It’s Father’s Day here in the UK! I’m very lucky in that I have a really good relationship with my… Read more 3 of my favourite SFF father figures
Wyrd & Wonder is a month-long celebration of the fantastic hosted by imyril @ There’s Always Room for One More,… Read more #wyrdandwonder | Why do we love Victorian era fantasy?
Considering Game of Thrones is a fantasy story, it’s pretty light on the fantasy: magic isn’t as important as politics,… Read more #wyrdandwonder 2019 | Who inspired the women of #GameofThrones?
Wyrd & Wonder is a month-long celebration of the fantastic hosted by imyril @ There’s Always Room for One More,… Read more #wyrdandwonder 2019 | How Trail of Lightning revitalises First Nations horror
Today I’m in the mood to get SALTY, so I’m going to discuss my ‘unpopular’ SFF opinions (I’m not really… Read more My unpopular SFF opinions a.k.a Jess gets salty
Tomorrow (4th March) the longlist for the Women’s Prize for Fiction will be announced! I love following the Women’s Prize… Read more My Women’s Prize for Fiction longlist predictions!
I love taking part in the Booktube SFF Awards each year – I encourage you to join in if you’re… Read more Should we call authors “trash” after one mistake?
I recently finished Justina Ireland’s Dread Nation and really enjoyed it, and I had a feeling I’d end up loving… Read more Do I secretly love Westerns?
I don’t like reading Romance. Mills & Boon books aren’t even proper books. Besides I’m a feminist, so I have… Read more In which I read Romance and get over myself
I’ve had a bit of an up-and-down history with audiobooks. As a child I listened to them often; I loved… Read more Do audiobooks ‘count’ as reading?