"Novel" Blogs & Blog Posts

Genre WenchGenre Wench

Reviews of mystery, fantasy, sci-fi and the occasional horror books

 
Revue BlancheRevue Blanche

creative writing

 
Journal of an Unpublished AuthorJournal of an Unpublished Author

I dream about my comical travelogue, Kangaroo Land, being published. Accent...

 
A Writer's LifeA Writer's Life

a blog where i can post my writing or discuss the process of writing

 


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"The man is a clown. He goes charging around the speaking platform, like that at every rally [...] He's a clown, so what? [...] So people want a giggle or two. Even more, they want to thumb their noses at a political establishment that doesn't seem a...

The Gantry Episode (1968) by June Drummond was published by Victor Gollancz. One of a host of novels published in the late 1960s, which all had LSD being pumped into a local water supply as their major premise, this particular one manages to stay wel...

Originally published in 1969 by Brockhampton Press (UK), and later reissued by White Lion (1974), The Sugar Cube Trap by Madelaine Duke is a short novel set in Brighton, East Sussex. After one of their friends becomes ‘hooked’ on acid and is take...

The rent will be high but it’s not so bad if you don’t pay it. – William Kotzwinkle, The Fan Man      You would think that novelizations would be something way down the list of things a film director would be interested in. Surel...

I don’t drive a car; I don’t own a boat; I don’t use a computer and the only complex device I’m familiar with is a woman – Jerzy Pilch, His Current Woman    Although it’s often frustrating how long we Anglophones have to wait fo...

You may have read my blog back in May 2015 when I wrote a review for author and musician Richard Storry about his cracking new book Cryptic Lines. This blog is a review of his next three books ... yes THREE! He's been a very busy man!I read them...

This is a review of the script of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, read as a novel. I haven't got tickets to see it on stage and I'd have to kill far too many people to even get to stand outside the theatre. I was going to use my Cloak of Invi...