Writers often research a lot of strange things in the name of research. Since my main character is a blacksmith, I thought it only prudent that I spend a few days getting my hands dirty in a local smithy...
I couldn’t put it down or turn away. This is an adventure well-worth embarking on, one filled with monsters, gods, deception and betrayal. You won’t regret picking this one up!
Bienvenue à Paris! But not just any Paris – this is a strange and wondrous time. Paris 1789. Twisted streets and twisted minds. The court of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette… and the bejewelled playthings inside this illustrious palace.
It's been one week since I announced to the world that my fantasy trilogy is going to be published... and how do I feel today? Read on to find out!
The Ruin of Kings is exactly what an epic fantasy should be: there’s adventure, betrayal, incredible magic and a quest, of course. Read on for a spoiler free review of The Ruin of Kings by Jenn Lyons.
This was one of the first crime books I ever read and WOW is all I can say. Of course, you can hear more about why I thought it was so WOW. Read on for a spoiler free review of A Necessary Evil by Abir Mukherjee.
I meet a lot of authors in my role at Booktopia - Neil Gaiman, Jimmy Barnes, Jay Kristoff, Rachael Johns... you name it. Here are some nuggets of wisdom I have picked up over the years.