Today it gives me great pleasure to interview author Jan Edwards, whose new crime novel, Winter Downs, launched on 3rd June. How long have you been writing and how did you get started? Always a hard one to answer without sounding cliched, but I honestly can’t recall when I first started to make up stories… Continue reading Interview with Jan Edwards, author of Winter Downs
Fantasy author and editor Jan Edwards has very kindly given me a guest slot on her blog: Guest Writer: Jessica Rydill. And not just me! Jan is featuring a series of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror writers, as well as her own regular blogs. Previous guest bloggers so far have been Misha Herwin and Joanne… Continue reading Guest Writer: Jessica Rydill
I have published one of my short stories on Amazon. Called The Alukah, it features one of two friends who I shared a flat with in 1980's London - specifically, Stoke Newington. The Alukah is an urban fantasy set in 1983, and involves the unexpected encounter between a real person and two of my shamanworld characters. And a… Continue reading Short story of vampires set in Stoke Newington!
My friend, academic Elaine Housby, shares one of her timely posts about life in the Borders of England and Scotland in the run-up to the referendum on independence for Scotland:Debatable Land: stories of life in a grey area: Cameron Hurls a Spanner into the Borders.and from later on:The Misty and Choppy Waters of NationalismDebatable Land:… Continue reading Debatable Land: stories of life in a grey area: Cameron Hurls a Spanner into the Borders