Wednesday, 7 December 2011
Little did I know, in the last years of the 20th century, what a simple query would lead to. Whilst I was canvassing for the anthology SWORDS AGAINST THE MILLENNIUM which I was editing for The Alchemy Press, I dropped an innocent query to old friend Adrian Cole - creator of The Voidal - wondering if Ade had any unpublished Voidal fiction I could use. He did - and that's when it all started...
Spurred on, inspired - whatever - Ade assembled the whole Voidal saga, and this year Wildside Press published it in three volumes (vol.1 - Oblivion Hand - had previously been published with its Jim Pitts cover).
And just to rub salt into the wound, Ade included me in the dedication for volume two - like any of this is my fault!
Monday, 5 December 2011
The Kindle edition of Sailors of the Skies has just received a Five Star review! Check it out:
Friday, 16 September 2011
As a way of dipping their toes into electronic publishing, The Alchemy Press have released a Kindle edition of the Damian Paladin novella, Sailors of the Skies - originally published in the British Fantasy Society's magazine, DARK HORIZONS in 2009. The cover uses Arthur Wang's original artwork for DH, with design provided by yours truly (so no one else can take the blame).
Check out the link:
to download a copy. You know you want to...
Friday, 27 May 2011
Morpheus Tales' Urban Horror Special is available to order or download (depending on preference). It has - of course - a story of mine: Cold Rain.
And you can buy here:
There's a review available here:
And you can buy here:
at May 27, 2011
Wednesday, 23 March 2011
And at the same time, I found out that the Spring issue of DARK VALENTINE is available for download, with my story Only the Lonely. Check it out:
"Anyone who wants to spend time with the uncanny and horrific will find this volume contains gems" Pauline Morgan has review...
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So there I am - Sunday evening, vegging out in front of the idiot box, when the phone rings. I answer it. After a brief pause, a woman says ...
Somehow, I find myself on three panels in this year's convention. And all on Saturday. What did I - and you, dear attendee - do to dese...