Mar 04, 2019
Barbara Lorna Hudson, Green Templeton College Emeritus Fellow and former psychiatric social worker, sees publication of her second novel on International Women's Day, 2019.
Nov 27, 2018
"'Nothing was ever proved' might stand some day as Rory Redman's epitaph." So says Cerebus C Gardog in this fast-moving tale of love and treachery set in England and Ruritania.
Nov 26, 2018
Local author Mark Henderson today sees the launch of his novel National Cake Day in Ruritania, and with it comes the emergence of an amazing new hero on the literary scene.
Oct 20, 2018
Jodie Whittaker has taken the world of Dr Who by storm as the long-running series' first female Doctor, and there is one set of fans agog to know who is lined up to confront her.
Oct 03, 2018
Science-fiction author, Stuart Aken, is celebrating the completion of his Generation Mars trilogy. The final book, Return to Dust, launches at FantastiCon 2018 in September. But Aken is the master of many genres.
Oct 03, 2018
'Sometimes when the mist is floating over the beach at Filey Bay it feels like aliens could land at any moment!' So says author, Janet Blackwell, talking about her debut novel, The Bridge and the Butterflies, a young adult fantasy adventure set on the...
Sep 07, 2018
You would expect a well-travelled army officer to know about war and its consequences, but it comes as a surprise to find that British Army officer, Alex Janaway, has equal skill as an author of fantasy novels.
Sep 06, 2018
Saffron Walden author, Alex Janaway, is celebrating the publication of Resistance, the second instalment of his fantasy trilogy, End of Empire. A compelling Tolkeinesque cast lives alongside human beings in Janaway's fantasy world.
Jun 09, 2018
An unlikely contender for epic success has sprung from the ashes of a 1984 computer game called The Lords of Midnight. And it's not just the technology but a bold novel tie-in that has set this one on fire.
Jan 12, 2018
Tourism in the Maldives allows a complete escape from the bustle of our modern world, but are those remote islands the paradise they seem? Local author, Sue Knight, paints a disturbing picture in her newly released novel, Waiting for Gordo.