Guest post: Christopher Charman talks novel writing and talking animals!

  I hadn’t really given a lot of thought to what goes into making a novel until about halfway into my time in San Francisco State University’s MFA Creative Writing program. In the fall of 2010, I had the good fortune to take a class on novel writing from Dodie Bellamy (The Letters of Mina…

Guest post: Robert J. Duperre talks SOULTAKER (Knights Eternal)

Today I have a guest post from Robert J. Duperre. His latest book, Soultaker (Knights Eternal) has recently been released through Ragnarok Publications and the cover art alone screams ‘READ ME!’ In this post, Robert talks about the books creation and how patience is one of the greatest virtues a writer can hold. Thank you…

Guest post: Words and Music – Linda Robertson

JOVIENNE: A horrific car accident put Jovienne in a coma. When she awakened months later, she learned that her family had died in the crash…and that she had been altered. Raised by a stranger who trained her to use her new quintanumin abilities, she excels at every lesson and longs for her mentor to become much more. But after completing her final…

Interview & book excerpt with Alan Baxter

Alan Baxter kicks ass! As well as writing incredible speculative fiction, Alan has over 30 years of martial arts experience and he also runs the Illawarra Kung Fu Academy! Alan has been a pretty busy chap in recent time. His Alex Caine trilogy of books are now available worldwide, late last year saw him release…

Book review: The Autumn War – Ani Fox

‘The Autumn War’ by Ani Fox is a little bit like James Bond meets Jonathan Maberry’s Joe Ledger. It’s high-octane stuff with a protagonist that is quick-witted but even quicker on the trigger. The body count is high and head shots are a regular occurrence. There is a lot to like about this debut novel…

Interview: Ani Fox talks The Autumn War and writing.

The Grim Reader talks to Ani Fox. Ani Fox probably isn’t somebody very well known to you, and to be honest I am not familiar with his work either. However, I came across a book that piqued my interest when browsing the world wide web the other day. That book is called ‘The Autumn War’…