Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Final Cut by Jasper Bark

I was quite excited to start this book and then when I did start it, I hated it. It wasn’t what I expected it to be at all and absolutely loathed the characters. There was nothing I liked but then … Continue reading

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Family Man by Andrew Lennon, Narrated by Robert P Jellison

  Family Man is a short story of murder which broaches the subject of extreme, momentary violence. We’ve heard many times in the news that someone has snapped and murdered someone in a sudden rage and say they can’t remember. … Continue reading

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Hexad by Matt Hickman and Andrew Lennon

I attended a release party on Facebook for Matt Hickman and managed to win myself a signed copy of Hexad. The book comprises of six short stories, three per author. These were the first stories which these authors wrote, and … Continue reading

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Interview with Paul Southern – Author of Daddy Dearest

Following an induced labour some time in the 1960s (due date: Halloween night), I had my subscription to a normal life revoked by itinerant parents, who moved from city to city. Lived in Liverpool, Belfast, London and Leeds, then escaped … Continue reading

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