I've started running around (like a headless chicken) creating lots of new pages for myself. First up, I was discovered a new offer from Bookgorilla, who will create a free author page for you, on the basis that you work to share the link to the best of your ability. I'm just road-testing this now, and will report back later on.
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!
I'm reading at the moment, and enjoying it. This is a real luxury for me. I can go for long periods without being able to read at all, unless it's connected with 'work'. The trouble is there seems to be so little time. I want to read, write and also socialise on the internet, but… Continue reading Me and my displacement activity
I am delighted that Malarat has received a review from Donald Crankshaw at Black Gate, as part of his series on self-published fantasy. Malarat is the third book in my Mir: shamanworld series, and the first to be self-published. Short extract from the review: Malarat’s cover says that it’s a “Novel of Love Beyond Death,”… Continue reading Malarat reviewed at Black Gate