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The Clean Reader: ‘Bottom’ does not mean ‘penis’, and re-writing an author’s work is not okay.

Censorship as a concept is troublesome to me. Now, I support whole-heartedly warning viewers about the content of a book, TV show or movie which might make the content of said media unsuitable for younger viewers, or those who might get offended. 739 more words

Review of Kindle EBOOK Rider - Book 1 of The Art of Forgetting series by Joanne Hall

I’ve seen Joanne Hall around at various Fantasycons, but met her properly for the first time this year at Bristolcon. She is a lovely person with a keen sense of humour and a warm personality – which doesn’t necessarily mean that she can write… But when I sampled the book on Amazon, I immediately downloaded the rest of it, as I was hooked by the beginning. 509 more words

Book Review

Guest Writer: Jessica Rydill

Fantasy author and editor Jan Edwards has very kindly given me a guest slot on her blog:

Guest Writer: Jessica Rydill.

And not just me! 37 more words

Fantasy

Feeling Social

This month has been a blast: we started the ball rolling on the SFSF Social, and I put my bum in the chair, donned the Writing Mittens, and started carving Project:TFL into shape. 122 more words

The Business

Guest Writer: Joanne Hall

Joanne Hall
Bristolian author Joanne Hall has chaired many BristolCons, Bristol’s premier science fiction and fantasy convention, and also runs the Bristol Fantasy and SF Society Facebook group. 1,415 more words

Fantasy And Horror Fiction

Would you like a competition?

Of course you would. Luckily, the rather wonderful Joanne Hall has just the ticket for you right here.

Follow the simple instructions, and you have a chance to win a paperback of your choice from any in the… 45 more words

Announcements

BristolCon and other loveliness

BristolCon can be summed up in four words. Ten buckets of awesome. It was so much fun.  Joanne Hall did an amazing job as Chair (as she has done since it started) I was really nervous going on my own because usually I go with hubster or Nakama. 1,500 more words

Sophie E Tallis reblogged this on Sophie E Tallis and commented:

Another great blog post about BristolCon (I really will shift my arse and write my own tomorrow!). This time, it's awesome fantasy writer and fellow Grimboldian, Robyn Jane Fulton aka, the awesome Ellen Croshain! Enjoy! :D xx