Monthly Archives: October 2017

Fantasycon by the Cathedral, Peterborough 2017 – A Review by Terry Jackman

Peterborough. A slightly puzzling location at first sight, a mix of some rather ‘mean streets’, a very pretty shopping arcade opposite the hotel – which hosted the art exhibition – and a beautiful Medieval cathedral area beyond. Where the prettiest … Continue reading

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It’s the Best Novel I’ve Ever Written by Gus Smith

I recently came across my very first novel, buried away in the bottom of a drawer, 179 pages of badly-typed foolscap. It’s called And We Shall be Changed, and the page after the title page carries a quote from Ovid’s … Continue reading

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Things I Didn’t Know When I Started to Write a Trilogy – by Jacey Bedford

Nimbus, the third book in my Psi-Tech trilogy is out today. Let me say that again because I only have twenty four hours to keep repeating is and it’s one of those phrases that doesn’t get old. Nimbus, the third … Continue reading

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