Mccaw Press are pleased to announce that the latest Christopher South book will be released on Tuesday 10th December. “Where to Find A Warm Bucket and other Tall Tales of a Low Place” is the fourth book about a fictionalised location Grunty Fen. It will proudly bare the McCaw Press logo. More details: https://www.dennisofgruntyfen.co.uk/2019/12/08/mr-south-and-his-warm-bucket/ https://dennisofgruntyfen.co.uk/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=27
Hallowe’en is upon us so that calls for a little piece about witches. I’ll take an extract from Gingerbread Children. By the side of the Bursar’s bed lay the head of her broomstick. The shaft of the broomstick was in the Bursar’s clasped hands, being slammed down repeatedly onto the bed. Generations of concussed mattress […]
The first press review for Carol Carman’s latest, Gingerbread Children, has appeared today! Fortean Times has picked up a copy and published a short review in their SF and Fantasy round-up. The important issue was published 6th December 2018 and you can read the full review here: Fortean Times can be found at www.forteantimes.com
To help some of people who will be coming from afar here are a few clues of how to get to Niche Comics and Books in Huntingdon. Huntingdon is served by fast direct rail from London Kings Cross; from the North you will need to change at Peterborough. It’s about a 10 minute from Huntingdon […]
Yes, it’s a chance to meet Carol Carman and talk to her about her latest book, Gingerbread Children. Discover what inspired to create a world around witchcraft, cats and bakery. Taste the glory of gingerbread whilst Carol signs your book for you! First come first served on the gingerbread. The event : Double book launch […]
We’re very happy that two more readers have given Gingerbread Children five stars on Amazon! Click here to see the full reviews or go to our Reviews Page. We knew this was a wonderful book – and readers are telling us the same! Happy weekend, everybody.
Oh, we’re very excited that another review has come in for Gingerbread Children – this time from someone who confesses they ‘wouldn’t normally pick up a fantasy novel’. But they liked what they read – very much indeed: “From the very start, I was captivated by the descriptive writing. Every little detail of each scene that […]
Yes, it’s true. Gingerbread Children is now available for Kindle devices or the Kindle app. Of course this is only available from Amazon. In the U.K. the price will £4.99.
The first review of Gingerbread Children has appeared on Amazon and the reviewer has given it five stars! Yes the first review is in and we think it can be classed as favourable. Here is an extract: The story is wonderfully written, including the story within the story, and I really enjoyed reading them both, […]