I’m finding it hard to find interesting traditional published books. Publishers either play it safe or you must be a celebrity. Two recent traditional published books I read were real disappointment. Seventh Son, which was turned in to a film was a complete drag. It’s normally the sort of book I love. In fact, it’s […]Read more "Indi publishing coming to the rescue of readers?"
This is another one of those writing questions I worry about too much. I was advised not have too many and certainly not have a room with more than three in. I’ve managed to break both rules, my book has quite a few and in one scene I have a meeting of eight heads of […]Read more "Can you have too many characters?"
I’m finding this a hard review to write because I’m very conflicted about this book. It is a sequel to the very good Pearseus, Rise of the Prince which I reviewed a while back. I can’t say much about what happens as I don’t want to give any spoilers but it continues where the last […]Read more "Pearseus: Mad Water (book 2 of the Pearseus epic fantasy series)"
Pearseus by Nicholas C. Rossis This is a hard book to summarise without giving away any spoilers, something I try hard not to do. It is set in the future in a world that has been colonised by humans but lost all contact with the home world. For reason I shan’t give away the society […]Read more "Pearseus, Rise of the Prince by Nicholas C. Rossis – a review"