A very welcome and excellent review of incendiary from Cathy at Between The Lines book blog.
A grown-up Dredd without any Dredd? How is this so good? I've finally got to read this legendary story from the earliest days of the Megazine (blurgh!) in the early 90s. And it is mind-blowingly good. From the pen of Dredd creator John Wagner and the astonishing colour artwork of Colin MacNeil, this is unlike… Continue reading America: The Judges are Judged.
Terry Tyler is one of my favourite authors. This is all the more important to me as she is rightly proud of her indie status and self-publishes her books online with Amazon. Hope is a short, punchy novel set in a plausible future but anchored very much in the present by its savage treatment of… Continue reading Hope – a novel by Terry Tyler
Sometimes a sequence of events conspires to make you truly wonder at the metaphysical nature of the cosmos. Usually, it is a cascade of events that combine to create chaos, loss and pain. Such is the default of our decaying cosmic home, the universe. Whether you like it or not, the Second Law of Thermodynamics spells… Continue reading When Good Things Happen
Keep away from politics, they said. You might alienate your readers, they said. It might hit your sales and discourage interaction, they said. Well sorry, whoever "they" are, I'm going there. Even the most far-fetched proponents of the misnamed 'Project Fear'* couldn't have predicted the depth to which British politics could have sunk after two… Continue reading Self-Destruct Button