A Quick Roundup of Worldcon 75

The Like Party

  WorldCon’s been and gone and we’re all slowly recovering from the great whirlwind that is this epic convention. This year, WorldCon took place in Helsinki, home of the Wife Carrying Championships, squirrels (the city’s symbol) and Jo’s new favourite submarine. Luckily for you lot, we’ve managed to bully Jo …

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Happy Book Birthday Angela Slatter!

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Today we say a very loud, very enthusiastic, very happy book birthday to Angela Slatter for CORPSELIGHT, the second in the Verity Fassbinder series that began with VIGIL last year! Vigil has been nominated for the Locus Best First Novel Award and gathered huge critical acclaim . . . we …

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What Makes You #WEYRD?

 Last year we published Angela Slatter’s debut novel VIGIL, Book one in the Verity Fassbinder series. Next week we publish its awesome sequel CORPSELIGHT. AND WE ARE EXTREEEEEMELY EXCITED (NB: I re-purposed this gif from last year because I love it. Angela is queen of gif wars so I just wanted …

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Jo Fletcher Books and HWA Signing Party at FantasyCon!

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Hi, folks! With FantasyCon only a couple of weeks away, we are thrilled to announce that Jo Fletcher Books and the Horror Writers Association UK Chapter will be co-hosting a signing party at this year’s FantasyCon in Scarborough! Friday 9pm Palm Court Ballroom FantasyCon Join us for a free drink, many …

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Top Ten Tuesday! Tips for Curing Writer’s Block by Angela Slatter

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Hello all! Today, we have award-winning author and all around awesome person Angela Slatter on the blog. Despite currently being the Established Writer-in-Residence at the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers Centre in Perth, she has taken time out of her busy busy schedule to give us her top 10 tips on beating writers block. …

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Angela Slatter wins the British Fantasy Award

HUGE congratulations to Angela Slatter, whose story ‘The Coffin-Maker’s Daughter’, from A Book of Horros, edited by Stephen Jones, has just won the British Fantasy Award. It was presented at the British Fantasy Convention last weekend. And congratulations from Jo Fletcher Books to all the other winners, and to those …

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