#Fahrenbruary – Final Thoughts on a Fantastic Month

I couldn’t see the last day out without posting a few thoughts on what has been a fantastic, if somewhat exhausting month. There is a sense of accomplishment that we’ve managed it. This crazy little idea that Martin (of the Beardy Book Blog) had late last year and casually tweeted out about, I responded to … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Final Thoughts on a Fantastic Month

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Walk Away by Chris Hyatt

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback E-Book (ePub) E-Book (Kindle) Walk Away by Chris Hyatt A career criminal, a complicated family. A wife with a past that comes back to haunt in dramatic style. Violence, bloody violence. Redemption at great personal cost. This one has all the classic elements of noir. … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Walk Away by Chris Hyatt

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – A Real Scorcher by Sarah M Chen

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) A Real Scorcher by Sarah M Chen A tale told in more of the typical short story style than some we have seen recently, I have loved the mix of approaches to story telling over a shorter word count that the … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – A Real Scorcher by Sarah M Chen

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – After The Elephant Ears by Scott Miles

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) After The Elephant Ears by Scott Miles A story about family and regret, the damage that addiction can do. Chelsea is a mother and ex-wife who has struggled with addiction. Its cost her both her husband and her daughter, the crimes … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – After The Elephant Ears by Scott Miles

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Black Moss by David Nolan from Fahrenheit Press

Manc noir as its been christened. Dark, brooding, angry, very angry at times. A real sense of place throughout. A compelling mystery. A social conscience. Available to buy at: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle)  Black Moss is set in my home. Not even my home town, or close by, its set largely in Saddleworth. Uppermill, … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Black Moss by David Nolan from Fahrenheit Press

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – The Shrieking Of Nothing by Joe Guglielmelli

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) The Shrieking Of Nothing by Joe Guglielmelli What could drive a normal man to kill? Not a gangster, a criminal, a hitman, a police officer or someone defending their life or that of their loved ones, or even seeking revenge for … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – The Shrieking Of Nothing by Joe Guglielmelli

#Fahrenbruary – A Q&A with David Nolan

David Nolan is a Manchester native and author of the fantastic Black Moss, a book I am highlighting this weekend for #Fahrenbruary. My review will be posted later today. Alongside providing a great guest post showing some of the real-life locations that inspired Black Moss (you can find that here), David has also kindly agreed … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – A Q&A with David Nolan