The release date for Beyond Falcon’s Reach is nearly here! To further whet your appetite, here’s a first-look at the cover for this fantasy-epic: Premise: The story… Read more “Cover Release for “Beyond Falcons Reach” by Jay Northearn!”
Nuff Said welcomes new fantasy writer, Alan L. Corbett. Corbett was born in Birmingham England in 1943. His family, like so many others at the time, were poor. However,… Read more “New Author: Alan L. Corbett!”
Today marks the launch of Loving in Heaven and Earth, book 3 in the Heaven and Earth Series. Premise: Born deaf, with the power to control… Read more “New Release from E.A. Comiskey!”
The Nuff Said team is happy to welcome Kathryn Wells, YA writer extraordinaire!
She hails from the UK, and is a writer of fantasy, children’s fiction, short stories and poetry.
As a child, she found her passion for the written word, and even though she had many other interests growing up, writing was always the one she would return to. Her stories are often laugh out loud funny, with plenty of magic and as many whimsical touches as possible, but if you look closely, darkness often lurks between the lines…
Her favourite authors are Diana Wynne Jones, Suzanne Collins, Jonathan Stroud, Neil Gaiman, Garth Nix, Cornelia Funke and David Eddings, to name but a few.
Her novel, The Origin Stone, is set to come out in March of 2019.
Emily Renzi thinks she’s going crazy. After her parents move to a quiet village, she senses that something is off about the house they’re living in. Dreams of strange creatures invade her sleep, and mysterious shapes appear in the garden. Confiding in her older brother, Ru, they research the house’s background and find that a scientist disappeared there during World War Two. Afterwards, sightings of strange creatures were whispered around the village. Could the creatures in Emily’s dreams and the ones rumored about be the same? And if so, what do they want from her? As she struggles to piece together the truth from the fiction, she finds out that beasts aren’t always monsters – humans, however, are a different matter.
Check this space for more information on the cover and pre-order links!
This last week, the Nuff Said team welcomed Jay Northearn. He hails from the UK, and has a degree in English and Arts. His writing has been… Read more “New Fantasy Author, Jay Northearn!”
On June 30th, Book Two in the Heaven and Earth series will be available on Amazon.
Comiskey is an award-winning writer, and Dwelling in Heaven and Earth is her second novel. Pre-order here!
In the name of safety, the elders have shut out the outside world and demanded a culture of strict conformity. Shifrah’s differences create a mental prison from which she cannot escape–until Donovan rides into town.
The Blood Drinker, Donovan, son of the ancient Prophetess, has come to warn that the demon queen has rallied her army to attack the city. He implores them to disperse across the land, trusting in That Which Is to protect them. The city’s leaders remain adamant that safety is found in the fortress they have built, but, as tensions rise, Shifrah uncovers the gruesome truth of their secret attempts to appease the Bloodless.
Donovan decides to change Shifrah into a Blood Drinker. Combined with her Gifts, she’ll be as powerful as the gods, but she can’t save her people until she learns to overcome her own dark appetites by embracing her dark nature.
The second installment of the Heaven and Earth series is coming from Nuff Said in late summer. Read more about it and author E.A. Comiskey on G.K.… Read more “Interview/Cover Reveal for Dwelling in Heaven and Earth by E.A. Comiskey”
The editors would like to proudly announce Rod Martinez, author of Chasing Butterflies, as a 2017 Scholastic Winner of the Jerry Spinelli Scholarship. Martinez was chosen among… Read more “Rod Martinez won a 2017 ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCY SCHOLARSHIP”
We’re excited to work with writer R. Malak on his speculative novel, The Beginning. Premise: The Beginning is a mixture of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, and survival. Set in… Read more “New Writer, Rashed Abdelmalak”