It gives me great pleasure to announce that Winterbloom is released today, joining the previous volumes in the Shaman series: Children of the Shaman, The Glass Mountain and Malarat.
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I’m delighted to announce that Winterbloom, the fourth book in the Shaman series, will be published by Kristell Ink on February 28th 2019.
The winners of the 2018 eFestival of Words Best of the Independent eBook Awards winners have been announced. Children of the Shaman didn’t win in the Urban Fantasy category (a well-deserved win for B.R. Kingsolver with Chameleon’s Death Dance), but it was great to have made the final shortlist, and my friend Cora Buhlert, who […]
I am honoured to have been chosen as a finalist for the eFestival of Words Best of the Independent eBook Awards, along with my co-host at the Speculative Fiction Showcase, Cora Buhlert. I am a finalist in the Best Fantasy (Contemporary/Urban Fantasy) category for my novel Children of the Shaman, and Cora is a finalist in the Short […]
Most of my BJD (ball jointed dolls) are based on my characters, though one or two have wandered in from somewhere else. I tend not to mix doll hobby stuff with writing and fantasy stuff because although there is an overlap, not everyone is keen on dolls. So here are a couple of dolls/characters. This […]
My publisher, Kristell Ink, is launching not one but three Speculative Fiction anthologies on Friday, 8th June 2018 in Oxford. The launch is taking place at Waterstones in Oxford, starting at 18.30 BST. You can find out more about the venue and book tickets through Eventbrite. The three anthologies of short fiction are: Infinite Dysmorphia, edited […]
Originally posted on The Irregular Reader:
Children of the Shaman by Jessica Rydill Thirteen year old Annat is a shaman by birth. Within her own people, the Wanderers, shamans can heal, protect, and enter bodily into other realms. Outside her people, however, shamans are looked upon with suspicion and mistrust. Annat is largely untrained in…
Grimbold authors have won seven nominations for the British Fantasy Awards, and Grimbold Books has been shortlisted for Best Independent Press. Sending congratulations and wishing all the best to everyone! Evelinn Enoksen for Best Artist Fight Like a Girl (ed. Joanne Hall & Roz Clarke) for Best Anthology Sammy HK Smith for Best Short Fiction […]