Big love coming our way, not least for Satan's Sorority, with great reviews like this one, and this one from Darren Sant. Speaking of which, Mr Sant has been recording a whole bunch of classic contemporary crime, including Satan's and A Killing Kiss, and short stories by B.R. Stateham, Aidan Thorn and more. You know why he does this? Because a) he's a top, top bloke with impeccable taste who does tonnes to support the crime community. And b) because with a voice like his, it's his duty to share.
More love for The Mistake at Kiwi Crime and A Killing Kiss from William E. Wallace, while Dread: The Art of Serial Killing will feature in the forthcoming Crime Factory. And long time NTP supporter Nigel Bird features several of our books in his reviews of the year, both UK and overseas editions. Also, Aidan Thorn reviews the year over at elementaryvwatson, with writing projects past, present and future. Very Dickens, and very exciting with what he has lined up for next year.
And of course the great reviews keep coming for our newest, Kill Me Quick! including from noir master Richard Godwin. Keep up with them all on our dedicated KMQ! page.
Speaking of Mr Brazill, he was interviewed on S.W. Lauden's site, while Graham Wynd guest blogged over at Paul's gaff. While you're there, check out Paul's publication news which includes the much anticipated follow up to cult classic Guns of Brixton.
And as we approach the festive season, remember to have your favoured e-reader device stocked up with short, sharp crime novellas in order to maximize those precious moments of down time. Try here (USA) or here (UK) for some ideas on the sort of thing you need.
PHEW! That's a lot of stuff going on. It's been a hell of a year, and the last bit of news before 2016 is that the NTP Xmas party will be held on the 23rd. If you'd like to e-join in, it's easy. Stand in a corner, with a bottle of Christmas scotch (Whyte & McKay with a bit of plastic holly bluetacked on the side) while listening to the neighbours play Fairytale of New York over and over and over. Make sure to join in on the sweary bits. Job done.
And that's it until our final release, the 13th of 13, coming up fast in January. Until then, Merry Christmas to all, and to all a goodnight.