A second outing for T.S Hunter’s Soho Noir series, the return of Joe and Russell. Expanding on the universe and continuing to highlight LGBT issues, Hunter’s excellent writing underpins a fast paced and gripping installment. Available to buy direct at: Red Dog Press E-Books available for Kindle Picking up only a few months after the … Continue reading #IndieCrimeCrawl – Review: Who’s That Girl by T.S. Hunter from Red Dog Press
Today marks the start of Indie Crime Crawl week, an initiative to support and promote indie crime publishing. When the wonderful Jo Perry first voiced the idea a few months ago, it was a no brainer as far as I was concerned to be getting involved. This is exactly my kind of thing. Supporting indies, … Continue reading #IndieCrimeCrawl – What is Indie?
Engrossing, deeply personal and at times funny testimony from a compelling point of view. An important addition to the growing cannon of modern LGBT+ history. Available to buy in E-Book direct from unbound. Paperback is available from your bookseller of choice. I better get this bit out of the way up front. I do have … Continue reading Review: This Queer Angel by Elaine M Chambers from Unbound
Today is the final day of #Fahrenbruary and we’re really fortunate to have Chris McVeigh, founding father of Fahrenheit, answering some questions to round out what has been a spectacular month. So lets start with the really rather obvious question, how did Fahrenheit come about? Fahrenheit was basically an intervention mounted by my friends. I … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – A Q&A with Mr Fahrenheit, Chris McVeigh