Written on Jun, 14, 2013 by in

In Canterbury, as the virus rages out of control, one troop of Royal Marine Commandos fights a 360-degree battle for survival, racing to rescue the Channel Tunnel survivors from a relentless siege – before Hellfire missile strikes and carpet bombing kill anyone left alive. Across the Atlantic, the crew of the John F. Kennedy risks a catastrophic reactor meltdown to …

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Written on Jun, 02, 2013 by in | Leave a comment

Neil Gaiman on DRM Anne Rice and self-publishing. Neil again…Make Good Art

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Written on Mar, 22, 2013 by in | Leave a comment

There is a row of books on top of one of the shelves in my little library (it’s actually not that small any more) that I’ve owned for a very, very long time. They are all paperbacks and all dusty, discoloured and cracked and that’s just how they should be considering how many times I’ve read them. The shelf is …

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Written on Feb, 27, 2013 by in

Alpha team, the world’s best and last surviving Tier-1 operators, are adrift on Lake Michigan – and fast drifting into what looks like a damned hostile shoreline. Deep in the National Forest nearby, a former police officer and survivalist battles to keep her family alive – and tries to decide whether the commandos of Alpha are more dangerous to her …

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Written on Jan, 15, 2013 by in | 4 Comments.

Last year I was absolutely rubbish. I published so little during that twelve months that I’m disgusted with myself. I can’t even give a good reason as to why it happened. I released only one book myself – the third book of the displaced, and a co-authored two other books with Michael Stephen Fuchs. Now, I’m not saying that I’m …

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Written on Sep, 27, 2012 by in

When the Zombie Apocalypse came, one country had shut down its borders in response to a major terrorist attack. Now Fortress Britain is the last bastion of the living. And one international team of supremely elite special operators are humanity’s last best hope for survival. Supremely trained and armed, always the most skilled, resolved, and unstoppable amongst us, now the …

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Written on Aug, 06, 2012 by in

A world fallen – under a plague of seven billion walking dead A tiny island nation – the last refuge of the living One team – of the world’s most elite special operators The dead, these heroes, humanity’s last hope, all have… When the Zombie Apocalypse came, one country had shut down its borders in response to a major terrorist …

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Written on Dec, 17, 2011 by in | 3 Comments.

Just a few answers for the people who have asked, and I’m surprised at how many of you there are now! The Corridor IS the last the current Diary of the Displaced series, but I never said to anyone that we would never be hearing from James, DogThing and friends ever again. I’m far too invested in those characters to …

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Written on Nov, 28, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

Zoe winters has posted (and recently updated) a blog post about achieving what a lot of people consider to be “the impossible”, as in a 10,000 word day. Yes, ten thousand written words in one day… The most I’ve ever managed so far is 4,500 words in a single day, and my brain was so befuddled that I had to …

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Written on Oct, 14, 2011 by in | 1 Comment.

When I was about eight years old a very good friend of mine introduced me to a game called The Call of Cthulhu. A roleplaying game using the cheapest 4k monitor. For those of you that don’t know what one of those is, I suggest you go look it up. At the time I had become an avid reader, but …

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