What do you mean, you haven’t read The Veil yet? These are two of the creepiest apocalypse tales ever told! Don’t let me spoil them for you, though. Just zip over that well known online book dealer and own the end of the world for only 99c!Read More The Veil – 99c Kindle deal for a limited time!
I need to set this up first, otherwise shooting myself in the foot, which I plan to do in a minute, isn’t going to work. When a writer needs to explain something about their work, whether before or after publication, it’s as though they’re intimating that the work is incomplete. In groups I’ve run and […]Read More For the record – how the Black Dawn became a series
If you are, I’ve just found out that you can request review copies of Tales of New Mexico directly from the editor of Black Shuck Books at this email address: email@example.comRead More Are you a book reviewer?
While you’re waiting for me to finish my next novel, you can read two dark stories set in the south-west of America. If you’re a Goodreads person, it’s ready to add to your shelves. If you’d like to buy direct from Black Shuck Books, go here. Or, if you prefer those other folk, who keep […]Read More Tales of New Mexico – on sale now
Hoorah! A new book review! It ought to be a fair appraisal, right? But so often it reads like more than that, like a judgement. There, I’ve said it. Oh, look. Here’s another. And another. My Twitter feed, Facebook news feed and Goodreads homepage are choked with book reviews. Well, I’m a writer; what else […]Read More On writers who write about writers and the writers, like me, who write about them.
Back in 2012, a very cool indie publishing outfit called Jurassic London commissioned a story from me for their anthology A Town Called Pandemonium.Read More Publishing news!
A few years ago, I was invited by Geoff Brown to be a mentor for the Australian Horror Writers’ Association. It involved working with a particular author on a work-in-progress and, as you’d expect, sharing as much knowledge with them as possible. The payment was modest for the amount of work doing it properly would […]Read More A mentoring tale and the wolf within…