Prequel to Plastic Jesus: Kitty Wants A Hitty

Notice anything different around here? Like a brand new website logo? That’ll be thanks to my pal Sion Smith who’s not only a damn fine writer, but a dab hand at the ol’ DTP to boot. So to celebrate a reboot of sorts, let’s have some cyberpunk: KITTY WANTS A HITTY is the almost-new prequel […]

BOOK REVIEW: MARG by Jones Jones

From Salt Publishing’s new e-novella range comes MARG, the story of a Polish sex worker living in London. Written in a first person diary style, this is a candid and, for the most part, realistic account of sex trafficking in the UK that pulls the reader in right from the very first paragraph. Blog this! Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet […]

And then this happened…

It’s always great to hear from readers and get pics of folk reading my books. But this… … from Mr Daryl Duncan, was a particular gem. Really made me LOL, as the young kids say. Happy Monday, everyone! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it

Official release of PLASTIC JESUS… PRAISE BE!

  New book PLASTIC JESUS sees its official release this weekend. It’s available from all good online retailers and should be appearing in store very soon at your local Waterstone’s or indie bookseller. Here’s a summary of some of the cool stuff out there on the book right now… Starburst Magazine are running an interview feature in […]

WRITE CLUB: Joseph D’Lacey on the editing of BLOOD FUGUE

Delighted to welcome fellow horror guy Joseph D’Lacey back for today’s Write club. Joseph continues his two-parter discussion of editing (you can read part one here).  Life-saving surgery Part II: The Blood Fugue edit   By the time I met Steve Haynes, editor of Proxima, I’d written eleven novels and fifty short stories, taught creative […]