Happy Valentine’s Day!! Or, if you prefer, “Galentine’s Day!” So whether you are celebrating romance or friendship this February 14th, a treat for you: a story featuring both. The signature story from my award-winning short fiction anthology The Last Train Home & Other Stories. I hope you enjoy! Hindsight proves that leaving the car at […]
This morning I woke up to the news that Deadlands – one of the short stories included in my collection ‘The Last Train Home & Other Stories’ placed second in the 2012 Short Fiction Writers’ Guild contest for short, speculative fiction. I’m absolutely chuffed. Check out the contest results and the very worthy winners of […]
New review up today for The Last Train Home & Other Stories; check it out here! Baggybookworm is a well-ranged, general review site just coming back from a hiatus – check out past reviews and Follow for notification of future ones. Thanks Branka!
When myself and my agent – Hannah of Not Just a Face Media – sat down to plan out the launch night for The Last Train Home & Other Stories, Wednesday 12th September seemed like a very long time away… I was absolutely overwhelmed by the generosity of both friends and strangers – the […]
Pleased as punch that today HotLit Books gave The Last Train Home & Other Stories a whopping five stars and a ‘Read Now’ rating! Check out the review here – and remember to peruse the rest of the site for more indie gems. Thanks HotLit Books!!
Being a “south-of-the-river” gal, I’ve probably spent more money and time in Clapham Books than I should have. Independent bookshops are getting rarer and rarer – especially on London High Streets – but how can clicking idly on Amazon compare to the material experience of a handpicked selection of literary gems? I’ve […]
In celebration of the launch night for The Last Train Home – for a limited time only – get one third off the price at Smashwords Publishing with coupon code MG29M!! After you’ve bought the book via Smashwords, you will have access to a whole range of formats for reading or printing: […]
1. I turned 26 and had a very nice cake with my name on it and novelty candles that couldn’t be blown out. I know that sounds more like turning 6, but whatever. 2. I worked on my novel. A lot. I used to be able to read through it to check […]
Awesome Indies is a fantastic initiative that aims to promote indie-published works of a high and professional standard. I’m absolutely delighted to be informed that they believe The Last Train Home to be so. Check it out here.
There’s a great review up for The Last Train Home on A Beautiful Mess. Thanks so much! I highly recommend you check out the whole blog whilst you’re there and perhaps subscribe; the blogger has just emigrated from the UK to Germany and is charting her progress and experiences. Very interesting reading!