It’s Christmas Eve, so we are just going to remind you what has been covered so far this month.
December 1st – We gave a quick run down of some of the Fox Spirit titles available that we would define as winter reading.
December 2nd – Sarah Daniels gave us short reviews of five beautiful children’s books for Christmas.
December 3rd – Anna Thomas does short reviews of her five favourites by Japanese Writers, read in 2018
December 4th – Adrian Reynolds reviews The Motion of Light in Water
December 5th – We check out Children of Artifice and it’s author Danie Ware as they get the spotlight on a new writing blog.
December 6th – Michelle Fry does five favourites in brief including the Fabulous Juliet McKenna.
December 7th – Penny Jones reviews Priya Sharma’s new collection of horror shorts.
December 8th – Five top December reads in brief from Lynn E. O’Connacht.
December 9th – Penny Jones returns to take a look at Tracy Fahey’s latest collection.
December 10th – Highlights James Bennett, regular skulk member and author of the Ben Garston series.
December 11th – Fave Five Anthologies by Jenny Barber, who has edited some of ours.
December 12th – Carol Goodwin reviews The Enclave by Anne Charnock
December 13th – S. Naomi Scott takes a look at Fox Spirit title Emily Nation by Alec McQuay
December 14th – Carol Goodwin reviews a collection of short Shadow of the Apt tales by the lovely Adrian Tchaikovsky
December 15th – Kim Bannerman reviews Mycophilia: Revelations from the Weird World of Mushrooms, by Eugenia Bone
December 16th – Carol Goodwin reviews Jan Edwards’ Defender, book two of Hive Mind
December 17th – Jenny Barber reviews Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant
December 18th – Review by S. Naomi Scott of Kindred by Octavia Butler
December 19th – Penny Jones looks at Laura Mauro’s Naming the Bones
December 20th – Spotlight on K. Bannerman with Damien Seaman
December 21st – Part one of Penny Jones’ examination of tradition.
December 22nd – Part two of Penny Jones’ examination of traditions
December 23rd – Part three of Penny Jones’ examination of traditions
And on CHRISTMAS DAY we have a fabulous short story by K.A. Laity so pop by and read Soot.
Just a reminder that for every post not written by Aunty Fox, we are donating £5 to http://www.booktrust.org/ to help give some kids a happier new year, so thank you to everyone who took part in this years Christmas Countdown.
We hope those of you visiting the blog found something new to enjoy too.