Category: writing

BOOK REVIEW: The Rebellion’s Last Traitor by Nik Korpon

After ten years of fighting a brutal regime, rebel Henraek finds himself labeled a traitor while working for the enemy as a memory thief. In Nik Korpon’s The Rebellion’s Last Traitor, we enter a future world where memories are sold as drugs, rebels join the enemy, and the people you grew up with aren’t who

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FEBRUARY AT A GLANCE

Again we have had a bumper month with lots of book reviews, film reviews, author interviews and much more…so what better way to bring you all our content than in a monthly round-up of what hit our pages in the month of February 2018. Competition Time – Flash Fiction We have launched our first flash

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INTERVIEW: Adrian J Walker

DS – Let me start off by saying how much I enjoyed your novel. In fact, it was my favourite read of 2017, perhaps even of the last two years. So, thanks for such a wonderful story, and particularly for creating Lineker. AJW – Thank you. DS – Reading the book, I constantly felt myself thinking about things like Brexit, UKIP

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BOOK REVIEW: The End We Start From by Megan Hunter

This is a story of new motherhood in a terrifying setting: a familiar world made dangerous and unstable, its people forced to become refugees. ‘The End We Start From’ is a breathtaking novella. Hunter brings her story to life through a woman’s quest for survival in a world that is falling apart, this would make

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BOOK REVIEW: The Stone Tide by Gareth E. Rees

Gareth Rees is a man in crisis. Newly arrived in Hastings and mortgaged to the guts in a crumbling Victorian fixer-upper, Rees takes refuge in his pet project, a written history of his new home town, one peopled by cranks, inventors and master magicians. But as renovations stall and a wedge grows between him and

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BOOK REVIEW: Untethered by John Bowie

Is there a crime at all or an elaborate plot for John Barrie to fall into? John Bowie is the founder of Bristol Noir, a popular e-zine specialising in crime-noir, dark fiction and dirty realism. And his crime novel does not disappoint, its 186 pages are packed full of deceit, human depravity and surprisingly dark humour. John Barrie

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INTERVIEW: Nate Crowley

Joseph Sale sits down and has a chat with Nate Crowley, author of ‘100 Best Video Games (That Never Existed) They chat about MMO’s, zombies, writing, gaming and much more! Joseph Sale: Hello! Nate Crowley: Hello! Thank you so much for agreeing to do this interview, especially considering how early in the day it is.

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BOOK REVIEW: The Reservoir Tapes by Jon McGregor

One of the ways I can describe ‘The Reservoir Tapes’ is like a dessert after a huge feast – that feast being ‘Reservoir 13’. Everyone has a separate stomach when it comes to desserts, especially after a mammoth feast; but if you are one of the lucky ones thinking “I can take them or leave

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FICTION: The Woman by June Ti

The homesteader did not understand what she’d done wrong. Whatever it was, her husband was angry. He’d become the feared actor in a horror flick, a lover whose vulgar contempt chills his subordinate to the bone. He viewed the woman as vile, a rat to be expelled, especially after losing her job. She was as

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JANUARY Round-up!

With such a busy January behind us, we thought it best to pull together all our goings on in one place for you to access: Book Reviews, Interviews, Film Reviews and Short Stories. – BOOK REVIEWS – Seeing Red by Lina Meruane – read review here. The Fandom by Anna Day – read review here.

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