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I Gone And Done An Actual Book!

The paperbacks for my first ever novel, Zero, arrived this week from the publisher. I couldn’t get the boxes open fast enough. The book looks beautiful. I mean, I know I’m biased and have a certain amount of emotional investment … Continue reading

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Look for me and you shall find!

Hello all! Just a very quick post, as momentum is picking up, just to recap when and where you can find me should you wish to, whether it be my fiction, my pictures, my tweets or my FACE. 1. I … Continue reading

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Projects, projects everywhere…and what a lot to write!

Just a quick update on all things busy! I am due a new #FlashForFriday this week, #FlashForFriday being my practice of producing a new piece of flash fiction (short story 1000 words or under) every fortnight on a Friday for … Continue reading

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Striking the Balance – Editing as Art rather than Science

Here’s a general update before I get on to my latest revelation about editing: Some writers I know like to focus on one project at a time, but I find it beneficial to have a few irons in the fire. … Continue reading

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First review for ‘All Hail The New Flesh’

The first review for All Hail the New Flesh is up and it’s a good’un: ‘…after reading “All Hail the New Flesh”, I have developed the view that new authors do have the capacity to spit out of themselves stories that … Continue reading

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Away With Thee, Laurels! I shall not sit upon’t!

I have mentioned a few times over the past few months how invigorating and inspiring I find it to keep my productivity up. Moving forward with current projects or planning the next one means I feel like I’m constantly in … Continue reading

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All the Delicious SciFi

Keeping up the productivity I find is one of the best ways to keep motivation stoked. And, almost as if they knew, just as I finished my infamous ‘Project-With-A-Deadline‘ (details of which I am hoping to release soon) Dagda Publishing … Continue reading

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Music, books and more

I’d like to start of today’s post by thanking everyone for the overwhelming response to my last #FlashForFriday – my seasonal spook-fest ‘Wasteland’. I’m so glad everyone enjoyed. It was most certainly fun to write! #FlashForFriday will be back on … Continue reading

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Good Friday – Tuned To a Dead Channel out today!

“A Collection of 15 Short Dystopian Science Fiction stories by 11 of the best new authors in the genre. Vast, terrible future societies where Humans have lost facets of their freedoms are the backdrop for these 15 tales of horror, … Continue reading

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Tuned to a Dead Channel – Out next week!

Tuned to a Dead Channel is out on the 20th of September! I believe it will be available in both hard copy and on kindle and contains a myriad of Sci Fi short stories, including my little effort Ash: a … Continue reading

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