Monthly Archives: July 2017
… the delightful Trent Jamieson says lovely things! And I’ll be at the Avid Reader Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Club on 31 July.
Spinning a Fairytale Web
The fairytale is a rich soup of story. As a starting point their foundations are strong
The lovely folks over at Tor.com have the opening chapter of Corpselight over on their site for you to read!
She took a while getting out of her car, smoothing the workday creases from her Donna Karan suit, collecting her handbag and the
Oh yes, it is.
Huge thanks to everyone who came along last night to listen to Drs Kim and Ange do “Twenty Questions with Angela Slatter”. Thanks to everyone who bought books – I hope I spelled all the names correctly! – and
Today is publication day for Corpselight (Verity Fassbinder book 2) AND for the paperback of Vigil (Verity Fassbinder book 1)! The later contains a standalone Verity story in the back (which was on limited release as part of the 24hr
So, we’re ten days out from the Corpselight launch! Please remember to ring and book, Brisneylanders! I know it’s cold outside at night, but you will be going to a place of warmth and cupcakes!
This is not a drill!
Corpselight will be launching on
Ticonderoga Publications has opened a new online bookshop!
You’ll find many fine works there, including Lisa L. Hannett’s Bluegrass Symphony, Alan Baxter’s Crow Shine, Ian McHugh’s Angel Dust, Kaaron Warren’s Dead Sea Fruit, and several of my own collections like The Girl with