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Bolt Action Scenario – Capture Captain Chumsley


Operation Sealion has begun. The forces of the Third Reich have crossed the English Channel, landing on the southern coast and sending elite forces deep in to Southern England to capture key objective points, and people. The allied forces are racing to either rescue, or kill, the boffins, whilst the Germans race to capture them. … Continue reading

Author Interview – James Downs


As part of the Raus! Untoten! PR drive, I have been interviewing the authors, the first is with James Downs,  author of Shadows in the East, a story that I believe is truly unique. Unlike most of the authors who were sourced from Facebook, James Downs came to the Raus! Untoten! project through a call for submissions in … Continue reading

Bitter Defeat – Blaise Maximillian


Well, I know that I’ve been saying it for a long time, but I’ve finally started to edit all of my Blaise stories so that I can publish them in an anthology of short stories, most like to be know as “Bitter Defeat Volume 1”. As many of you will know, I wrote some of … Continue reading

I’ve been INVITED to submit


Well, I must be doing something write – deliberate pun there, funny n’est ce pas? – because since I said at Christmas “This year I’m going to get published”, I have indeed been published and will in fact be published at least three more times now as well. On top of that, I received an … Continue reading

The cold embrace


The following is a story that was inspired by a couple of pencil sketches by Karl Kopinksi of two French cavalrymen from the Napoleonic era. I don’t know what setting that Karl had in mind for them, but I hope he likes this one! ***** Snow drifted slowly down, adding to the inches that had … Continue reading

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