Sep 15

The Veil – Chloe Neill

About the Book Seven years ago, the Veil that separates humanity from what lies beyond was torn apart, and New Orleans was engulfed in a supernatural war. Now, those with paranormal powers have been confined in a walled community that humans call the District. Those who live there call it Devil’s Isle. Claire Connolly is …

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Sep 10

Updraft – Fran Wilde

About the Book In a city of living bone rising high above the clouds, where danger hides in the wind and the ground is lost to legend, a young woman must expose a dangerous secret to save everyone she loves Welcome to a world of wind and bone, songs and silence, betrayal and courage. Kirit …

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Sep 08

Tomorrow and Tomorrow – Thomas Sweterlitsch

About the Book “A wild mash-up of Raymond Chandler, Philip K. Dick, and William S. Burroughs” (Stewart O’Nan, author of The Odds), the near-future thriller Tomorrow and Tomorrow is an insightful exploration of humanity’s relationship with evolving virtual environments and an accurate portrayal of how the technology that was developed to connect people inevitably isolates them… Pittsburgh is John Dominic …

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Sep 07

Crucible Zero – Devon Monk

About the Book The national bestselling author of Infinity Bell returns to her “fresh and unique”* world where the truce between the ruling Houses has shattered and chaos now reigns. Only one woman has the power to save the world—but she could also destroy it… Matilda Case never thought of herself as a hero. But because she …

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Sep 02

Guest Review by A.E. Marling | The House of Shattered Wings – Aliette de Bodard

About the Book A superb murder mystery, on an epic scale, set against the fall out – literally – of a war in Heaven. Paris has survived the Great Houses War – just. Its streets are lined with haunted ruins, Notre-Dame is a burnt-out shell, and the Seine runs black with ashes and rubble. Yet …

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Sep 01

Regeneration – Stephanie Saulter

About the Book The gillungs – genetically modified, waterbreathing humans – are thriving. They’ve pioneered new aquatic industries, and their high-efficiency quantum battery technology coupled to tidal turbines in the Thames estuary looks set to revolutionise the energy industry. But as demand grows, so does fear of what their newfound power might mean. Then a …

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Aug 31

Guest Post | T. Frohock on Contempt Prior to Investigation

About the Author Bio: T. Frohock has turned a love of dark fantasy and horror into tales of deliciously creepy fiction. She lives in North Carolina where she has long been accused of telling stories, which is a southern colloquialism for lying. T. is the author of Miserere: An Autumn Tale and her newest series …

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Aug 26



I’ve been quiet recently. I’ve also been exhausted. On August 17 I had a c-section. The c-section went well, despite the risks my funky body presented. Cora Elizabeth was born at 7:59am weighing 7 pounds and 6 ounces, 20 inches long. I had a three day hospital stay, which was just about as thrilling as …

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Aug 20

Guest Post | JL Murray writes A Letter to Herself

About the Author J.L. Murray is the author of the Niki Slobodian series (Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, The Devil Is a Gentleman, Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead, The Devil Was an Angel, and The Devil’s Backbone), The Thirteen series (Jenny Undead and Eat the Ones You Love), After the Fire, …

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Aug 19

Guest Post | Greg Hickey on The Popularity of Dystopian Film and Its Effect on Dystopian Literature

About the Author Greg Hickey is a writer, forensic scientist and endurance athlete. He is the author of the dystopian fiction novel Our Dried Voices and writer of the screenplay Vita. You can view more of his work on his website. The Popularity of Dystopian Film and Its Effect on Dystopian Literature By Greg Hickey …

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