A dystopia in which women are limited to speaking 100 words a day
A bittersweet contemplation of loneliness
The earth slows its rotation and quiet chaos ensues.
An over-zealous millennial gets a job at a glitzy tech company and becomes a corporate drone.
There really is somewhere for everyone.
Setting a gothic novel around people-shaped flat, wooden paintings is going to work very well or not at all.
Give me a dystopian survival journey OR a workplace centred coming of age tale. Not both.
Hill House is no place for the living
London, November 2018 Overview Living in the Blackwood family home with her older sister Constance and her Uncle Julian, Katherine … More
‘Most of the time I was on the side of the optimistic caterpillar; but in my gloomiest moments I would thing, So what if I turn into a butterfly? Butterflies die too.’
A thriller that ticks all the boxes.
London, July 2018 Overview Grace Marks, a real woman hanged for murder in 1800s, is visited by Dr Jordan who, … More