The Reading Lists: Alison Littlewood

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The Reading Lists did a truly excellent interview with our favourite Victorian-gothic author and have kindly allowed us to repost it here. Take a gander for some stellar book recommendations and a sneak peek into the wonderful world of Alison Littlewood. You can find The Reading lists on Twitter, Facebook …

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Guest Post: In Stephen King’s Footsteps

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In which horror writer par excellence Mats Strandberg(author of upcoming chiller Blood Cruise) takes a trip to Stephen King’s hometown and discusses the ways in which horror is the perfect genre to write about class. Originally published on Aftonbladet.   We are standing on the corner of Jackson and Union Streets, staring at a …

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Shattermoon by Dominic Dulley: Blurb and Cover Reveal

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DUH DUH. Duh-duh-duh DUH DUH. Duh-duh-duh DUH DUH. Duh-duh-duh-duh. In case you couldn’t tell, that was meant to be the Star Wars theme tune. And why? Because the next JFB book I am incredibly privileged to announce is the epic space opera Shattermoon by talented debut author Dominic Dulley. Like Hustle? Like Firefly? Always wished you could  read something …

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The Little Folk on Screen

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Alison Littlewood, our resident expert in all things otherworldly and author of the very recently released The Crow Garden, has very rudely taken over the JFB blog today – the cheek of it! – to give us her favourite interpretations of the little folk, or fairies, on screen. As you can tell, …

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Happy Publication Day Alison Littlewood!

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Today we’re wishing Alison Littlewood a very happy publication day for her stunning The Crow Garden, a Victorian psychological chiller set in a Yorkshire madhouse. At the same time, we’re welcoming the paperback version of The Hidden People onto bookshelves – so you lucky people have PLENTY of autumn reading ahead of you, and just in time …

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September Friday Favourites – Robots and Fairytales

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It’s Friday, my favourite of all the weekdays, and not just because this particular Friday will see the JFB team jetting (okay, maybe not quite…) off to FantasyCon for an epic weekend filled with panels, authors and our favourite thing in the world: books! So let’s kick the weekend off …

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