Gibson follows up The Peripheral with a fast paced adventure into a new stub, with some Artificial Intelligence which has all kindsa sass
The latest novel in Jeff Noon’s Nyquist Mysteries series throws you into a land of folk tales, dreamscapes and nightmares. Beware the teacups.
Grind Spark, my pre-apocalyptic dystopian novel, is free this weekend to meet your pre-apocalyptic reading needs while you stay at home
Jingfang’s Vagabonds is a thoughtful science fiction novel, encouraging you to explore the areas between the extremes.
A neat nugget of psychological horror, laced with a sense of loneliness and sadness at its core.
Jeff Noon’s second instalment in the Nyquist Mysteries delivers more surreal, noir adventures. In a city of stories is anything ever quite as it seems?
As February comes to an end, in honour of Women of Horror month, here’s the second instalment of my list of fierce and ferocious female horror authors. Read them at your peril.
It’s still February and it’s still Women in Horror month, so here’s some fierce, female horror authors to brush off any excessive February romance. Part one.
Bottled is a modern-day gothic horror, a haunted house novella where the house is as much a character as the people creeping about inside.