Saturday, 23 July 2011

The Unwashed Dead

The dead are coming home in this dark tale of the ‘great unwashed’

Scream? I nearly went to Bradford. Mark Cantrell finds there’s an eerie air of the familiar to Ian Woodhead’s The Unwashed Dead, an enjoyable zombie horror that transports him back to the city he once called home…

Sunday, 17 July 2011

Well Flash

Short, sweet, and totally inspired

A Flash of Inspiration
A collection of incredibly short stories
Edited by Helmy Kusuma

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Special Offer

Sizzling deals in Smashwords’ Summer Sale

THERE’S a smashing cut-price deal on my fiction titles throughout July in the Smashwords Summer/Winter Sale 2011 – and as an added bonus my poetry collection is available for free.

Monday, 4 July 2011

A Hari Ordeal

The Cautionary Tale of Johann Hari

Be careful what you write; be careful how you write. If anything, the sorry saga of Johann Hari, the Independent journalist accused of plagiarism, provides a cautionary note to those of us who like to attempt a certain literary flair with our journalism.

By Mark Cantrell

Sunday, 3 July 2011

In Pontefract

Yorkshire author shares his words

TALK about a captive audience, but by all accounts the residents of a supported living scheme in Pontefract enjoyed the attention, when a local writers’ group chose the place for a launch event for its latest book.


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