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Cosmic Summer Reads

Jun 27th, 2018 | By
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What’s summer without a gripping book to get your teeth sunk in to? Here’s our top 5 summer reads to get you from frazzled to dazzled this holiday season: 600ppm – A Novel of Climate Change by Clarke W. Owens It’s 2051. Global warming has flooded eastern U.S. coastal cities. The West is a waterless

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Where fantasy meets SiFi – The Alkoryn Chronicles series

Jan 16th, 2018 | By

The Alkoryn Chronicles take you to a rich alternative world full of its own animals, vegetation and dynamic landscapes, from jungles and deserts to volcanoes. It is a unique world where its axis only allows the sun to shine on one side, leaving the other side in complete darkness. In this world, there are two

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A Ghost Story with a twist for rainy-day holiday reading

Jul 24th, 2017 | By

I don’t know about you, but I love having the time on holiday to read different genres from my usual choices. Much as I love the sunshine, I do also relish those odd days when the wet weather keeps me indoors curled up on the sofa and I can indulge and get lost in a great

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The Alkoryn Chronicles

Apr 24th, 2017 | By

Part I Scripture from the Past Extract: The tide was once again coming in as Daimeh finished his daily routine of delivering various commodities to the people of Alkoryn, his people. Although his profession was regarded as an important one, he always referred to himself as ‘the delivery boy’. As the grandson of the sovereign,

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Moon Song excerpts

Mar 14th, 2017 | By

Sparrow: Isolde For once, the cathedral was quite empty; Isoldé stood sensing into the quiet, the echoes of silence. At moments like this you really got a feel of the place. She stood at the west end. The wide floor of the nave was empty of chairs, the sun sent shadows of colour down through

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Featured Books: Wellsprings

Feb 13th, 2017 | By

    2026. The earth’s ecosystem has broken down under human abuse. Water supplies are shrinking. Rain is rare, and North America is gripped in the Great Drought with crops withering and forests dying. In the midst of ecological and social collapse, an old woman and a young man set out to heal nature and

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eBook Promotion: January 17

Jan 17th, 2017 | By

Some reach out for the mystical, but sometimes it’s the mystical that reaches out.   Call of the Forbidden Way by Robert Owings When Carson Reynolds gets hired to produce a documentary film at a gathering of Native American medicine men, he never suspects it will be a portal into a world that will radically

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Q&A With Visitor Author Christopher Chase Walker

Nov 25th, 2016 | By

To celebrate the launch of The Visitor today, here’s an interesting Q&A with its Brighton-based author, Christopher Chase Walker. Who are you and what do you do? Christopher Walker was born in Maryland in 1969, on the same day Apollo 12 returned from the moon. He grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and earned a BA

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Mike Brooks’ Top 5 Writing Tips

Oct 29th, 2016 | By

To celebrate the launch today of The Machine Society by Mike Brooks, here are the author’s top 5 writing tips. Turn the internal critic into an internal supervisor A lot of writers seem to like to beat themselves up. I’ve done it myself. Why are we so unkind to ourselves?! ‘I haven’t written enough –

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Dystopian Fiction

Oct 24th, 2016 | By

We are fish, swimming in a sea of advertising – and we don’t realise we’re drowning. What if we are already living in a kind dystopia, except we just don’t realise it. Article by novelist Mike Brooks. In his novel Annihilation, one of Jeff VanderMeer’s characters claims: ‘The madness of the world tries to colonise

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