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Shadow Company is born


I now have two stories in progress. One is an adaptation of fan fiction that I wrote for a game that I’m absolutely engrossed in. The other was based around terrorist attacks in Asia, and my work-based visit to Kolkata. Kolkata Heat will be the first one to be released and I am I considering … Continue reading

The art of the novella


‘Novels are the thing.’ Said the editor. ‘But I like to write shorter stories, less fluff, more action. More bosh for your dosh.’ Whined the author. ‘Novels are the thing.’ The editor huffed. And so the debate raged well into the night. Whisky was drunk and logs were burnt. In the end they parted ways … Continue reading

New Year, new start


Which is really quite a pretentious title, but for a certain aspect of my life is most certainly true. A couple of years ago, I decided to singlehandedly launch a publishing business. Unfortunately I didn’t get the interest I needed and I was then ill from October 2015 through to still (only much, much less … Continue reading

Blaise Maximillian comes many steps closer to being ready for editing


Ever since I let people know that I was going to self-publish a collection of Blaise Maximillian stories, I’ve been spending many nights staying up far too long writing. And I’m bloody loving it. Blaise is my kind of anti-hero, which is one reason why I’m enjoying it, but also because I’m able to do … Continue reading

I might have actually won the Euromillions


No, this isn’t an April Fool’s Day joke. What I’m writing about is the state of mind I experience the day after a draw. It’s a Schrodinger’s Cat way of thinking. At the point of waking, I can’t confirm whether I have or haven’t won. Therefore I have both own and not won at the … Continue reading

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