Monthly Archives: June 2014
New story: Mr Underhill
A new story is making its presence known today, “Mr Underhill”, which I think will end up going in my Noose & Gibbet collection for next year. I suspect it will be nasty.
When children go under the
Because I can …
… the cushions on our couch are getting pretty ratty, so I’ve made the executive decision to get new ones … courtesy of Kathleen Jennings and Redbubble.
This is the cover from Midnight and Moonshine.
Reading Beyond the Book
My very clever friend, Dr Donna Hancox, has an article here today about the changing nature of reader participation and the interactivity of books – which is another way of talking about digital books and the extra add-ons for texts
As a break from writing the novella, The Witch’s Scale, I went over the page proofs for my story in the last installment of the Zombie Apocalypse anthologies from Mr Stephen Jones, ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE: ENDGAME!
I’ve used “Red Dust, White Earth”
And finally …
… Kathleen has sent me the last of the papercuts for Black-Winged Angels.
It makes me a little sad that these gorgeous things will no longer wing their way to me in the body of
Suspended in Dusk
The delightful Simon Dewar is editing the Suspended in Dusk anthology, which is out later this year from Books of the Dead Press. He’s currently running a series of author interviews on his blog; the one with me is here, and
And my autographed copy of Alan Baxter’s Bound just arrived, hand-delivered by Kathleen Jennings.
The Danger of Warmth
More loveliness from Kathleen for Black-Winged Angels, which is due out in August of this year from Ticonderoga Publications.
“The Danger of Warmth”is my version of The Snow Queen”.
I watch the young man