Something stirs inside of me. I roll over in bed, searching for my phone. I over-reach and the now too-familiar pain in my wrist causes me to wince. Still, it’s better than before. Four months with the wrist brace and I have to admit there has been improvement. The tendonitis probably would have been better … More 28th Birthday
So, after a long time of having my details lots in spam filters and not being able to enter bank details properly, I can now announce that The Zemlya Conspiracy is now available on Kobo Books: https://www.kobo.com/jp/en/ebook/the-zemlya-conspiracy So I hope that helps those of you that don’t have a Kindle! I’ll return … More The Zemlya Conspiracy now on Kobo Books
Have you ever heard of Beginner’s Luck? Of course you have. Even before you even step into a casino or try your luck at a poker night, the “Beginner’s Luck” trope has been firmly planted in your mind through generations of influences, from movies through to friends that tell you about it being a “sure … More Why are artists so emo?
I’m not sure if I’ve used this analogy before, but when I was given the offer to move to Tokyo and take over the Asian division of my company, I likened it to standing on a hill, overlooking fields. You know that you have to build a city there, but no-one is going to tell … More Looking over fields
US Amazon (Paperback also available here) Kobo Books Zemlya is an isolated city, surrounded by an impassable tundra. The city is protected from the elements by a giant wall, and defended by cybernetically enhanced soldiers that make sure that no-one leaves the city. Many have tried but none survive. Kate is one of these agents, and … More The Zemlya Conspiracy – (A novel by Cpl Crud)
So, a few days ago my (professional) editor got back to me. I sat on the email for about an hour before I had the courage to even open it up. You know that feeling when you get a reply from someone you have a crush on? When your insides are flipping over because you … More Letters from the Editor…
So, I’m writing this on a cold spring night in 2016. The kids are asleep and the wife is out with friends, so for the first time in a few weeks I’ve managed to don the Grados and rock out a little bit. I’ve always had BGM in my life. From the early days of … More Arctic Gale – Soundtrack edition