Review of Jo Brandon’s ‘The Learned Goose’ by Oluwaseun Lynette Awojobi

Brandon’s collection of poetry is exquisitely written as it confidently associates itself with a variety of myths, historical and modern day events that explore women and their bodies. Playful, sensual, and insightful, Brandon gives a sensitive and eye-opening perspective on the feminine struggles and leaves vivid imagery of the strongest human emotions; hope and fear….

Review of Calum Kerr’s ‘Apocalypse’ by Katie Sandifer

Now, I love a good disaster book just as much as I love writing. Who doesn’t love seeing human’s continuing to thrive when the world is literally trying to kill them? I went into this collection of flash-fiction with high expectations. All of which were thrown to the gutter by the end. When I think…

Review of Sally Green’s ‘Half Bad’ by Sam Hardy

Half Bad by Sally Green Reviewed by Sam Hardy The London Book Fair was a few weeks ago and one of the authors, Sally Green, stood out to me the most. I knew of her work because it was horror and fantasy, both of which I love, so when the opportunity to review Half Bad…