Friday, 31 October 2008


12 hours to go on authonomy before the top five are culled for spanking by a Harper Collins editor...

And if you haven't read Space yet, then please feel free to do so now, before it's too late!

You can read Space on authonomy by clicking on this handy, easy to use hyperlink. And if the book makes you laugh and looks like something you'd buy and read, then you can 'Bookshelf' it and vote for it to stay in the top five books to be 'cherry-picked' for review by Harper Collins' editors at midnight tonight. Believe me, your vote counts right now!

Incidentally, there's a load of other fiction by new writers in the UK, US, Europe and Australia up there, so have a poke around too and see what takes your fancy!

Try Stalking the Widowmaker by Greg Horbay for instance, or MM Bennets' epic 1812. MM Trevalean's Tartare is certainly an interesting, if unsettling read and then there's Dan Holloway's Songs from the other side of the wall, a work of literary genius. Also try Peter Booth's Their Name is Legion or Lauri Shaw's wicked Servicing the Pole! And last, but by no means least, Peter Morin's Diary of a Small Fish or Simon Betterton's Doubts.

Yes, I lied. That last post wasn't the last post. But this post is - honest! :)


Lauri Shaw said...
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alexander... said...

Sorry, I had to remove it - Lauri left her email address in full and so I saved her from the inevitable torrent of spam!

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