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The Moon King ebook options

July 7, 2014


We’ve had a few queries about how to get The Moon King in a non-Kindle ebook format, so I’m pleased to be able to announce that is now offering a selection of formats (Kindle, mobi, epub or PDF)  and presently for the teeny, tiny sum of £2.99. As far as I know, this is the […]

Christmas Quintet

December 19, 2012


Really pleased to announce that my punky musical story, Arrhythmia, has been reprinted in Infinity Plus’s new Quintet anthology. Yeah, so Arrhythmia was nominated for the BSFA award and it’s one of the stories I’m proudest of, but what’s really cool is that it sits snugly in amongst stories by four writers whose work I absolutely adore. For me, […]

The price of things and the value of things

April 13, 2012


In the light of the US Department Of Justice inquiry into the attempt by the Big Six publishers over there to establish (or ‘fix’) prices for e-books at a nominally substantial level, I think it’s worth pointing out that they’re not just doing so because they’re greedy. This article explains how e-books are priced, and why it’s […]

Celebrating The Return Of Unusual Genitals – Welcoming Brain In A Jar

January 28, 2012


Really pleased to hear about the launch of Brain In A Jar ebooks, a new venture by SF novelist Gary Gibson. The ethos behind the company is much the same as that for Infinity Plus books, to bring out of print writing back into public view. Gary’s dusted off his skills as a graphic designer […]

Free fiction from Infinity Plus Books

April 17, 2011


Infinity Plus have just released a free sampler anthology featuring stories by their roster of authors. Free stories by Eric Brown, Keith Brooke, John Grant, Iain Rowan, Anna Tambour and Molly Brown, among others. Great writers. Get on over there and sample them.

Infinity Plus e-books

December 14, 2010


Good news for those of you who are right into your e-books (especially if, like me, you enjoy short stories). Infinity Plus have just released their first titles as an e-book publisher. The first tranche of titles include a selection of collections of short fiction by Infinity Plus founder Keith Brooke, plus  a little gem from […]

Judgement by Fergus Bannon

November 5, 2009


Being An Recommendation: At the beginning of this year I was privileged to read a novel called Judgement by GSFWC member Fergus Bannon. Now Fergus hasn’t written much in recent years and the book was actually written a few years ago, but some work has been done to bring it up to date (by Gary […]