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Warriors: Past to Present – A writer’s reference, and a writing challenge – Part 3 – Yorkist Man at Arms – Battle of Bosworth 1485


The amazing photographer, Thom Atkinson has recently published what he calls ‘Soldiers Inventories’ on his website. These photos are clearly a work of art and show a love for the subject that is sublime. Each piece is laid out as if it were part of a puzzle and every time I look at them, I spot something different, … Continue reading

Fighting Fantasy Fest – YOU are the hero!


Jonathan Green has announced that tickets for FIGHTING FANTASY FEST 2014 – the world’s first ever convention dedicated to Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks – are on sale now. Guests of Honour Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone will be giving a talk about how FF first came to be, artists Chris Achilleos, Russ Nicholson, Malcolm Barter and Tony Hough are … Continue reading

The problem with writing short stories …


is that every time I write one, I come up with the potential for a new world. I love worlds, this world and all the other worlds that people make up. I loved Shadowrun because it was such an amazing world. Cyberpunk & fantasy merged into a world that is ruled by Corporations, with some very … Continue reading

Fighting Fantasy – The 30th Anniversary; An interview with Jonathan Green


For those of you not familiar with Jonathan Green, he is an author who has an extensive catalog, and who is an expert on Christmas no less. Even more interesting is that if you type his name into google, as the search suggestions are coming up ‘Jonathan Green Execution’ is one of the suggestions. As … Continue reading

Facebook – Invite all of your friends to a page at the same time


A new friend I met in the world of writing  – Mr Jonathan Green – has decided to capitalise on the fact that he has written more Fighting Fantasy Books than any other mortal writer, and to celebrate 30 years of glorious murder, mayhem and mystery, by creating a kickstarter in order to fund a 30-year … Continue reading

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