Part Two of Feral Space is now available to pour into your ears at your leisure. Eleven hours of space opera power read by the incredibly talented Sara Parlier. Yet again Sara’s done an incredible job of evoking my lil’ saga. I love the way she voices my characters. HERE’S A SAMPLE. And here’s […]Read more "The Delighted now out in audio!!!"
Yep, you read that right. The Scalpel goes audio!!! Voiced by the incredibly talented Sara Parlier!!! 11+ hours of total space opera head-f**k. What’s not to love? Here’s a three minute sample: BUY THE WHOLE DARN THING HERE!!!Read more "The Scalpel Goes Audio!!!"
Hello my beautiful babies! This month the James Worrad juggernaut HITS THE ROAD FOR A TOUR OF THE EMERALD ISLE!!! Well, certainly a few of its hotel lobbies and conference rooms at any rate. Why? Because I’m in Dublin for Worldcon and Belfast for Titancon. Here’s the line-up: WORLDCON: Erm… just hanging out really. Lot’s […]Read more "Worldcon & Titancon: Where I’ll be and what I’ll be doing in Ireland this month…"
Well, the first draft of my latest magnificent octopus is done. And, damn, was it a grueller. Enjoyable, don’t get me wrong, but a heck of a climb. It was, what? Nine months? A rather symbolic amount of time, that. To put it into comparison this latest draft (tentatively called The Dragonfly Girls) is roughly 92,000 […]Read more "Finishing The First Draft Of A Novel (And why they sometimes take forever)"
We all have a picture in our head when we hear or read the phrase ‘D&D session’ or ‘RPG night’. We visualise a clutch of bright and esoteric dice, a table, perhaps some bowls of snacks and, if we are a mean and under-informed victim to cliche, the pungent melange of several brands of Axe […]Read more "The Wonder Of One-On-One Roleplay (Not the kinky kind)"
Found this on my page at SFF Chronicles. Scanned it years ago and put it up there, lost the original painting along the way. Must date from 2008-ish. As I’ve mentioned on this blog before, I like to sketch/scribble my way into a novel. Helps find the mood. Check out SFF Chronicles. Great forum. And […]Read more "Old Watercolour"
The idea of writing a historical novel absolutely terrifies me. Hats off to anyone who does. I love history but the trouble is the people in history insist on leaving piles of written evidence around and, before you know it, you’re researching beeswax candle-making in late 17th century Cleethorpes just so you can write your […]Read more "Historical Novel? No Fear!"