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Here I go yet again

Yes, I know – here she goes again! Believe me, I am sicker of it than anyone else is. I make so many promises to myself (I realise no one else really worries about it), and I break them every time. I’ve long been contemplating where I need to take […]

Book Review: The Truth About Elves

Book Title: The Truth About Elves Author: Ekta R Garg Publication: 2021 Publication House: Atmosphere Press I finished reading this delightful book a couple of days ago and, given that it has Christmas elves in it, I thought I might review it closer to Christmas. But then I figured ‘why […]

So what is Steampunk?

I had a challenge presented to me during the week. Well, in truth, not just me: it was presented to a rather large group. The publishers of 42 Stories Anthology were after some more steampunk stories for their anthology (if you follow the link, you can have a look yourself […]

Genres I Just Can’t Write

I love a good horror story: not one connected with zombies or chain saws mind, but ghosts, vampires and witches are fair game. I don’t even mind a brush with the Prince of Darkness in fiction. So when an opportunity presented itself to submit a short story to a Halloween […]

Guest Post: Author Kayla Krantz

I am currently reading What I Did by Kayla Krantz. You will get a review when I finally finish it (long story – but hard to concentrate on reading when you have concussion) but I couldn’t wait that long to give you guys some insight into this wonderful book. So […]

Book Review: Shang-a-lang

Book: Shang-a-lang: My Life With the Bay City Rollers Author/s: Les McKeown, with Lynne Elliott Published: 2003 – Mainstream Publishing Amazon Like most teenage girls in the 1970s, I loved the Bay City Rollers. As I got older, I realised that they were not the clean-cut boys they were presented […]