#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

#Fahrenbruary: Guest Post: Good Luck, Bad Luck, Pig-Headed Rings and Getting a Publishing Deal by Russ Day

For our second #Fahrenbruary weekend, I'm highlighting the work of Russell Day, creator of Doc Slidesmith a quintessentially Fahrenheit character. Today we have the pleasure of his company on the blog.  Needle Song - the first Doc Slidesmith books is available to buy direct here: Paperback     E-Book (E-Pub)     E-Book (Kindle) My review of Needle Song … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary: Guest Post: Good Luck, Bad Luck, Pig-Headed Rings and Getting a Publishing Deal by Russ Day

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Fido The Assistance Dog by Patsy Collins

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) Fido The Assistance Dog by Patsy Collins Patsy has crafted a very clever story with a bit of a twist on the personality of underworld types. Or as they are portrayed in noir stories I should say. The story follows a … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Fido The Assistance Dog by Patsy Collins

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – The Canary Islands Crime Boss by Glenda Young

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) The Canary Islands Crime Boss by Glenda Young Only on my third of fifteen reviews, and I’ve used the word classic a lot so far. I’m not about to stop here. One of the things Noirville delivers is a huge range … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – The Canary Islands Crime Boss by Glenda Young

#Fahrenbruary – A Q&A with Aidan Thorn

  Aidan is the author of two published novellas, one of which – When The Music’s Over – is available from Fahrenheit 13, on the links below: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) They are both fantastic examples of the novella form, with engrossing characters, concise yet detailed language and stories with real bite and emotional … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – A Q&A with Aidan Thorn

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – The Business Card by Jeff C Stevenson

Noirvile is available to buy direct from Fahrenheit here: Paperback     E-Book (ePub)     E-Book (Kindle) The Business Card by Jeff C Stevenson Have you seen Zodiac? If you haven’t then I would recommend that you do, if you have then you’ll know the type of story that Jeff C Stevenson has delivered. A series of murders, … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – The Business Card by Jeff C Stevenson

#Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Assassin’s Day Off by Marc Sorondo

Introduction. Noirville is an anthology of fifteen short stories that were pieced together through a short story competition in late 2017, whist they all fall into this category we do have tales of varying length, with the shortest being only three pages long, they all pack a punch though. There is a huge range of … Continue reading #Fahrenbruary – Review: Noirville from Fahrenheit Press – Assassin’s Day Off by Marc Sorondo