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The Cyberbardos by Phillipe de Vosjoli follows on from his metaphysical novel I AM the Other and is as unusual, irreverent and thought-provoking as its predecessor. The ideas and vision in this highly intelligent book flash with brilliance, humour, and philosophical and psychological insight. The transgressive nature of the book—religion in bed with sex and violence—makes it not [...]

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The London Project is a well-structured futuristic who-done-it novel about a woman police detective on the tail of the killer of a fourteen year old girl who was badly tortured before her death. It’s set in a time when London has a sophisticated web system—a kind of natural extension of the present world wide web—run [...]

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It's time for the eleventh and final installment of the AIA Vlogs! This week we find out what decadent snacks the Authors like to munch upon while writing. If you've missed any in the series you can find the complete playlist here A couple of weeks ago I conducted a series of Skype interviews with eight Awesome [...]

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For this post I asked our authors whether they had pets in their writing. Here's what some of them said: Twitchet is the talking cat in my Diamond Peak series. He's very intelligent, terribly cute but  rather abrasive in manner and can sometimes be quite feral. Other times, he's actually quite wise, in such a [...]

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The Commons: Book 1: The Journeyman by Michael Alan Peck has been awarded the AIA Seal of Excellence in Fiction.   “Paul Reid died in the snow at seventeen. The day of his death, he told a lie—and for the rest of his life, he wondered if that was what killed him.” And so begins the battle for the afterlife, [...]