2022: Wow, I’m going to be busy!

We’re just over a month into the new year and I’ve been giving all my commitments for the year the side-eye! Please understand that I am very very very excited about every single one of these projects! And I’m going to list them here in the hopes that it keeps my honest and also perky when the work gets hard […]

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New Release: Branch and Root

I’m so delighted to be able to announce the release of the Branch and Root anthology from Shooting Star Press. This charming little book contains my story, “The Marbletree Wood”, set in the universe of The Witches of Tyne, but hundreds of years after the events of the initial books so you don’t really need to have read those books […]

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Review: Writ in Blood by Julie Bozza

I confess that, while I have no particular affinity for westerns, I love books by Julie Bozza. Whatever theme she’s tackling, I know there’ll be nuance and depth, explorations of queerness and friendship, examinations of complex people with difficult personalities who may be hard to like, let alone love – and yet I know before the end I will love […]

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Quintette of Questions: Hugh McGinlay

Quintette asks writers five quick questions. This week’s interview is with: Hugh McGinlay 1. What’s the name of your latest book – and how hard was it to pick a title? Bodysurfing. For years the manuscript was called Nightswimming, I’m a huge REM fan and when I started writing a coastal thriller it just seemed right. Then I found out […]

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News and reviews: “The Only One in the World”

Over the last few months I’ve been chatting all over the place about The Only One in the World – and I’m utterly delighted and proud of the work of its contributors, and mine in pulling the book together, and of Clan Destine Press for taking on the pitch and guiding its literary birth! CDP’s fabulous publicist, Carmel Shute, was […]

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