Category Archives: Fiction

Original short stories.

Corpselight by Angela Slatter – a review by Jeanette Greaves

Corpselight – Verity Fassbinder book 2 ‘Corpselight’ is the second book in the Verity Fassbinder trilogy, and the sequel to ‘Vigil.’ The first thing I want to know about sequels is ‘Should I read the first book before I start … Continue reading

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Bonfire ’68

Bonfire ’68 Bonfire Night isn’t what it used to be. These days it’s all about the fireworks, and who has the most, the best, the noisiest. The fires themselves are tamed, organised, run by the local authority or a worthy … Continue reading

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The Pyre by David Hair – a review by Jeanette Greaves

The Return of Ravana by David Hair Book 1 – the Pyre Disclaimer – this book was sent as a review copy by the publishers. Followers of fantasy writer David Hair may already be aware of his ‘Return of Ravana’ … Continue reading

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The Eight Pane Sash

When we wake up naturally, when our bodies are rested and safe, the ghosts of our dreams linger for a while. In those ghosts lie the memories of places and people, of action and adventures that are far from our … Continue reading

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Queen of the Darkness – a review by Jeanette Greaves

  Five months ago, I picked up the first book of the Black Jewels trilogy. It had been a while since I’d been invited into a new fantasy world, and I had simultaneous feelings of excitement and trepidation. A trilogy … Continue reading

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The Child Eater by Rachel Pollack A review by Jeanette Greaves

In The Child Eater, we have a novel that follows two separate strands of a story, two different sets of characters, in two worlds separated by time and magic. The stories are linked by The Tarot of Eternity (much, much … Continue reading

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Impossible Spaces – now out

I have a story in the new Hic Dragones anthology, Impossible Spaces. I was thinking about interchangeable places, as a theme for the story – railway stations, bus stations, chain stores, that kind of thing. Then I started to think … Continue reading

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Wolf-Girls now available as an e-book.

http://www.hic-dragones.co.uk/#/wolf-girls/4565397194 Wolf-Girls is now available in mobi and epub formats at £4.99. Now all you papyrophobics can get in on the wolfie action.  

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Interview with the Changeling’s Wife

Interview with Helen Ransome.  19th September 2035. By Sangita Ifors SI “Mrs Ransome, thank you for agreeing to this interview.” HR “You’re welcome. Would you like tea and cake? John and Anthony had a midnight baking competition last night and … Continue reading

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Snow Day – Flash Fiction online on 12/10/12

My flash fiction ‘Snow Day’ will make its online debut at http://flashfloodjournal.blogspot.co.uk/ on 12th October at 10 am.

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