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Writing for the Black Library – Think you’ve got what it takes?


Writing for the Black Library is a dream for many fans of the Games Workshop universes set in Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40k. Its fans are legion and dedicated, and the universes are packed with ideas that have people salivating as they line up to buy the next Sarah Cawkwell, David Guymer or Dan Abnett book. Some … Continue reading

The Jade Suit of Death – by Josh Reynolds


Charles St. Cyprian is a royally appointed wizard, with an acerbic apprentice who prefers percussive conflict management to Charle’s more oral version. Together they find themselves battling demons, a lost Chinese antiquity, and their fellow man. Set in the 1920s, this is a rip-roaring jape of an adventure where fags, tea, bullets, kukhris and magic … Continue reading

Hope Restored – A Black Library Rejection


Last year I attended the Black Library Weekender as a Gold Ticket holder and was invited to submit a 1,000 word story to them. Unfortunately for me it got rejected, which means that I won’t be joining the hallowed ranks of the likes of Gav Thorpe, David Guymer, Josh Reynolds, Graham McNeil, and Dan Abnett. … Continue reading

Christine Morgan – Raus! Untoten! Author Interview


Social media is a valuable tool if you’re an author and you use it correctly. Incorrectly used, Facebook, Twitter and any number of other sites can suck your creative time into a black hole from which there is no return. Correctly used, it can help you reach out to your readers and find projects, such … Continue reading

Graham McNeill – Raus! Untoten! Author Interview


As many of you will know, I’m a fledgling author. The Raus! Untoten! project is my first as an editor of anthologies. Previously, the editing I did was more magazine aka martial arts journalism based, so I was very happy indeed to get this project. What I certainly did not expect was to get a … Continue reading

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