I'm over the moon to say that Bloodchild has received a starred review from Publishers Weekly. Getting one of those stars is a sign an author has done a good job, so naturally I couldn't be happier that Bloodchild gets one to match the one worn by her sister, Darksoul. The review reads as follows: … Continue reading Publishers’ Weekly gives Bloodchild a starred review!
I'm absolutely over the moon by the below review from the Fantasy Hive about Bloodchild, the third book in my Godblind trilogy. It seems that all the points I was trying to hit were, indeed, hit - either that or the reviewer in question, Mike, can somehow see into my brain. I wouldn't actually put … Continue reading BLOODCHILD by Anna Stephens (Book Review) | The Fantasy Hive
Stewart Hotston works in high finance in London, teaches historical sword-fighting with an emphasis on rapier and sidesword, and writes fiction that interrogates the contemporary world through the lens of SF and fantasy. He’s been gracious enough to answer some of my questions, which I’ve been burning to ask since I got to read both … Continue reading Interview with Stewart Hotston – author of Tangle’s Game.
And it's a doozy... I am incredibly lucky to have received a stonkingly good review from genre cult classic Starburst Magazine, who, well, seemed to like it a bit. Read Starburst's review here. And don't forget, the Waterstones launch party is fast approaching - Thursday 15 June, and I'd love to see you all there. … Continue reading Starburst Magazine reviews Godblind
Godblind has received its very first review on Goodreads from someone in possession of an ARC, and I couldn't be happier with what they had to say. I'm super excited, so I'm posting it here in all its glory. Godblind review on Goodreads
I've just finished reading this and have so far been on Goodreads and Amazon to post reviews - that's how good it is. Oddjobs is a comic fantasy set in Birmingham, England, and relates the trials and tribulations of those poor individuals tasked with ensuring the Apocalypse occurs on time, with the minimum amount of … Continue reading Book Review: Oddjobs, by Heide Goody and Iain Grant