Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Dannye Williamsen

Making a break for quality writing

Dannye Williamsen, author and founder of the Breakthrough Bookstore, tells Mark Cantrell why she has chosen to redesign and re-launch the site with a focus on quality Indie authors

Monday, 27 June 2011

To Hell


Hell is where the heart is

The Devil's Lair is far too gruesome to be painted in mere gore, so don't expect 'torture porn' in this intelligently crafted fantasy, writes Mark Cantrell

Sunday, 26 June 2011

Divided Nation

Re-building the pyramid that inters social justice

Society’s social-structure was once said to have become diamond shaped, as most of us clustered in the so-called middle class, writes Mark Cantrell, but now it seems the traditional pyramid-form of class and wealth is making a come back – that’s if it ever truly went away

Sunday, 19 June 2011

Nice Jam

What's to do in Bradford?



Category: GUEST

Saturday, 18 June 2011

Tad Williams

Timeless fantasy eschews myth for Medieval real

Mark Cantrell re-visits a gargantuan tome that takes fantasy out of Tolkien's 'Heroic' age and propels into the rugged realism of medievalism

Friday, 17 June 2011

Breached Horizons

When Inspiration Takes Hold

A Kind Of Prose Poem
By Mark Cantrell


THE words are out there somewhere: they hide like sinister malignancies in the shades of the mind. Lurking, until the moment comes to strike.

Thursday, 2 June 2011

Citizen Zero Reviewed

Read the review on Inspired Quill

“Ever since George Orwell penned 1984, since Aldous Huxley gave us Brave New World, dystopian future sci-fi has been a staple in the English-speaking world. But how do you follow up such literary classics without resulting in a hashed up mishmash of the two? Surely it would take a feat of unparalleled genius to put something new on the plate.” READ THE REVIEW


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