Tag Archives: short stories

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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New Direction, New Look

It’s interesting how much you can change or develop in such a small amount of time. I honestly think that since the beginning of 2013 when I took a trip to Gladstone’s Library and decided I was going to finally … Continue reading

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Get it on NFTU.co.uk

I have just recently discovered this rather awesome UK-based writing website Notes From The Underground. They accept unsolicited submissions of fiction, poetry, reportage, non-fiction, you name it. It looks to be fairly prolific and I have read some of the fiction … Continue reading

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Something Worth Checking Out

I’m still beavering away at the draft for the project I have a deadline for but I still find it useful to not completely severe all ties with the world, keep your hand in and good to keep perspective. Besides, if something … Continue reading

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Getting Sorted

Thanks to the combined efforts of fellow writers/bloggers D. James Fortescue and H. K. Abell I have been inspired to not only step up the quality of my writing but also to tinker with the layout of my blog. I … Continue reading

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Something Brilliant this way Comes

I discovered another writer on the blogosphere today through a post by fellow writer and writing enthusiast D. James Fortescue. D. James says that reading this writer’s work is ” almost like Pringles; once you start, you can’t stop.” And boy, … Continue reading

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