Book Reviews

Book Review: One of Us by Craig DiLouie

One of Us by Craig DiLouie Publisher: Orbit                                             Publication date: 19th July 2018 Genre: Science Fiction/Dystopia                   Page Count: 390 They call it the plague A generation of children born with extreme genetic mutations They call it a home But it's a place of neglect and forced labour They call him a… Continue reading Book Review: One of Us by Craig DiLouie

Features

The Subjective Chaos (Kind Of) Awards

19|01|18 Update The Bloggers Seven have met with their first challenge since announcing their quest; lo and behold a book had been placed in the wrong category! After a brief period of wailing into the void, our brave heroes searched within themselves for the truth; they would have to move the book to a new… Continue reading The Subjective Chaos (Kind Of) Awards

Babbling

“A Million Words: Turning Your Hobby Into Your Career” – Philip R Johnson

Last year, Philip came along to a convention my friends and I organise (I use that term very loosely) called Nerdvana. Having enjoyed himself, he offered to be on hand for the following year, by doing a talk on writing and hosting some form of writing competition. This year, I hadn't forward planned sufficiently to throw… Continue reading “A Million Words: Turning Your Hobby Into Your Career” – Philip R Johnson

Book Reviews

Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky

This is a review I previously wrote on Goodreads. Children of Time is available here My husband always buys me a pile of books for Christmas and my birthday (which is just over two weeks after Christmas...) He always buys me a well thought out variety of books; he chooses authors I like or want… Continue reading Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky