Thursday, 5 July 2018

Monday, 2 July 2018

Share One Vision

You can now download (for free) my poetry collection, One Vision, from the Tigershark Publishing website. In addition to the titular poem and several other reprints, it contains a number of previously-unpublished poems.

Friday, 29 June 2018

Accelerate into SF!

A mysterious object appears off a naval base. Scientists are recruited to investigate. Read about what happens in my story, The Object, now available to read on The New Accelerator, membership of which is a pound a month with a new story published every Friday.

Sunday, 24 June 2018

Saturday, 2 June 2018

Poetry Unthawed

The Frost may be Untimely, but the poems within this collection will chill you nonetheless!


Untimely Frost is a new poetry anthology from Lycan Valley Press, which includes two of my poems, and is available to order now from Amazon.

Friday, 4 May 2018

Glorious Sunlight Press and Poetry in Review

Seeking fiction? Search no more - The Sunlight Press is the place to go, where you can read online my story A Gloriously Sunny Day.

Find them on Facebook and Twitter.

Want poetry, as well? You'll find two of my poems in the latest issue of the Qutub Minar Review.

Monday, 9 April 2018

An Awesome Place to sell Awesome Tales!

The Awesome Tales #7 Winter 2018 issue, with The Strange Adventures of Sherlock Holmes has found a new niche.

The book is on sale on a cliff-top Connecticut castle, once the home of the late famous actor William Gillette. He played the Baker Street detective 1300 times on stage, in the first silent films and then in early talkies. After the actors' death, the castle and grounds became a state park and popular tourist attraction. Awesome Tales #7 is now on sale in the gift shop at the castle. The little $6 tome contains five new Sherlock short-stories and a historical article about the castle.

If you can't make it there, you can find Awesome Tales on Amazon.com.

Unwrap the horror...

Mummy Knows Best

(ed) Theresa Derwin
Publisher: Quantum Corsets
Page count: 260pp
RRP £9.99

Currently on sale at £5.50 through April



Mummies, traditionally an Egyptian mythological and historical artefact, have ways of coming to life; particularly in the right story. Made infamous by Boris Karloff in the Universal movies, the mummy can be both tragic and horrific. But the mummy is not just an Egyptian phenomena - this anthology of Fantasy and Horror stories, brought to you by Terror Tree Books (Quantum Corsets), features mummies from Peru, Britain, a few from Egypt following the traditional mould, and from cities all over the globe. Don't expect a blockbuster vibe from this variety of tales, expect mystery, intrigue, awe, horror and most importantly - emotion. Unveil what hides beneath the wrappings in 'Mummy Knows Best'

Saturday, 17 March 2018

Your call to Cthulhu is important to us. Please hold.

Hold no longer! Corporate Cthulhu is now available in both hardback and paperback, in addition to the various ebook formats in which it was first released!

Copies are available from Amazon.com (hb), Amazon.com (pb), Amazon.com (kindle), Barnes and Noble (nook), the Apple store (ibooks),  Google Play (ebook), and Kobo.com (Kobo).

Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Mummy Knows Best

Delve into the desiccated delights of mummified monstrosities in this new anthology from Terror Tree, which includes my story, Crusader. Available to order as a paperback and on the Kindle.

Monday, 12 February 2018

Dare you tug at...

The Yellow Thread? In which Sherlock Holmes confronts the pawns of The King in Yellow...

The story is just one in the new all-Holmes issue of Awesome Tales!

Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Jars!

Want to put a little strangeness into your life? Well, you can read my odd little story Jars on Space Squid now.

Wednesday, 31 January 2018

DeadSteam coming soon...

DeadSteam is a collection of dreadpunk tales edited by Bryce Raffle, to be published by Grimmer & Grimmer Books, October 2018.
What is dreadpunk?
Dreadpunk is devoted to the horror and mystery of a bygone age, as well as newer works that continue those traditions. It’s the “costume drama” of the macabre, if you will.
[Derek Tatum] coined the term “dreadpunk” in early 2015. At the time, there appeared to be a resurgence of interest in the Gothic; most notably, Penny Dreadful was on Showtime and Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak was scheduled for release later that year.
The “dread” comes from “penny dreadfuls,” which were often reworkings of Gothic tropes and legends. So “dreadpunk” was a cheeky way of describing contemporary reworkings of Gothic motifs.
DeadSteam is an anthology of dreadpunk, gaslamp, and dark steampunk. These are tales of the ghoulish and the gothic, chilling stories of haunted streets, of vampires and demons stalking the city from fog-drenched alleyways lit only by gas lamps.
17 chilling stories of the monsters lurking around every corner, the ghosts haunting the darkest streets of Victorian London, and the dead things crawling out of their graves to consume the flesh of the living.
Featuring stories by David Lee Summers (Owl Dance, The Brazen Shark), Jen Ponce (The Bazaar, Demon’s Cradle), Wendy Nikel (The Continuum), Karen J Carlisle (The Adventures of Viola Stewart), Jonah Buck (Carrion Safari), DJ Tyrer, Jay Seate, Lawrence Salani, James Dorr, Lori Tiron-Pandit, Rob Francis, Ross Smeltzer, CC Adams, Alice E Keyes, Steve Carr, E Seneca, and Bryce Raffle (The Complications of Avery Vane).

Your call to Cthulhu is important to us...

Yes, Corporate Cthulhu is here in digital format, so, while Cthulhu Corp keeps you on hold, while not read it? The print version is due soon...

Available in the following formats:


Print copy coming soon

Monday, 15 January 2018

Dare you enter the sewers?


Broadswords and Blasters issue 4 is here with another mission featuring adventuress Camille Castaigne.

Dare you enter the sewers of Paris and face the horrors they conceal?