Thinking of using the beta review process for your book? Here’s what you can expect.
Author Archives: Alexis Chateau
I’m Willie, I’m a Scotsman, and I Like Horror Fiction.
Originally posted on WILLIAM MEIKLE:
I’m Willie, I’m a Scotsman, and I like horror fiction. A lot of my work, long and short form, has been set in Scotland, and a lot of it uses the history and folklore. There’s just something about the misty landscapes and old buildings that speaks straight to my soul.…
Book Review: Skin of the Wolf by Sam Cabot
Starting 2018 off with a 5-star read!
Red lipstick is telling.
5 Tough Life Lessons from The Eye-Dancers by Michael Fedison
We’ll try not to give too much away!
Book Bears, and Reading Aloud
Originally posted on A Teacher's Reflections:
My library reading group is Book Bears. We read a book each month, and I host the discussion. These are mostly second graders, eager to read. We have a full and lively house, until… Let me back up. Many things have happened. When Book Bears first met in…
Happy Hogmanay – guest post – author Helen Fairfax
Originally posted on New Romantics Press:
I hope you will all be staying up until past midnight to welcome in the new year. In our house my husband Dave leaves by the front door well before the first stroke of midnight carrying a a silver coin, bread, salt, coal, evergreen, and a wee dram, which…
Book Review: Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Carmilla is now my absolute favourite story of all time.
Book Review: Harry Potter 1 – 7
Alex’s thoughts after re-reading Harry Potter as an adult.
Psychologies Magazine: Novel-Writing Competition
Originally posted on Blog About Writing :
The latest issue of Psychologies magazine has a novel writing competition for UK residents, aged over 18, with a £5000 e-book publishing deal – and possibly representation too, by literary agents David Higham Associates– up for grabs, IF (and it’s a big IF) you have a previously-unpublished psychological thriller…