It's my stop on the A Star Named Vega blog tour. Find out about the book and the author.
In With Dust Shall Cover, gruesome entities and body horror belie universal truths about human relationships and desires, and what we really have to fear.
Close to Midnight is chock-full of high-quality, evocative horror stories featuring jaw-dropping moments and nods to classics of the genre.
It's my stop on the Red as Blood blog tour. Find out about the book and the author.
The Luck is an absorbing, multi-generational saga featuring interesting, complex characters and a convincing setting.
The Maids of Biddenden is an imaginative and richly detailed, yet realistic story of triumph over religious, gender, and class restrictions.
The Moose Paradox is a welcome return to the brilliant characterisation and tense situations that I loved in The Rabbit Factor.
Miracle Number Four is a vivid and detailed novel that really captures the intensity of youth and the importance of music.
In my head, and out loud.
The Witches of Moonshyne Manor is a wonderfully imaginative, funny, and moving story of ageing witches dealing with today's world.