As I type this, I’m just a tiny bit worn out from cramming to finish off my to-do list for the month. I freely admit that I left a few things until the last minute. Oh well – I’m on top of things now, I think.
The big news this month is the unveiling of my novel The Omega Factor: Divinity, based on the classic 1970s TV series of psychic forces and occult investigation, which’ll be released in July as an audiobook read by Louise Jameson. I hope to be talking a bit more about that project very soon.
Other than that, I’ve been getting stuck into my awards-reading for 2020. If you’ve been following this blog you’ll have been seeing my Splatterpunk Awards reviews – and allow me to apologise for that if uninhibited blood-and-guts isn’t your idea of a good afternoon’s reading. Meanwhile, my coverage of the Hugo Awards will be starting at Women Write About Comics not too far in the future.
Articles published elsewhere this month:
- Night of the Seagulls review
- Our Darkest Dreams Described: Horror Fiction in the Twentieth Century by Jess Nevins
- Astounding Histories, February 1930: Heroes and Villains
- Remembering Charlee Jacob: Monsters of the Psyche
- The Fighting First Lady: Red Sonja in the 1970s (WWAC Patreon exclusive)
Article topics for June and beyond: