The legendary Pete Sutton of Bristol Book Blog has posted his review of Fight Like A Girl, along with his thoughts on his progress in the 2016 Discoverability Challenge.
Here’s what he had to say :
“There are stories here that run a gamut of second worlds, near and far futures. There is a collection of superb female characters, often making tough choices. This is a rich and varied anthology….
…I was especially taken by Danie Ware’s near future apocalyptic story, Unnatural History, in which the setting stood out, it would have slotted quite well into a collection of weird fiction, a particular favourite genre. Gaie Sebold’s Fire and Ash takes control of your emotions in a fitting end to the collection. And those tough choices are rarely tougher than in Joanne Hall’s Arrested Development.
Also worthy of note were Turn of A Wheel by Fran Terminiello and Vocho’s Night Out by Julia Knight – neither author I’ve read before and both I’d like to read more from.”
Getting a bit of discoverability going there – yay!
Thanks to Pete for that,and don’t forget that Fight Like A Girl launches TOMORROW at the Hatchet, Frogmore Street, Bristol at 1pm – expect swordfights, debate, signings and free-roaming authors including Danie, Gaie, Julia and Fran – all welcome!