Words From A Bench Project
The most recent news is that there was a new submission task set in late December, which asked for writing with the theme of 'the dead of winter'. This week all those pieces have gone live in the park and I am really happy to say that I have been included again. My piece, Footsteps In The Snow, is available to read online as well as in the park. If you can get to the park please go and hunt for it (its half the fun) but if not you can find all the writing from many talented artists at the Rowntrees Park Wordpress site.
Again huge thanks to Cath and Karen and I hope you'll go check it out.
When I started this site I said that I would be shouting about new writers and letting you know what is out there that I feel you need to read. I've been doing a bit of this with interviews with authors and letting you know what I hear about, but this is the first new book I've read in a while that I really feel I need to tell you to read. Death Benefit, is Adrain P Fayter's first book and it's a great fresh take on the crime fiction novel. The protagonist, Larry Di Palmer, is a investigator for the benefit office who finds himself out of his depth. It's a well paced, gripping story that I think you should check out.
If you regularly read crime fiction you'll love this. It'll have a little less gore and action than you'll be used to, but that is made up by a great story, interesting characters and brilliant dialogue. Take a look at Death Benefit today
Ben Warden - Editor of the #SFFiction project and author of 'Life Without', which made the top ten literary fiction e-books on amazon.