What an intense, whirlwind of a weekend this was. As the date neared, I was seriously doubting my reasoning for putting myself up for so many panels, one of which I had to moderate for goodness sake! Neck deep already in writing and narrating, I had to mug up on subjects so I'd stand half … Continue reading FantasyCon 2018 Chester
AWESOME NEWS, FOLKS! REALLY BLOODY AWESOME! I'm narrating a book! This one: Ghosts of Tomorrow by Michael R. Fletcher Why me? Good question. Here's the story: All right. So, I have always loved to read to my children since before they could understand the words, and well past the age at which they could read … Continue reading A Narrator Story
AWESOME NEWS, FOLKS! REALLY BLOODY AWESOME! I'm narrating a book! This one: Ghosts of Tomorrow by Michael R. Fletcher Why me? Good question. Here's the story: So, I have always loved to read to my children since before they could understand the words, and well past the age at which they could read for themselves. … Continue reading A Narrator – who me?
FantasyCon 2017 This year was my first time attending FantasyCon – Folks: it was good. Held in Peterborough, the event was well run and, in my opinion, one of the better cons I’ve been to, so thanks to the organisers and their minions for that. It was blasted unfortunate that due to personal problems I … Continue reading FantasyCon 2017 – A Great Weekend
http://www.bristolcon.org/ Last year I went to BristolCon for the first time and I had the best weekend ever so I said I would definitely attend again the next year. Dare I say the 2017 convention was even more exciting and awesome than 2016? My goodness, I had an absolute blast. Thanks to the committee for … Continue reading BristolCon or Bust – a blast for 2017
I have finished - yet again - my final, final, final draft of The Fractured Portal. It's bloody, war-filled, death-laden, and the ending is heart-breaking - just to make you need to read book 3: The Ruptured Weaves. The joy of finishing lasted all of half an hour, then I began fretting about whether my … Continue reading That Final, Final, Final Draft
The Shadow of What was Lost by James Islington "As destiny calls, a journey begins... It has been twenty years since the godlike Augurs were overthrown and killed. Now, those who once served them - the Gifted - are spared only because they have accepted the rebellion's Four Tenets, vastly limiting their own powers. As a … Continue reading The Shadow of What was Lost – A Review