I have a short story titled The Scales Of Injustice about to be published in Sharkasaurus! which is Volume IV of the Fossil Lake anthology series. The collection is edited by Christine Morgan and will be published by Sabledrake Publications.
My story is drawn from H. P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos and features a good dose of murder and mayhem.
Exact publication date to be confirmed but essentially as soon as the publisher has okayed the proofs from the printer.
More news soon.
My story The Hidden War On Terror will be published in Dark Designs: Tales Of Mad Science from Shadow Work Publishing – due out on 28th March 2017
The Hidden War On Terror is a darkly comic, Cthulhu Mythos inspired, Spy-Fi tale of cosmic terror and the workings of more than one kind of hidden inteligence…
More deatils soon…
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My short story Obelisk is in the anthology Phantasmical Contraptions & Other Errors
Obelisk takes place in an alternative-history version of the Victorian period and is set on a newly colonised Mars, where prospectors and miners ride steam-driven horses and clockwork mules, and where archaeologists search for traces of a lost, indiginous Martian civilisation.
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I’ve heard from JayHenge Publishing’s hard working editior, Jessica Augustsson, that my short story Obelisk is due to be published very shortly in an anthology titled Phantasmical Contraptions & Other Errors.
This is a steampunk themed anthology and looks to have an exciting and diverse line-up (more on that soon).
The exact date for publication is yet to be confirmed but it should certainly be in October (and of course I will be posting as soon as I hear myself).
I won’t give any spoilers but my own story is set on colonial Mars during the Victorian era and… well… wait and find out…
Title: Obelisk – coming October 2016
Short Story, 7250 Words
Steampunk, Adventure, Lovecraftian, Victorian Sci-Fi, Horror
To Be featured in the anthology Phantasmical Contraptions & Other Errors, edited by Jessica Augustsson, published by JayHenge Publiushing.
I’m delighted to be able to gloat that I had two more short stories accepted (by different publishers) yesterday.
One is a Steampunk adventure set on a recently colonised Mars during a divergent-history Victorian period. It features a hint of romance and some ancient, dark, Lovecraftian menace…
The other is a psychological horror mystery. It is a tale of hypnotism, dreams, past-lives, maddness, reincarnation, stories-hidden-within-stories…. and the most infamous serial killer. Ever.
I will of course be waffling on about these and other forthcoming stories endlessly… so expect more details soon.
I’m delighted to be able to announce that I have a new short story coming out in early 2017.
The Scales of Injustice – February 2017
Short Story, 5000 words.
Cthulhu Mythos / Crime / Mystery.
To be Published in the anthology Fossil Lake (Volume 4), edited by Christine Morgan, published by Sabledrake Enterprises
Coming in 2017 … SHARKASAURUS!
Anticipated Release Date: February 2017 in print and ebook.
Once again, the title should tell you all you need to know for the theme. Sharks and/or dinosaurs! We expect teeth. Lots and lots of teeth. Beyond that, pretty much anything goes. Fighting each other? Chomping teenagers on spring break? Teaming up buddy-cop-movie-style and learning to respect one another’s differences? The doomed romance of star-crossed lovers? Time travel? Monstrous hybrids? Magical musical singing and dancing? Bring it!
I currently have 10 short-stories with publishers (waiting for decisions on incussion/rejection from anthologies) plus two pitches for novellas.
My latest completed story is a supernaturally-themed Sherlock Holmes tale.
Before that was a modern Cthulhu-mythos murder-mystery.
As I’m currently writing three other stories I’d beter get back to work soon…