Me, Writing, in 2019

It's been awhile, but I have the trusty old 'writing update' typewriter out again. Happy New Year, all!Hope everyone is well.Just wanted to give you an update from FRJ Towers, and possibly create myself a hostage to fortune in the process.This year it is my avowed intention to publish four novellas and one novel.(And maybe…

Bird Box (2018)

Everybody – and I mean EVERYBODY – has seen BIRD BOX in the last few weeks. Okay, I have heard rumours that there are horror fans in the remotest reaches of Siberia who haven’t yet got around to it, but I refuse to give these stories credence. It seems that in places where Netflix is…

The Dark Half by Stephen King

I last read THE DARK HALF not long after it came out in theearly nineties. It’s a book I loved. A book that gripped me and stayed with meso much so that, until recently, I would have named it as one of my favouriteof Stephen King’s oeuvre. It just goes to show that you should…

Doctor Who Reviews – Resolution

My one paragraph, instant reaction to the final episode of this series of DOCTOR WHO That was more like it! The other week I came across an interview Jodie gave at the start of October in which she was asked her greatest secret, and she said that she knew what happened in the finale. Given…

I hope you all had a wonderful day yesterday! To continue my (Diana) Christmas theme for the holiday, here's a post I wrote earlier this year about how important it is for me. Okay, the book itself is set around Christmas, and has a festively titled leading lady, but I can't honestly claim that IT'S…

It's Christmas! (Or it nearly is.) And I'm one of those people who've actually written a book with the word Christmas in the title. What's more, it's available this festive season at 99c/99c. Earlier this year I write a post introducing Diana, here it is. via Who is Diana Christmas?

Evolution by Kate Wrath

EVOLUTION is a return to the dystopia of Kate Wrath’s E world, a series of books which – for the uninitiated – is essentially a female led Spaghetti Western with killer robots. And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. Picking up where the last novel (simply called E) left off, the narrative finds Eden in…