Friday, 31 July 2015

Monsters, Cultists, Space Pirates and more, oh my!

Some new anthology appearances...

Olbur of Rokol risks life and limb for love when he descends into The Caverns of Khidina in Swords Against Cthulhu from Rogue Planet Press (available from Amazon), a second outing for the hero (an adventure of whose previously appeared in Torched).

Despite suspicions to the contrary, it turns out that X Marks The Planet in a comical story of that name in Yarr! A Space Pirate Anthology from Martinus Publishing (available from Amazon).

A cultist seeks to ascend a little closer to godhood within the Fane of the Faceless God in Idolaters of Cthulhu from Alban Lake Publishing (available from Smashwords).

Identity, acceptance and terror entangle to leave the question of just what is Horrifying in Between The Cracks from Sirens Call Publishing (available from Amazon and Smashwords).

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Coming soon from Flame Tree Publishing...

Gothic Chilling Horror Stories contains my story Justified, alongside many other great tales in this 480-page horror extravaganza.

Friday, 10 July 2015

The Steam Chronicles

The Steam Chronicles is, unsurprisingly, a steampunk anthology from Zimbell House Publishing, available
to order in paperback and on the Kindle from Amazon, and contains three of my stories:
  • Dark Stars & Steam is a thriller sequel to The Streets of Alar, which appeared in the Atlantean Publishing King In Yellow anthology (and which will be republished in 2016...)
  • Mars Miner Mustang is a story featuring space-and-time adventurers Letitia, Hopper and Doc in which, and this isn't exactly a spoiler, they find themselves trapped aboard a Mars Miner.
  • Treachery on the Factory Floor finds French Second Empire Adventuress Camilla Castaigne dealing with saboteurs during the Siege of Paris.

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Eco-Horror Ezine

Just how might the world end? Find out in the latest issue of Siren's Call as Mother Nature unleashes her full
fury against humanity! You'll find two poems by me in here alongside a couple of other poems and a number of excellent stories. It's free, so you've nothing to lose in downloading a copy - and it might just help you survive the coming horrors!