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In her review of Blue Friday by Mike French, Pauline Morgan on SFcrowsnest (the longest running online magazine for those of us with an SF bent) describes it as “a skewed and cynical look at a future that has taken … Continue reading
In her review of Blue Friday by Mike French, over on the Booklore review site, Chrissi says there are “lots of little interesting things in the world of Mr French” and the “excerpts from Definitions for a Modern World are … Continue reading
Over at Jonathan Pinnock’s website there is an interesting and entertaining interview with Mike French about Blue Friday. It’s well worth a visit.
Those of you who were at Novacon 42 at the weekend had the opportunity to come along to the launch of the print edition of Blue Friday by Mike French. Mike entertained a bar-full of fans by reading the first … Continue reading
In the review of Blue Friday by Mike French, Juxtabook describes it as futuristic genre fiction but also “much more than that”. Comparing it to a “well executed ballroom dance, light (in the most positive sense), well directed, sharp and … Continue reading
In his review of Blue Friday by Mike French on Risingshadow, Seregil of Rhiminee says that what makes the book interesting is how “Mike French successfully.” He goes on to say “The events are fascinating in their weirdness and the author keeps … Continue reading
In her review of Blue Friday by Mike French, Jessica at Writer’s Little Helper describes it as “a great mix of humour and sinister ‘what if’s’.” Read the full review for yourself here
In National Work-Life Week, a new book warns of the dangers of going too far in enforcing the work-life balance
While others promote programmes to support work-life balance, author Mike French warns in his book, Blue Friday, of the dire consequences of allowing state intervention to protect family time While many organisations are using this week, National Work-Life Week 2012 … Continue reading
In her review of Blue Friday by Mike French, Magdalena Ball says “Blue Friday vacillates between black humour, which can be very funny indeed, and the cognitive dissonance of an unlikely dystopia which is all too familiar. The story walks … Continue reading