The Girl With All The Gifts About ten years ago the story of a fungal virus ravaging the world, the end of civilisation, and a… Read More »BOOK VERSUS FILM: The Girl With All The Gifts
All About Bad Moms (aka MUMS if you’re a Brit like me) One thing I love reading about is ‘bad moms’ (aka ‘mums’ if you’re… Read More »Bad Moms: 5 Crime Novels That Will Make You Question Motherhood
Horror Short Stories I love short stories, but especially horror short stories … and there’s no better time to read them than this Halloween month!… Read More »5 Superb Horror Short Stories You Should Read This Halloween Month
The Storyworld Sooooooooo, how does this storyworld work? Here goes … THE COVEN is set in a parallel world just like our own but where… Read More »How I Wrote The Coven (as Lizzie Fry) – PART TWO
The Coven is out TODAY in paperback! Just in case you don’t know, I’m Lizzie Fry as well as Lucy V Hay (you may have noticed… Read More »How I Wrote The Coven (As Lizzie Fry) – PART ONE
As long-time readers of this blog know, I LOVE dystopian fiction! So I’m delighted to welcome author Rachel McClean to share her top 5 as… Read More »Top 5 Dystopias You Need To Read Right Now
Best Science Fiction EVER Science fiction takes us to whole new worlds, makes us question our own reality, and gets us excited (or in some… Read More »If You Love Science Fiction, Check Out This Infographic
Utopian literature is a wonderful, rich genre full of inspiring books that can greatly benefit the reader. The following seven titles are just a sample… Read More »7 Great Utopian Books We Should All Be Reading
The Book So, READY PLAYER ONE has got everything that ticks all my boxes: a teen hero and his rag-tag bunch of friends; a shadowy… Read More »Game Over for READY PLAYER ONE – Which is Better?
1) So, who are you and what have you written? I’m Nick Clark Windo and I’ve written a novel called The Feed. You can follow me… Read More »CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with Nick Clark Windo
The Book The novel is a modern classic and rightly so. Atwood’s rich prose and complex characterisation lifts off every page, bringing a story to… Read More »BOOK VERSUS FILM: The Handmaid’s Tale, For Better Or Worse?