Ansley Vaughan

Wednesday, February 02, 2011

I've been interviewed by the talented Nichelle Gregory. You can read the interview on her blog.

And 'The Wedding of the Wolf' is now available from Total-E-Bound. Please have a look!

Saturday, January 08, 2011


My new book, 'The Wedding of the Wolf' is due out from Total-E-Bound next week. More details soon, but check out the beautiful cover:

Friday, July 20, 2007

This is the cover for the Torquere anthology, Animal Attraction, which comes out early next month.
I think it's wonderful!

My story is called Bungalow Bill -- I'm not telling what sort of animal it's about. Just yet...

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Saturday, May 26, 2007

Here's another review for 'The Facility Trip'.

It's from the fearsome Mrs Giggles. She liked it, but thought it wasn't long enough.

Still, a score of 78 isn't bad...

Monday, March 19, 2007

I don't usually talk about other writers here. (This Blog is all about ME, ME, ME....) but I wanted to mention a terrific novella I read recently. It's called A Tail in Two Cities, it's by T. H. Ailward and it's published by Torquere in their 'Everyday Spectres' line. This is the rather unnerving generic cover.

I liked this one so much I wrote a review of it:

This is a warm, witty and beautifully crafted story. It tells what happens when two love affairs and two parallel universes get inextricably, and comically intertwined. The sex is not explicit, but the erotic charge is unmissable. And this deceptively simple tale works on several levels, taking a gently sardonic poke at man's inhumanity to man, and angels'... er... unangelic behaviour to demons (and other angels as well.) All this and the most sensuous tail you'll ever encounter. And of course, there's the urban unicorn. Every street should have one! This is a lovely story which you'll want to read again and again.

T. H. Ailward is a friend, and also a first class writer. This one really is worth a look!

Right, time to get back to the self absorption!

Friday, March 16, 2007

There's a new review for 'The Facility Trip'

I think this reviewer really liked it.

Isn't it nice?

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Freya's Bower has agreed to take a novella called 'The Price of Gold'.

It's an urban parable in which Freya herself appears to sort out the deeply shallow (!) life of a trader in Gold in the city of London.

It's the first full-scale paranormal I've written (although there are a couple of short stories) so I'm very pleased...