#Fahrenbruary – Tony R Cox Guest Post – Rock music: It’s more important than life and death

Today we have a fantastic gues post from Tony R Cox, author of the Simone Jardine novels. Rock music plays a major role in his stories and I asked if he would write a piece talking about that influence. Bieng the gentlemen he is, Tony kindly obliged. I couldn't hand you over though without including … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Tony R Cox Guest Post – Rock music: It’s more important than life and death

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – The Icing On The Cake by Russel Day

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) The Icing On The Cake by Russel Day If you’ve been following #Fahrenbruary all month, you will hopefully have seen our guest post from Russ (here) and my review of his full debut novel Needle Song (here). The Icing On The … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – The Icing On The Cake by Russel Day

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Washed Up by Paul Gadsby

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) Washed Up by Paul Gadsby An interesting story this one, a simple premise when you think about it but not one that is often written about. What happens when gangsters reach retirement age? When the next generation start to come through … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Washed Up by Paul Gadsby

#Fahrenbruary – A guest post from Ariana D Den Bleyker

Today we have a fantastic guest post from Araiana D Den Bleyker, author of Red Hands and Dark Water, both available direct from Fahrenheit. Ariana writes very dark noir novellas for Fahrenheit, gruesome characters in gruesome situations. They are a superb demonstration of what can be achieved in novella form. The books are available to … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – A guest post from Ariana D Den Bleyker

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Red Hands by Ariana D Den Bleyker from Fahrenheit 13

Short, sharp, brutal, bloody, uncompromisingly dark noir storytelling. If you can handle it, you’ll love it, not for the faint of heart though. Available to buy at: Paperback     E-Book (E-Pub)     E-Book (Kindle) Cosy crime, this is not. Be warned up front, Red Hands is a pitch black descent into madness. This isn’t easy reading, … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Red Hands by Ariana D Den Bleyker from Fahrenheit 13

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Justin’s Room by Jen Delozier

  Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) Justin’s Room by Jen Delozier Justin’s Room is a difficult one to review, I’ve been simultaneously looking forward to and dreading trying to put across the impact of this story and how much it achieves in a very short space … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Justin’s Room by Jen Delozier

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Needle Song by Russell Day from Fahrenheit Press

Simultaneously traditional and groundbreaking. A story populated by flawed and interesting people. Plus bikes. Lots of bikes. Available to buy at: Paperback     E-Book (E-Pub)     E-Book (Kindle) Russ Day came to the attention of Fahrenheit through their 2017 short story competition that ultimately led to the Noirville anthology. Russ was the overall winner and his story … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Needle Song by Russell Day from Fahrenheit Press