Ok, first off, apologies for how long it’s been since my last post for #FogboundFriday. The main reasons has been the frantic rush to polish the final edit of Fogbound in time to send it off to the Angry Robot Open Submissions window for 2019. Now that’s done – Huzzah! I can hopefully get backContinue reading “Angry Bridport”
Just a quick post about how much use I get out of Grammarly when checking my writing. You may be wondering why? We all have access to spell checking and grammar checks too with Microsoft Word and even on Google Docs, so why should I need a specific Grammar checker such as Grammarly? Well, IContinue reading “Grammarly and how I use it.”
I made a few tweaks to some of the Tokyo Prime cover ideas that I have posted previously – mainly new font ideas and colours. Take a look and let me know what you think.
So an update on the status of Fogbound, my Steampunk/Sci-Fi Novel. I am finalising the edit with a team of gracious volunteer proof-readers and then it will be winging it’s way around the Literary Agents in an attempt to find someone who sees its potential and want to help with representation. Just a minute. Weren’tContinue reading “Fogbound Progress”
I wanted to talk today about my latest short story called Tokyo Prime. It’s a sci-fi / cyberpunk setting with supernatural elements inspired from an roleplaying game setting I developed over thirty years ago. During the annual competition for HAC (The Huddersfield Authors Circle) it was voted winner in the Opening 2,000 words of aContinue reading “Tokyo Prime”
So I’ve received Fogbound back from my editor and the news is… Drumroll please… Astoundingly good. Yes, there are a few areas that require looking at, but they are mainly about pacing and the order of some of the early chapters and new character POV’s. All of these I was expecting, and there are someContinue reading “Fogbound Final Edit”