulContinue reading “Interview with Vicky Peplow”
There’s light at the end of the mine shaft.
Here’s my first Author Interview with Sionna Trenz
Magical Movie Material I read the debut book Witch’s Return by Sionna Trenz a few months ago now and yet, the characters and the world she has created have stayed with me. I will try to keep this review spoiler free. The book centres around Sonya (the eponymous witch who returns to the island, afterContinue reading “Witch’s Return by Sionna Trenz”
How much is too much when it comes to description in your novel? I am a fantasy author, my debut series features ancient Greek myths and I have embellished on these tales, characters and settings and created a world for them that mixes together established legends and my own invention. Fantasy authors will be noContinue reading “Too describe or not too describe?”
It’s not easy going it alone. Writing is more often than not a personal and solitary endeavour, however publishing and publicising your book is not. Ideally we would all love to have our stories published professionally by one of the top agencies, but many of us, and I am generalising based off my own experience,Continue reading “Going Solo”
When did we all become obsessed with other people?Is social media to blame?We all want to make a good impression but I think a lot of what people are selling is a cheap knockoff and social media is the egocentric platform that advertises the product.But do we really need the real deal or is aContinue reading “I’ll never be Shakespeare”
I hate baking. I love eating the finished product, I even enjoy the decorating. But I hate baking. All the weighing a measuring, gathering together of ingredients, the waiting around, the anticipation, the disappointment if it doesn’t turn out right. Some people bake to relax, some do it as the job. Me, I’ve tried myContinue reading “Recipe for Disaster”