Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Jump – coming soon in the US

The Jump is coming out soon in the US, so expect a wee flurry of reviews and blog posts soon. Here’s the first review I’ve seen, over at The Suspense is Thrilling Me, and it’s a doozy. Thanks Chelsea Humphrey! … Continue reading

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Echoes of Edinburgh

  Hey folks, I recently took part in a University of Edinburgh project called Echoes of Edinburgh, where I was interviewed and spraffed on about all sorts of guff. Check it out here. Enjoy! Dx

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Some Random New Reviews

Just spotted a few random new reviews of older books. First here’s Hit & Run getting a wee rave at The TLE Books blog. Next is Hit & Run again, this time author and reviewer Chris Beakey absolutely loving it … Continue reading

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My latest Big Issue reviews

Here’s a round up of my latest Big Issue book reviews, with one-word summaries: James Sallis, Willnot (No Exit) – sublime SJI Holliday, Willow Walk (Black & White) – horrific Melissa Ginsburg, Sunset City (Faber) – classy Robin Wasserman, Girls on Fire (Little, … Continue reading

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Another lovely review for The Jump

Sarah Hardy over at By the Letter Book Reviews has given The Jump another lovely review. Thanks, Sarah!

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I’m now a Royal Literary Fund Consultant Fellow

Folks, I’m now an accredited Royal Literary Fund Consultant Fellow. On the off chance that you work in higher education and might be interested, this means I can give academic writing workshops to students and staff. For a fee, likes.

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