Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Darkness breeds when the sun is at its zenith, but is witchcraft abroad again on the longest day in Letho?
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You can read the first part of A Dark Night at Midsummer here!
Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Then welcome to the latest anthology from Crazy 8 Press! This amazing collection from 15 all-star authors will delight you with superheros and supervillains. AIs, off-worlders, and space cruisers. We’ve also got private eyes, sleep surrogates, time travelers, aliens and monsters—and one DuckBob!
With tales ranging from wild and wacky to dark and gritty to heartbreaking and fun, take the deadly leap with authors Meriah Crawford, Paige Daniels, Peter David, Mary Fan, Michael Jan Friedman, Robert Greenberger, Glenn Hauman Paul Kupperberg, Karissa Laurel, Kelly Meding, Aaron Rosenberg, Hildy Silverman, Lois Spangler, Patrick Thomas, and editor Russ Colchamiro.
You’ll never look at Love, Murder & Mayhem the same way again—and that’s just the way we like it.
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Sunday, 18 June 2017
And my review - this is a lovely little story with the simple reminder that the grass is not always greener on the other side! It will appeal to smaller children as you can see by the length, probably three to six year-olds, and the illustrations are sweet.
My review: Actually, never mind the dragon, this is a little boy who beats his unpleasant older brothers at their own game. It's a very good lesson in not taking things at face value! The illustrations are amusing but the plot is the strong suit here.
Monday, 12 June 2017
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
The allotments are bunny-infested again - we think there might be a warren under the plots - and we're clubbing together to buy a humane trap and establish a rota for checking it. It's been very dry but today it has rained solidly since this morning, not great for shopping (though I sneaked in a visit to my favourite wool shop) but good for the crops - and indeed for discovering just where the leak was in my mother's roof, as the wet rot man found.
And in work terms - well, I'm writing a new Hippolyta short story, and in the midst of plans for a new website / blog - I'll keep you posted! And I have to finish editing an old stand alone for later this year, once I get the science side sorted out ...