The haunt – with Michelle Paver

The haunt – with Michelle Paver

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSIt’s easy to see why haunted houses are frightening – most of us live in a house and share a terror of what might happen if some unpleasant force took up residence there alongside us. Similarly, folk horror that is...
Five questions with J. M. Alvey

Five questions with J. M. Alvey

To support the incredible Books on the Hill kickstarter “Open Dyslexia: The Sequel” that launched on 7th June, we’re delighted to host historical crime writer J.M. Alvey on the BtGS blog. You may know J.M better as Juliet E. Mckenna. You’ve written...
Women write YA?

Women write YA?

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSHave you ever wandered into a bookstore and found yourself baffled by the shelving of some books? Have you ever read a review that labeled a book written for adults as YA only to bemoan the amount of adult content?...
Curses and consent – with Heather Walter

Curses and consent – with Heather Walter

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSFairy tales are both timeless and personal. We see their themes and motifs repeated in stories spanning centuries.But while the characters and scenarios might be familiar, the morals change over time. The story’s...