The War of the Worlds

It's #FogboundFriday again and here's all the latest news regarding what's happening in my world of Writing.. A Quick Update Fogbound: Empire in Flames continues to plod along nicely - we just hit 30,000 page reads on Kindle Unlimited. I am in the process of outlining book 2 as we speak - looks like it might... Continue Reading →

Fogbound & Kindle Unlimited?

It's #FogboundFriday again (Well to be honest it's a day late, so technically it must be #SteampunkSaturday right?) Whichever it is, there is plenty of news on the Fogbound front for you in this post. FOGBOUND on Kindle Unlimited Fogbound has just hit 12,500 page reads on KU! Wow, I'm really amazed that this has... 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 →

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 →

Fogbound Progress

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't... Continue Reading →

Tokyo Prime

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 a... Continue Reading →

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