Review: f2m – The Boy Within by Hazel Edwards and Ryan Kennedy

Ford Street Publishing is certainly not tying itself down to just one genre for its YA readers. There’s been Foz Meadows’ “Solace and Grief” (vampires), George Ivanoff’s “Gamer’s Quest” (fantasy/SF/gaming) and now “f2m – The Boy Within” – a transgender coming of age story. f2m is the first-person story of Finn – born Skye – who decides, on his 18th […]

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Always delighted to see a good review!

The Literate Kitty has given The Opposite of Life a wonderful review: Werewolves in London? Try bloodsuckers Down Under.  It starts with a discussion of the four Noble Truths of Bhuddism, works through a fantastic precis of Lissa’s background and ends with “Life may be hard and cold… but it still has the ability to surprise and delight, as Lissa […]

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Gary and Lissa are talking to each other on Twitter again

LissaWilson83 @garyhooper44 If this was based on you, what would it smell like? http://www.vampirefantasies.com/ GaryHooper44 @LissaWilson83 You can be weird sometimes. Um. Maybe… craft glue? I’m making models today. And Old Spice? LissaWilson83 @GaryHooper44 Why Old Spice? That’s an aftershave isn’t it? You don’t shave do you? GaryHooper44 @LissaWilson83 No. Hair doesn’t grow now I’m undead. But I used to […]

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GaryView: The Wolf House – Roads and Crosses by Mary Borsellino

Lissa: Who’s your favourite character in this one? Gary: I don’t know, really. They’re all interesting. Lissa: That is not an acceptable answer, Gary. You’ve got to have a favourite. Gary: Why? Lissa: … I don’t know why. Gary: Well, who’s your favourite character? Lissa: As if you couldn’t guess. Gary: … Lissa: It’s Will, you dope. WILL! Gary: And […]

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Repurposed memories

I lived in Egypt in the early 1990s, when my husband and I taught English as a Foreign Language at a school in Cairo. When we left after two years (to go to Poland), as a farewell present I was given a watch which had the numbers in Arabic lettering. The strap was a slightyly odd design so when it […]

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