Showing posts from June, 2015

King Arthur's daughter gives a rare interview

That famous red-haired recluse, Rhianna Pendragon - daughter of King Arthur and heiress of Camelot, speaks to Olga Godim about her childhood on the enchanted isle of Avalon, her work as a Warrior Princess, and her secret love: Click here to read the interview! All four of Rhianna's adventures are now available in hardcover, paperback and ebook from Templar Books , and you can download a free short story about Rhianna's childhood in Avalon for Kindle - see the sidebar of this blog or click  HERE .

Dark Horizons and the Summer Solstice

Question: What do these two have in common? Answer: A flash in the pen. If you missed the sunrise at Stonehenge today, don't worry. The unicorn would like to invite you to the launch of Authors Electric's fiction anthology "A Flash in the Pen", which involves a unicorn and possibly some naked dancing around a virtual standing stone (optional). Katherine's story is called The Last Maiden (because of the old wives' tale that only maidens can lure unicorns out of the enchanted forest) and was first published in the British Fantasy Society  magazine "Dark Horizons" back in 1995. That was before ebooks, and before many online magazines too. It had black-and-white artwork printed on real paper and looked like this: cover illustration (c) Alan Casey The story even had its own full-page illustration in the magazine: illustration (c) Bob Covington As you can probably tell from the picture, this is not your typical sweet sparkly pink uni

Mermaid Mania!

The unicorn is delighted to invite you to Mermaid Mania, a feast of books about mermaids over at Serendipity Reviews all this week! There, you'll meet a host of wonderful authors introducing their special brand of mermaids, and also find Katherine talking about the 'merlee' (that's mermaids to you) in her Echorium trilogy. I suppose she can't always be talking about unicorns, so I'll forgive her just this once. Human or Fish? - Katherine lets us into the secret of how mermaids breed, and wonders if it's ever right to hunt them and eat their unborn children. ( No, the unicorn's answer is NO! Mermaids are NOT fish... but humans have been known to hunt unicorns, so you might have a different view? Click the link to swim on over and vote. ) Favourite Mermaid Films/TV - Vivienne of Serendipity Reviews lists some of her favourite mermaids from the silver screen. What are yours? Why Mermaids? - Laura Dockrill says she doesn't have a sparkly t