Monthly Archives: September 2018
The Lovecraft Squad: Dreaming
Fantastic review of The Lovecraft Squad: Dreaming (Stephen Jones, ed.) by the Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer.
The Lovecraft Squad: Dreaming is a hugely enjoyable anthology, and Stephen Jones has once again worked his magic as editor to pull together some of the best and most
Here are a couple of articles I wrote a little while ago, still useful information.
Over at The Writing Platform – Online Presence: Pros, Perils and Possibilities.
Over at Cultured Vultures – Top 5 Networking Tips for Writers.
The Karnstein Trilogy: Carmilla’s Children
So, after a couple of year, much work and re-work, throwing self on the fainting couch, I have finally figured out the configuration for my take on the Carmilla films from Hammer. Huge
New Novel: Blackwater
So, I’m in a weird place at the moment, having delivered one series I’m not sure what (if anything) will be published next as far as novels are concerned. But I am working on finalising the first draft
Delighted to say that I’ve signed a contract with the wondrous PS Publishing for a new collection of stories, due out in 2019.
Twelve reprints, two new stories, and an intro
Suspended in Dusk II: Paul Michael Anderson
Today’s blog guest is Paul Michael Anderson, talking about “Wants and Needs”.
1. What was the inspiration for your SiD2 story?
Honestly? A house I’d looked at with my wife when we were looking to buy about four years ago. It was this loft-style
Sydney: Restoration Event
I’ll be at the wonderful Galaxy Books on 20 September at 6pm to do a Q&A about Restoration, Verity and the writing life, so come along and ask me stuff. I’ll sign books, too – mine, other