On why I mostly talk about books I love, and on how new words are eeking out and what they’re eeking out to.
A short update from me as we find ourselves a third of the way through 2020. In which I don’t seem to have done a lot, and that’s ok.
Going old skool with my top five science fiction classic novels.
It’s ok to feel stressed or worried. Just try to be kind, wash your hands, stay home if you can.
Grind Spark, my pre-apocalyptic dystopian novel, is free this weekend to meet your pre-apocalyptic reading needs while you stay at home
In light of recent events, you might be spending more time at home for a while. Here’s a list of things to keep you occupied at home, including cults and monsters.
On the joys of typing, and the unexpected pleasures of keyboard reviews.
Music to write words to – a selection of playlists and albums to help soften the silence in my writing cave.
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.