Grind Spark, my pre-apocalyptic dystopian novel, is free this weekend to meet your pre-apocalyptic reading needs while you stay at homeRead More
My round up of the books I’ve read in 2019 – including some of the year’s most hard-hitting book awards, such as “Best zombie kangaroo of the year” and “Smartest spiders of the year”.Read More
Title: The Death House
Author: Sarah Pinborough
From the back: Toby’s life was perfectly normal . . . until it was unravelled by something as simple as a blood test.Read More
Trump in charge of America.
Boris Johnson looking after the UK’s foreign affairs.
A ‘loose woman’ won Celebrity Big Brother.
You’d be forgiven for thinking we don’t need any dystopian fictions to liven up our day to day wanderings – after watching the news perhaps we’re all bleaked out. But perhaps that’s exactly why we do need them.Read More
Title: Mark A King
Author: Metropolitan Dreams
From the back: This is a tale of two cities.
Darkness and light.
Sinners and angels.Read More
Title: The Last Days of Jack Sparks
Author: Jason Arnopp
From the back: It was no secret that journalist Jack Sparks had been researching the occult for his new book. No stranger to controversy, he’d already triggered a furious Twitter storm by mocking an exorcism he witnessed.Read More
Belated posts and a quieter than intended Dust Lounge in part due to excitement over kittens, then tears over the sad loss of one of them. I won’t be dwelling on it here. Suffice to say there was much unexpected sadness over the festive season, and little Mole will be missed. Thankfully Diesel is doing…Read More
Title: The Sheriff
Author: Simon Fairbanks
From the back: The Sheriffs wander the clouds to keep peace across Nephos.
Sheriff Denebola is recruited by young Toby to help rid his village of a winged demon. The demon has tormented the people of Angel’s Keep every night for the past week so Denebola vows to capture the creature.Read More
Title: The Garden
Author: James Kester
From the back: Throughout human history, the peddlers of certainty have reigned supreme. When Galileo first cast doubt about the place of the Earth within the cosmos, he was condemned . . . Either you believed that God’s Eden was the garden of all life, or you were a heretic.Read More