Fantasy & Gothic Blog
In the second of our Q&As with our May authors, we have Glenn Rolfe, author of Until Summer Comes Around. He discusses what he thinks makes a good horror story, which horror author has had the biggest influence on his writing and what scares him the most! Be sure to check in tomorrow for more writing inspiration!
In the first of this month's Q&As with our May authors, we have Brian Moreland, author of Tomb of Gods. He discusses some of the themes in the novel, who he based his characters on and advice for new writers! Be sure to check in tomorrow for more writing inspiration!
We have three great new titles coming out in May, so we wanted to talk about them! These include a new horror from Glenn Rolfe called 'Until Summer Comes Around', Brian Moreland's 'Tomb of Gods' and a new to Flame Tree sci-fi classic title called 'City Among Stars', by world-renowned French scientist, geologist, and archaeologist Francis Carsac. Find out more here!
Lastly for this month's Q&As with our April authors, we have Ramsey Campbell with The Wise Friend. He discusses what influenced his writing of the novel, some of the characters in the book and why horror is his genre of choice! Be sure to check in tomorrow for our next Flame Tree titles.
Next up for this month's Q&As with our April authors, we have Eric Lewis, author of The Heron Kings. He discusses what he enjoyed the most about writing the novel, some of the themes in the book and advice for new writers! Be sure to check in tomorrow for more writing inspiration!
In the first of this month's Q&As with our April authors, we have Marc E. Fitch, author of Boy in the Box. He discusses some of the themes in the novel, who he based his characters on and advice for new writers! Be sure to check in tomorrow for more writing inspiration!
In Part I of this Q&A, which can be found here, authors from the Detective Thrillers anthology shed light on the inspiration behind their stories in the book. Now, they tell us about their own favourites from the genre, as well as the methods they use to bring their fiction to the page. Alongside the contemporary authors, this new collection features works by classic authors such as John Buchan, Mignon G. Eberhart and Arthur Conan Doyle. From Father Brown and the inimitable Sherlock Holmes all the way to hardboiled PIs like Race Williams and Violet McDade, there’s no end of fascinating leading figures to follow in these breathless tales of intrigue and adventure!
Published alongside our latest anthology A Dying Planet, Detective Thrillers similarly offers an exciting mix of new and classic short stories. Rife with enigmatic detectives, dark alley chases, and secret operations, this collection promises an edge-of-your-seat journey from a host of modern authors to greats such as Arthur Conan Doyle and writers from the Black Mask magazine era. See below for a taste of its contents, as contemporary authors tell us the stories behind their contributions to the book…
If you’re searching for reading and writing inspiration during these strange times, then look no further. Authors from our new anthology, A Dying Planet, took part in a Q&A which last week revealed some of the inspirations behind their stories in the book. In this second part of the Q&A you’ll now find some fantastic reading recommendations, as well as an insight into the writing process for any budding authors out there. A Dying Planet – out now in the UK and released this month in the US – contains an exciting mix of modern and classic fiction on a thought-provoking and relevant theme.