Synopsis Rory Morris isn’t thrilled to be moving back to her hometown. There are bad memories there. But her twin sister, Scarlett, is pregnant and needs support, so Rory returns to the place she thought she’d put in her rear-view. After a night out at a bar where she runs into Ian, an old almost-flame, […]
An interview with Lauren J. A. Bear. Author of Medusa’s Sisters.
I adored The Witch’s Heart so I had high hopes for The Weaver and the Witch Queen, and I’m very happy to tell you that I completely adored it! Gornichec has a way to taking these historical fantasy stories and making them unputdownable. She weaves a stunning tale of female bonds, magic and found family.
Author Interview with Jayne Cowie, author of One of the Boys.
A thought-provoking and humbling novel about what we would do if we were given the opportunity to test our sons for a gene of violent predisposition.
Historical and mythological inspired fantasy, showcasing the sisterhood between Queen Gunnhild and her childhood friends, Signy and Oddny.
Author Interview with Nick Medina, author of Sisters of the Lost Nation
Thank you to Berkley for having me along for their Blog Blitz for My Sweet Girl by Amanda Jayatissa! This atmospheric thriller is a slow-build but it had my hair standing on edge for the first half of the novel.
Hello all, and welcome to FanFiAddict’s monthly list aimed at the impressionable youth! I mean, aimed at setting your vision globes in the general direction of some forthcoming Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror books that we are full of beans about. So, without further ado, take a look at the list below and get your wallets ready to order some new books.
Do you remember a time where you were sitting around a campfire and told creepy stories to scare each other? Well, Near The Bone is a story that would be worth telling before you send your troops to bed. It got the tropes of a Stephen king novel, about human beings at their worst or best, mixed with a chilling story involving a beast in the woods. “We came up here to do some research and now we’re in a horror movie with a monster and an unkillable redneck with a gun.”