Small is off nursery school for the next two weeks, so I'm taking a blogging break for the rest of August. But don't go too far! I'll be back in September with more interviews and a brand new review series as well. Plus I should be able to share more news with you about my next book, Goldenfire.
Enjoy the last days of summer!
Welcome to Barren Island Books, the author interview series that’s in no way related to a popular music-based radio programme. You know the rules by now: my guests are exiled to a remote island with only five books for company, selected from the categories I give them. It’s up to them to make sure they choose wisely, because they’re going to be stuck with those books for a long, long time …
My interviewee this week is Stephen Moore, author of Graynelore - out today from Harper Voyager! When he’s not being banished to a desert island, Stephen can be found at stephenmoorefantasyauthor.wordpress.com.
Today I'm pleased to present a guest post from Auston Habershaw, whose fantasy novel The Oldest Trick is out today. Over to you, Auston!
The first chapter of Darkhaven is now available to read online! You can read it right here on my website or, if you prefer, over on Goodreads.
And don't forget, the book is on sale until Sunday!
The short: Something is happening! Win stuff! Buy book bargains!
The long: As the one canine and three human readers of this blog already know, my fantasy novel Darkhaven was released a month ago by Harper Voyager UK as part of their new digital-first programme. It was picked up, along with 14 others, as part of a two-week open door period back in 2012. And now, to celebrate, Voyager are running a week-long spotlight on their digital-first authors called #VirtualVoyager.