I read Nothing is Ever Simple in record time. It is a short book, but packs a powerful story. Corin Hayes, to whom I was introduced in Silent City, is his usual self-deprecating, morose, sharp-witted and witty self. In this story, which follows on nicely from the first but could also be a standalone book, … Continue reading Nothing is Ever Simple – A Review
Who would have thought? For some reason, folk seem to like the sound of my voice. Not only am I now narrating Michael R Fletcher's Ghosts of Tomorrow, but Rob Matheny of Grim Tidings asked me to do a voice-over for an advert for Coven Queen by Jeramy Goble. Apparently the author loved what I … Continue reading So now I’ve done a voice-over too
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
Blackwing by Ed McDonald – A Review The republic faces annihilation, despite the vigilance of Galharrow's Blackwings. When a raven tattoo rips itself from his arm to deliver a desperate message, Galharrow and a mysterious noblewoman must investigate a long dead sorcerer's legacy. But there is a conspiracy within the citadel: traitors, flesh-eaters … Continue reading Blackwing by Ed McDonald – A Review