Thursday, May 24, 2012

The Stars Are Racking Up for Red Wine and Words

Red Wine and Words has received it's fourth, five star review on Expertly written by a fellow author, this review had me grinning from ear to ear. It does the heart good to read that one writes with 'colourful phrasing and perfect pacing,' and that one creates characters that are 'infinitely believable' in 'gripping and astounding situations.'

I have read some work by the author of the review, Brian Dobbins, and I was truly blown away myself, which, in itself, makes this review all the more special to me.

The review can be found at the link below. Check it out. And while you're over there, take a look at Mr. Dobbins' work. I promise you won't be disappointed.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Useless Information About Me? Why Not?

An old buddy old pal recently asked me to participate in a questionnaire for his movie review blog. Pop on over and take a look, and while you're there, give Kev some love.

In true Emma Ennis style, some of the answers are rather long winded. But I'm a writer. And these are movies. And that's all I have to say on the matter. Good day to you, Sir.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

The End is Here

Finally, the long awaited apocalyptic anthology edited by Suzanne Robb and Adrian Chamberlain, is here. Read the End First is the brainchild of these two brilliant writers and editors, and what a little darling it is too.

Twenty-four authors, twenty-four time zones and twenty-four unique ways in which to end the world. We promise you an apocalypse the likes of which you've never heard of before.

Read the End First contains my story, 'Hammered and Nail.' Set in Norway - GMT+1 - it uses an old, and quite common, disease to bring the world to it's knees.

A fellow author in the anthology, Gregory Norris, gathered together a little background information from the contributors regarding their stories. His post can be found here:

Read the End First