Tag Archives: poetry

BS alert! Amazon currently allows 7 days to return ebooks – and that MUST change. A petition you need to sign…

As you can read below, Amazon’s current return policy for e-books allows the buyer seven days to return any purchases. Seven days – more than enough time to read the longest of novels. This, of course, opens the door for … Continue reading

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Today we’re #bringingbacktheglosa

It’s here! Our two new book launches are available in paperback from amazon.com and amazon.co.uk; in Kindle Stores worldwide and on Smashwords. It’s all part of a scheme to revitalize a form of poetry that entranced early Renaissance European courts… … Continue reading

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Sneek peek of 2013 release: Dead to Rights: a circularity of glosas

Here’s what I believe is called a cover reveal. I feel the term implies there should be some fancy webpage scripting that slides away a covering silk sheet accompanied by a drum roll. Well, I don’t know how to do … Continue reading

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Teasers… Dead Edit Redo/ Dead to Rights

A couple of days ago I wrote about our forthcoming duo of horror, poetry and good medicine: Dead to Rights and Dead Edit Redo. Here’s a little more to whet your appetite with a blurb for the novella: Dead Edit Redo … Continue reading

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A Circularity of Glosas

What is a glosa and why should you care? Glosas are a form of poetry that’s seeing something of a revival at the moment, particularly in Canada, and in no small part due to poet P.K. Page. James Harbeck recently … Continue reading

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Gill Shutt is featured on Book Blather

Out from London and all the way to Wales. Gill is interviewed by Book Blather here.        Images: ‘On the Edge’ © Ruth Cinigalia – Fotolia.com ; ‘City of Khar’ © Angela Harburn – Shutterstock; ‘The Legends of Light’ © … Continue reading

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FantasyCon Giveaway#2 : The Legends of Light

Our second FantasyCon paperback giveaway is for our YA high fantasy saga written in verse: The Legends of Light by Gill Shutt. ‘Beowulf meets The Lord of the Rings,’ is how one reviewer described it, and who am I to disagree? … Continue reading

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Win a paperback copy of The Legends of Light over at Goodreads.

We’ve listed a giveaway of The Legends of Light paperback over at Goodreads.com, which runs until July 9th for US and UK readers giveaway details » The Legends of Light by Gill Shutt Classic YA high fantasy: tales of magic, romance, … Continue reading

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COMPETITION (closed): Win a paperback copy of “The Legends of Light”

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED, BUT COME BACK SOON AS WE’LL BE DOING PLENTY MORE COMPETITIONS. A couple of weeks ago, we gave away some copies of the new paperback edition of The Mill. That was fun, so we’ll do … Continue reading

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Out today! More poetry from Elaine Stirling

The poem is available to read here on this website. You can read it for free, or download an eBook version, which was published on Smashwords on the same day. When Elaine submitted her poem, Percy and Me ‘neath the Yum … Continue reading

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