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Cover Reveal: The Path of Thorns
Hello, my poor neglected blog (yet again).
Just popping in here to show off my lovely new cover for The Path of Thorns, which is due out in June of 2022 from Titan Books. Big thank you to Tor.com for hosting the reveal and you can click here for an excerpt!
Ladies of the Fright: Witches!!
Over Halloween I had a chat with the delightful and delovely Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera, the Ladies of the Fright! About witches (or my “witch work”). Me, sounding very Australian – in the background
Heading into Halloween 2019
If it’s the second year you do it, it’s totally a tradition, right?
So, as I did last year, here are links to all my spooky stories that you can read online for free. They’re not all nice, so be warned.
Halloween #3: (Vaguely) Witchy Things I’ve Written That You Can Read for Free
Right, so some more Samhain love: links to (Vaguely) Witchy Things I’ve Written That You Can Read for Free.
Thank you to all the wonderful publishers who’ve loved these stories and sent them
It’s Halloween #1
Just been reminded of this fabulous illustration by the wonderful Mr Greg Ruth for my novelette, Finnegan’s Field.
It also accompanied the excellent essay, Why Horror is Good for You (and Even Better for Your Kids), by said wonderful illustrator!
So there you
Modern Literary Witches Go Beyond Maiden, Mother, and Crone
Over at Tor.com Natalie Zutter examines breaking out of the Maiden, Mother, Crone Bermuda Triangle!
Partway through Deborah Harkness’ A Discovery of Witches, scholar-turned-witch Diana Bishop encounters a trio of familiar figures: a maiden, a mother, and
Corpselight over at Tor.com
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
Thanks, S.J. Budd!
All of the hearts!!
Of Sorrow and Such by Angela Slatter
How often is it when you blindly come across a new book and fall under a spell within the first few paragraphs? That you must read it in one go,
Mad Hatters and March Hares
And this new anthology from Ellen Datlow is up for pre-order, Mad Hatters and March Hares: All-New Stories from the World of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.
Gentle Alice – Kris Dikeman (poem)
My Own Invention – Delia Sherman
Lily-White & The Thief of
The Horror Story We All Know: Stephen Graham Jones on Little Red, Paths, and American Backpackers
This is a fantastic essay by the amazing Stephen Graham Jones on age-old horror.
So two guys are walking across the moors.
Yeah, you’ve heard this one.
Couple of young Americans are backpacking through Europe, and they duck in out of the