Well, the Goodreads giveaways that spanned most of January and February are over.
Following half a day of printing and signing letters, personalising title pages and stuffing envelopes, all the prizes are now in the post.
*pats self on back*
I gave away: Continue reading
I’m delighted to announce that all my proposed Goodreads give-aways have been approved.
This means that from the 11th to 24th of January I will be giving away six different titles, totalling 42 books! So entering means there’s a very good chance of winning something. Continue reading
It’s 2017. Extraordinary. Astounding.
Or perhaps nothing more significant than flipping a page on a calendar…
Whatever the case, I’m celebrating by giving away a load of books on Goodreads this month. These are some of the titles I’m hoping to share:
So, watch for updates and get ready to pounce – some of these will be signed, out-of-print copies. Meanwhile, wishing you every joy and fulfilment for what is bound to be a year to remember.
Broadcaster Alex Smith works tirelessly and single-handedly to bring you cutting edge information and incisive wisdom on the environment: latest science, authors and issues including climate change, oceans, forests, pollution, Peak Oil, the economy and peace.
Listen to his weekly show and you’ll be most dreadfully educated about the ecological challenges we all face.
Alex was kind enough to take an interest in my ecologically inspired horror and fantasy novels, including MEAT, Garbage Man and The Black Dawn series.
We had a great chat, me sitting on my sofa in Northamptonshire recovering from killer man-flu and him somewhere in Vancouver – a place I’ve always wanted to visit.
Take a listen for an in-depth discussion of the eco-horror genre or visit the Ecoshock blog for a written précis and info about the rest of this week’s episode…
My top five sickest moments in fiction is on p16 of this month’s Bizarre (issue 208).
You’ll also find interviews with me at TTA Press/Black Static
and Gingernuts of Horror.
In the meantime, here are some cute shots of me in my local butcher’s shop…
The lovely people at TQR, who published some of my earliest work, have interviewed me.
For all you writers, they’re a great paying market, open for submissions right now…
You can read an early short story of mine at TQR for a limited time but they publish great new fiction every quarter and remain one of the internet’s best kept secrets.
Here’s some footage recorded for Oak Tree Press at The Hat Factory last Friday, some of which will appear on The Book Show:
First, an invitation for women horror writers to join me on The Book Show’s horror slot…