Giveaway : The Ephemera

July 7, 2014

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All the chat over the last few months here has been about The Moon King.  Complete new baby syndrome, for which I make no apology, but I’m aware that the older siblings have been somewhat neglected. Especially jogging my elbow for attention is my collection, The Ephemera, which seems to have picked up a few sales on […]

The Golden Nose

June 28, 2014

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  Issue 253 of Interzone arrives in July, and it features a story of mine called The Golden Nose.     This is a strange wee story. It’s set in Vienna, which I loved after visiting on football duty last year and, as well as being the simple tale of a gifted sniffer (think Suskind’s Perfume, but […]

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Worldcon schedule

June 21, 2014

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So, the next thing on the horizon? Worldcon! In London! Or Loncon, as the kids are calling it. It’s going to be huge. Massive. Thousands of attendees, hundreds of programme items, and if you’re looking for me amongst it all, the surest place is at the follow events (which I’ll be taking part in). Better Worldbuilding Through Poetry: […]

Posted in: Conventions

The Moon King : One month in

May 30, 2014

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Since it’s been over a month now since The Moon King was published, I thought it’d be cool to take a wee look back at how it’s all gone down. Well, overall, I’d have to say the reception’s been a positive one. We had two launch events (at Eastercon and at Glasgow’s Waterstones, Argyle St). Both […]

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BlogHop: Three Things I Don’t Write (and Three Things I do)

May 13, 2014

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Another of those writery blog tour things with the twin purposes of providing you with a few titbits of insight into someone whose blog you already read and linking backwards and forwards in the chain to other writers that you might also like. I was tagged for this one by Ruth Booth, by way of Benjanun […]

Posted in: Writing

Moonshots lift off

May 12, 2014

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Happy to say that my story “A Piece Of The Moon” is now available over on Spacewitch.com. You can download it as a standalone ebook or as an audio MP3 (read by Charles Hunt). Better still, for a trifling sum you can subscribe to the entire short story series (I have and I’ve enjoyed them […]

Posted in: Short stories

Well and truly under sail

May 7, 2014

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Well, I think after last night we can properly consider The Moon King officially launched. Serious and heartfelt thanks to all the family and friends who came along to hear me wibble on for a bit and buy the book. And deep gratitude to Emma, Caron and all the staff at Waterstones Argyle St for managing […]

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