Tuesday, 31 March 2020

SuperTrump saves the day!

SuperTrump is a collection of four of my poems featuring a glimpse into alternative realities where President Trump has reached his full potential as the world’s greatest billionaire-ninja-cowboy-president. The pdf is free to download.

Tuesday, 10 March 2020

Bushfire Fundraiser

Amongst Friends, from Gypsum Sound Tales, is a charity anthology raising funds for those affected by the recent Australian bushfires. The stories in this volume have all been donated and all profits go to charity.

Amongst Friends will only be available for four months, so if you want a copy, don't delay!

My contribution to the anthology is a humorous tale called, appropriately enough, Donation.

In addition to the firefighter-tribute cover decorating the paperback and kindle releases, an alternative cover featuring a koala is also available in paperback.

Also just released by Gypsum Sound Tales is the latest volume of their Colp series of anthologies, Colp: Black and Grey, themed around tattooes and including my story, Hidden From Sight.

Monday, 24 February 2020

Sir Blodry, Victorious...

...is my contribution to the wonderful hardback volume that is the November 2019 issue of Frostfire Worlds. Available now from Amazon.

Wednesday, 19 February 2020

Love Is Love...

...is the romantic anthology from Breaking Rules Publishing and features my short story of a brief interlude on the long road of life, Desert Roads.

Engaging with the subject from a variety of directions, there is bound to be a story within to delight every reader. It is available in paperback and on the kindle now.

Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Close the Gate!

The new volume of Gypsum Sound Tales' Thuggish Itch series, Close the Gate, features my tale of seance horror - The Second Gate - and is available now in paperback and on the Kindle.

And, if you enjoy unusual monsters, you'll enjoy Monster Party from Deadman's Tome, which includes my story, The Day of the Leorilla - available now in paperback and on the Kindle.

Thursday, 30 January 2020

Tremble Again...

The first story this week in Trembling With Fear is A Rain-Faded Photograph by DJ Tyrer. The opening paragraph is a good example of showing and not telling, capturing the mood and atmosphere perfectly. Even before you get to the explicit statement about taking a life, you already know this is what’s happened. This well-crafted story continues in the same vein, painting feelings, pulling you inexorably along to the end.