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FOGBOUND SAMPLE CHAPTER

As promised many moons ago,┬áhere's the opening chapter to Fogbound: Empire in Flames. Chapter 1 Fingers of toxic red fog clawed at his clothing as he stepped over yet another dead body. Sir Pelham Simmons stalked the Fogside wastes with his rifle slung over his right shoulder. His greatcoat hugged him tightly, holding the fog... Continue Reading →

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Book Launch for Fogbound

So, its #FogboundFriday already and I have a few exciting items for you this week. Fogbound: Empire in Flames - Launch Date As you'll have noticed from the image above, Fogbound has an official launch date of 8th August 2019. I am busy preparing the final versions of the ebook and paperback versions and uploading... Continue Reading →

A Couple of Short Pieces

So it's #FogboundFriday again, and this week I wanted to mention my local writing group Huddersfield Author's Circle or HAC. It's a great place to talk to other authors and to hear their styles as well as let them hear about my work. We tend to alternate between Reading meetings - where people read some... Continue Reading →

Fogbound in July?

So it's #FogboundFriday again, and this week I want to tell you all about... Cue drumroll... Fogbound: Empire in Flames. Now some of you may be thinking, just a minute, I've heard of this mythical novel, where the hell has it been? Well to let you into a no-so-secret secret. It's been doing the rounds... Continue Reading →

Dungeons & Dragons

Thought I'd drop you a quick post showing the transformation of an old classic animated D&D to a newly revamped and live action version as a Renault Ad. If you remember Hank, Diana, Presto, Sheila, Eric, Bobby and Uni vs the dreaded Venger and Tiamat, then this might amuse you as much as it amused... Continue Reading →

Angry Bridport

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 back... Continue Reading →

Grammarly and how I use it.

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, I... Continue Reading →

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