Book Blogger- Author meet up 16th February 2019 - North Safford Hotel Stoke-on-Trent.
Eastercon 2019 - Ytterbium 19-22nd April 2019 Park Inn Heathrow London.
Edge Lit 8 - 13th July 2019 The Quad Derby.
Fantasycon- 18th-20th October 2019 - Glasgow.
Sledge Lit 5 - The Quad Derby - date to be announced.
Book Blogger and author meet-up Stoke-on-Trent. 29th September 2018.
Fantasycon 2018 19th to 21st October 2018.
Sledge-Lit 24th november 2018.
New flash fiction published on the Kraxon website. Very pleased with this, it was fun to write.
Honestly it wasn't me. Flash fiction.
I will be attending Follycon, at the Majestic Hotel Harrogate from 30th March - 2nd April.
I am doing a panel on Friday 3oth at 8.00pm, titled;
It sounds fun!
Events booked so far this year are:
Follycon, Harrogate. 30th March -2nd April 2018
Edge Lit , Derby 15th July 2018
Fantasycon, Chester 19th -21st October 2018
Sledge Lit Derby (date to follow.)
An article about one of the characters in my novel, Hand of Glory , can now be seen on History Imagined.
Article on History Imagined.
On July 15th 2017 I will be attending Edge Lit 6 at the Quad in Derby.
Edge Lit 6
My short story, Mirror, has been published in the Kraxon online magazine.
Short Story, Mirror
On the 26th November 2016 at 11.30 am in the Quad in Derby UK I will be doing a launch, signing and small reading of Hand of Glory.
It is part of Sledge Lit.
panels, signings, events and the famous Raffle!
Two good reviews of Hand of Glory have come in.
One on Sffworld by N. E. White
Review on Sffworld
and one in the Starburst Magazine, one of the oldest genre magazines.
FantasyCon 2016 - Scarborough.
4pm-5pm, Saturday, Royal Ballroom
This Used To Be The Future
Why is so much SF starting to look back in time
rather than forward?
Hand of Glory cover.
Hot from Penmore Press, the cover of my novel Hand of Glory. Superb!
It features the artwork of Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson.
Information on the picture Here
Additional Events 2016
Sledge Lit - Derby - November 26th 2016
"In Hand Of Glory, Susan Boulton deftly conjures the traumatic fragility of England in the years following the Great War, interweaving a love story and
supernatural crime thriller with an unflinching appraisal of the true horrors of conflict. Recommended." — Neil Williamson, award winning author of The Moon King.
"An intriguing story, beautifully researched with well-drawn characters and an involving central intrigue. Something a little different for the genre and all the
better for it. — Jo Zebedee. author of Abendau's Heir, the inheritance trilogy andInish Carraig.
"From the horrors of the First World War to the decadence of the Roaring Twenties, Hand of Glory is a revenge tale worthy of a Hammer Horror production.
Grisly murders, creepy séances, and gaslight shenanigans, not to mention the overriding presence of a certain severed limb with an occult power from beyond the grave, are combined with a sense of
mortal danger to keep the pages turning." —Mark Yon, Sffworld and book reviewer.
"A stunning and authentic tale of the supernatural, bound to give you goosebumps." — Alex Davis, author, published in Dark Horizons, The
Author bio-Penmore Press
My author bio and information about Hand of Glory now up on Penmore Press site.Susan Boulton, Hand of Glory.
My novel, Hand of Glory is going to be published by Penmore
Press and it seems I owe the Senior Editor a nights sleep.
Penmore Press has acquired a Dark Fantasy novel, "The Hand of Glory" from author Susan Boulton -- a bone chilling tale set early 1900's England. Senior editor Michael
James gave up a night of sleep reading it.
Panels at Mancunicon
The Fuzzy Set of Horror
Saturday 19:00 - 20:00, Room 7 (Hilton Deansgate) 26th March 2016
Ghost stories, supernatural, suspense, gore, shock horror, all of these used to be more or less recognisable and identifed as distinct genres. Today they are
increasingly classified as just horror. What effect does this have on the writing, publishing, advertising and sales of the separate genres and what are we missing - or gaining - by merging the
genres into a collective whole?
Sunday 19:00 - 20:00, Room 6 (Hilton Deansgate) 27th March
The look and feel of gothic art and imagery in and out of the movies, from the work of Tim Burton to Penny Dreadful and the recent Crimson Peak, gothic art adds a new,
old dimension to the production designers palette. This panel of artists, fans and authors discuss the phenomena, what makes it so velvety and rich and how it influences and manifests in their
Events for 2016
This year's Eastercon. 25th - 28th March 2016
Edge Lit 5
16th July 2016
Fantasy con 2016
This year's Fantasycon 23rd-25th September 2016
Sledge - Lit
On November 21st at the Quad in Derby I will be at Sledge Lit panelling and reading.... more details to follow.
On Friday 23rd October I will taking part in my very first panel at Fantasycon 2015 in Nottingham. I am getting very excited!
Room: Suite 2
5.00pm Stealing from the Past: Fantasy in History
Much fantasy has real-world fantasy settings. We’re writing novels, not textbooks, so how far can we bend history out of shape to suit our own ends? This panel explores the challenges of placing
strange fictions in historical realities and what we can learn from them
choosing a setting: challenging assumptions about the period
how will it inform your characters?
research: how much is enough and what details to use?
the ‘clunk’: avoiding (or deliberately using) anachronisms
Moderator: Susan Bartholomew
Panelists: Jacey Bedford, Susan Boulton, Anne Lyle, Juliet E McKenna, Toby Venables