Free books to review Find your next favourite books from StoryOrigin. From 1-30 September you can get copies of any and all of the books on the page below to review for free. We’re looking at all kinds of Fantasy and Science Fiction in a bundle from authors across the world. Click on the link… Continue reading SFF REVIEWS bundle from StoryOrigin
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… Continue reading Best of the Independent eBook Awards
On 30th June, Kristell Ink are publishing new vampire novel Blood Bank by Zoe Markham: the book will be available from Amazon in paperback and Kindle format. Blood Bank is a vampire novella set in Swindon! Blurb: Benjamin is a programmer moonlighting as a security guard at Dystopia, a seedy club that caters to the… Continue reading New from Kristell Ink: Blood Bank by Zoe Markham
Review: Kristin Dearborn first came to my attention earlier this year with the DarkFuse release, Woman In White. I liked that one well enough, but noted in my review that, “I could have gone for some deeper character explorations…and I could have used way more of the supernatural aspect.” Apparently, Stolen Away was the Dearborn […]… Continue reading Michael Patrick Hicks reviews Kristin Dearborn
Guest post by Amy Kuivalainen: Urban Fantasy - what I know for sure This year I have been lucky enough to publish my books Cry of the Firebird, an urban fantasy novel with heavy Nordic and Russian Fairytale influences and as of June The Eagle Key, an original fairy tale about a key that can open the heart of… Continue reading Speculative Fiction Showcase: Guest post by Amy Kuivalainen: Urban Fantasy – what I know for sure