Update: The Independent, Historical Novel Society and more

It’s been a while since I posted here because I’ve been in the writing cave, scribbling away at the next novel. Here’s a quick catch-up. 

The very talented author Tricia Sullivan used the launch of her latest novel, Occupy Me, as an opportunity to promote four new science fiction writers, including yours truly. So generous! I ‘m totally delighted that Tricia interviewed me as part of the research for her recent article in The Independent. The interview appears in full on the Gollancz blog. Great questions! Tricia also interviewed Emma Newman, Karen Lord and Stephanie Saulter.


From SF to historical fiction

And venturing outside the world of science fiction, The Historical Novel Society invited me to take part in a Q&A with Juliet Waldron. How refreshing!

Hot off the (virtual) press

I’m always immensely grateful when a reviewer digs deep into my two novels to make thoughtful and perceptive comments. From Couch To Moon concludes the review:

The feminist elements of Sleeping Embers of the Ordinary Mind are elusively contradictory, so much like life!, making this one of those thinking books—the kind with embers smoldering until a second visit.

Coming up soon

I’m taking part in three events at Eastercon (Mancunicon), which this year is hosted at the Hilton Deansgate in Manchester. I’ll post details on my Events page when confirmed.

And I’m very excited that I’ll be running a blogpost next week as part of my sporadic Conversation series with other writers. Who will it be? Watch this space!

Happy reading, everyone.

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