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Science Fiction and Steampunk adventures. This is also the official home of the Solar System's newest and most reluctant amateur detective, Andorra Pett.
"Richard Dee. The master of the truly different." Michelle Medhat
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The Rocks of Aserol gets another four-star review, this time from Marc Townsend at Elevenmedia.org. You can see the full review HERE I like this bit, “Richard Dee has created a world that has everything I have come to expect … Continued
Sam Burns from Circle of Spears Productions has sent me a sample of the audiobook version of The Rocks of Aserol. Wow! I was blown away by this, and if you want to listen to the amazing work that Sam and the … Continued
I popped into Brixham library yesterday and spotted a copy of Ribbonworld on the shelf with the other returned books. That means someone has borrowed it, great news; I hope they liked it. Not only that, my neighbour, Clive Maddison, … Continued
I have another pre-publication review for “The Rocks of Aserol,” and after the 5* last time, I have a 4* to go with it! This one’s from Clabe Polk at http://clabepolkmysteryadve.ipage.com/cpma-book-blog.html The full review is there, there are a couple of mild … Continued
The blog for 1066 Upside Down is now live, check it out at https://1066turnedupsidedown.blogspot.co.uk There’re news items about the project and links to all the individual authors websites and blogs. 597 total views
A cast of nine authors, Helen Hollick, Joanna Barnden, Anna Belfrage, Annie Whitehead, Glynn Holloway, Richard Dee, Carol Mcgrath Eliza Redgold and Alison Morton have collaborated on a book dealing with the “What If’s” of 1066, the year of the … Continued
Here is the second of the Flash Fiction teasers for The Rocks of Aserol. “With the coming of the Rail-Ryde, Aserol has turned from a provincial backwater supporting the nearby naval base into an important source of Norlandian wealth. … Continued
Ribbonworld scores 4* with another book blogger. You can see the full review here, but here is the gist of it, REVIEW: The planet Reevis, was full of interesting characters and magnificently described features. The book starts off with Miles … Continued