Ariadne, I Love You Blog Tour and Giveaway

We are excited about the release of J. Ashley-Smith’s new novella, ARIADNE, I LOVE YOU, which hits the streets on July 20th. Hope you will join us for an exciting 2 weeks of blog tour and an amazing giveaway!

ARIADNE, I LOVE YOU by J. Ashley-Smith

Jude is dragged out of Alt-Country obscurity, out of the dismal loop of booze and sadness baths and the boundless, insatiable loneliness, to scrub up and fly to Australia for a last, desperate comeback tour. Hardly worth getting out of bed for—and he wouldn’t, if it weren’t for Coreen.

But Coreen is dead. And, worse than that, she’s married. Jude’s swan-song tour becomes instead a terminal descent, into the sordid past, into the meaning hidden in forgotten songs, into Coreen’s madness diary, there to waken something far worse than her ghost.

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Tour Schedule

7/14 – Speculative Fiction Showcase – Interview
7/8 – Caffeinated Covers – Book Review
7/19 – Crystal’s Library – Book Review
7/20 – Speculative Fiction Showcase – Excerpt
7/21 – – Interview
7/22 – Vol. 1 Brooklyn – Guest Post
7/22 – Jessica Belmont’s Blog – Book Review
7/23 – Sadie’s Spotlight – Interview
7/26 – Curiosityboughtthebook – Book Review
7/27 – HorrorTree – Interview
7/27 – – Guest Post
7/28 – Tomes and Tales – Interview
7/28 – B for Book Review – Interview
7/29 – Motherofzombiedragons – Book Review
7/29 – TNBCC – Guest Post
7/29 – Tkent Writes – Book Review
7/30 – Big Indie Books – Guest Post

Book Launch

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: J. Ashley-Smith is a British–Australian writer of dark fiction and other materials. His short stories have twice won national competitions and been shortlisted seven times for Aurealis Awards, winning both Best Horror (Old Growth, 2017) and Best Fantasy (The Further Shore, 2018). His novella, The Attic Tragedy, was released by Meerkat Press in 2020 and has since been shortlisted for an Aurealis Award, an Australian Shadows Award, and a Shirley Jackson Award.

J. lives with his wife and two sons in the suburbs of North Canberra, gathering moth dust, tormented by the desolation of telegraph wires.

You can connect with J. at, or on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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