The Invisible Library combines storylines I love: alternate Earths, steampunk, and libraries. That it is well-written comes as a pleasant surprise, as usually the stone soup approach to writing fiction results in indigestion from too much grit and too little real flavour. This is really tasty!
Her bio from the back of this novel is . . . → Read More: Genevieve Cogman: The Invisible Library
And a little bit of that.
Let’s start off with a local band — local in northwest England, that is. We have a new release from Bill Malkin and The Band Wagon, Those Glory Days.
Next we have a book by Stan Nicholls and Joe Flood that falls just short of being a . . . → Read More: Little Bit of This. . . .
The idea for an Australian Fairport Convention fanzine started in the far off days of 1985. There were quite a few ‘zines around then, lovingly put together on manual typewriters, utilising actual “cut and paste” techniques that involved scissors and glue. Hard copies of Fiddlestix were put together in this way and posted around the . . . → Read More: Fiddlestix