News, reviews and stuff – 13:02:2014

Quite a packed little blog entry we have for you today, so without any more faffing let’s get on with the show: First we have a review of the British Fantasy Award-winning novella The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine by John Llewellyn , from Paul Feeney on his Sound and Fury blog. That one can be accessed right … Continue reading

New review 19:08:2013

It’s been fairly quiet around these parts lately, so let’s change that by bringing you the latest review of Terry Grimwood’s chapbook story, Soul Masque. This one is from subscriber Paul Feeney, and was posted to his Facebook timeline: “The world is on the brink, demons are rife and those that purport to do God’s (yes, … Continue reading

New reviews – 30:04:2013

A bumper selection of review to browse through today, so let’s get down to it straightaway with the first one: This one is the latest for Stephen Volk’s Whitstable, courtesy of The Zone – thanks to Tom Johnstone for the write-up! You’ll find it right here. PLEASE NOTE: there are now just THREE copies of the limited … Continue reading

The Respectable Face of Tyranny: a quotable quote and a mini-review

So, to return to a semblance of normality after the euphoria of being nominated for some awards, here are a couple of nice things people have said about Gary Fry’s Spectral Visions novella. First a quote: “An excellent novella from Gary Fry. The Respectable Face of Tyranny is set on the North Yorkshire coast, and … Continue reading

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