Review of ‘Birdwoman; The Memoirs of A Lovesick Siren’ by Anne Carlisle

This is an outstandingly original story, which draws the reader in at once into the fascinating world of the siren. It’s exciting, well paced, funny, sad, outrageous and startlingly believable all at once. The writing is vivid, evocative, bawdy, witty and sometimes poetic. I took at once to the heroine, Destiny, who is born, along … Continue reading Review of ‘Birdwoman; The Memoirs of A Lovesick Siren’ by Anne Carlisle

An Original, Witty and Spine Chilling Fantasy: Review of ‘Reqium for a Forgotten Path’ by Robert Wingfield

These last couple of weeks I've been enjoying reading an excellent fantasy with a strong, independent minded heroine. This is 'Requim for a Forgotten Path' by Robert Wingfield. This is a funny, spine chilling, evocative continuation of the adventures of Ankerita, the eponymous heroine of the first in this series. I really like this heroine. … Continue reading An Original, Witty and Spine Chilling Fantasy: Review of ‘Reqium for a Forgotten Path’ by Robert Wingfield

‘Wintergreen’ by Mari Biella; Interview with the protagonist, Cat Armistead

The idlyllic English village below, complete with old fashioned telephone box , is unfortunately the location of a current murder investigation. The dead body of a local businessman, estate agent and wealthy landlord, Hugo Montbray, was recently discovered a local woods. I've bene lucky enough to be able to interview somebody actually staying in the … Continue reading ‘Wintergreen’ by Mari Biella; Interview with the protagonist, Cat Armistead