Tangent has reviewed DreamForge, including my story “A Sip of Pombé”. Always nice to appear in Tangent – they don’t review just anything.
Also, their conclusion about my story is one of those that gives a writer a nice warm glow: “A great story with lots of layers to keep the reader thinking.”
Good way to start the day.
Trouble Among the Stars, Issue 3 has launched. This one contains my story “Onward”, which I think is perfect… If there’s one thing that “Onward” describes it’s trouble, BIG trouble, among the stars.
A review of Tales from the Canyons of the Damned Omnibus 10 is up. That one contains my story “Superclásico”, and you can have a look by clicking here!
Issue 3 of DreamForge Magazine is out, and I’m delighted to say that it holds a story I love: “A Sip of Pombé”. This tale is close to my heart, and I adore the artwork that Frank Schurter created for it.
The fifth volume of the European Cyberpunk Magazine Write Ahead / The Future Looms has been published. This one is usually behind a paywall but, as a special treat, my story “Spyder’s Web” is this issue’s free sample story… If you’re interested, go have a look!
My story “No Pressure” is up at Zealot Script. It’s free to read, and you can have a look in the link in the first comment. You can have a look here.
The Tenth Tales From the Canyons of the Damned Omnibus is available for purchase. This one contains my story “Superclásico”, and a seriously creepy cover!
Double cool news: not only have I received my contributor copy of Volume 4 of Write Ahead / The Future Looms, but I have also sold them another story!
Here’s me with the shiny mag!
Most of you know me as a science fiction writer, while others have read my horror or fantasy work. So my latest book launch might come as a bit of a surprise… but I’m happy to announce that today is launch day for Love & Death, a narrative composed of intertwined stories.
Innumerable experts talk about getting out of your comfort zone in order to grow, but I’ll take it one step further. For a new book to be any good the writer needs to be confident in the genre they’re working in…
Fortunately, I’ve been a reader of literary works for as long as I’ve been a reader of genre work, and I found that writing something completely outside of my usual milieu was not so much a reinvention of my prose as it was akin to slipping out of shorts and into a suit and tie.
The result? I’ll let you judge for yourself – below are purchase links for every conceivable e-delivery method (paperbacks are coming soon):
Amazon | B&N | Play Store | Apple Store
If you do pick it up, drop me a line – always delighted to hear if readers loved a book or if they hated it.
Sale! My story “Tenth Orbit” will be reprinted by Tell-Tale Press. I love this story so much, and will be bombarding everyone with links when it goes live.