amwriting, Gothic Fiction, Pagham-verse

Thirteenth Theme Tune

With revisions and edits of my novel Thirteenth underway and the novel due to be released this year (keep an eye out for the ARC announcement!) it's time to reveal the theme tune by Gemma Cartmell. It's the same basic tune as The Crows Theme, but it's been given the dance treatment. I asked for… Continue reading Thirteenth Theme Tune

amwriting, Author Interview, Gothic Fiction, Pagham-verse, The Crows, weird fiction

2021 ~ Looking Forwards

Goals So what are your goals for 2021? ...Perhaps that's an unfair question as my main "plan" is to hold all plans lightly. This year mainly taught me that whatever plans we make and take for granted can be undone or thwarted in ways that never occurred to me would be possible, and the frustration… Continue reading 2021 ~ Looking Forwards

amwriting, Author Interview, Event, Gothic Fiction, Pagham-verse, The Crows

Cover Reveal and Q&A with C. M. Rosens

THIRTEENTH COVER Front cover design by Rebecca F. Kenney | wraparound design C. M. Rosens https://videopress.com/v/73KbWJdv?preloadContent=metadata Extract from THIRTEENTH - strong language ~ Q&A: The Crows, Writing, and Me ~ To view the videos for this Q&A with my full answers, check out this YouTube Playlist! It contains all Pagham-on-Sea relevant videos. These questions are… Continue reading Cover Reveal and Q&A with C. M. Rosens

amwriting, Pagham-verse, world building, Writing Prompt

#WriterlyWiPChat: July Q&A Week 4 (and a bit!) Part 2

Days 26-31 #SelfieSunday! Show us some good times! Do you specify when your WiP is set or do you prefer to keep it vague and timeless? The Crows had its own timeline, from April-May (although the year isn't specified, it can be inferred from the dates). The plan is to line up the stories by… Continue reading #WriterlyWiPChat: July Q&A Week 4 (and a bit!) Part 2