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Combat – Why I like writing about it so much


Combat. There’s nothing I like more – aside from coffee – than reading or writing about combat. I’m not talking about mental-based combat such as psionics or magic, I’m talking about the physical, the visceral, weapons-based and empty-handed combat. I’ve always enjoyed writing about such things, often to the consternation of my primary school teachers. … Continue reading

My Full Contact Zombie Experience


As many of you will know, I write about, and edit, stories based on the Zombie genre. Not something I planned to do, but it just happened. I’m also a bit of a ‘what would I do in that situation?’ and I was – and still am – positive that I wouldn’t be as chronically … Continue reading

Time’s Arrow by Jonathan Green – A Review


First things first, Jonathan Green is one of the most humble authors I have ever had the pleasure of meeting, almost as if he truly is not aware as to just how good he is. Fortunately, this makes writing this review easy. Time’s Arrow – released on November 13th 2012 – is the eleventh book … Continue reading

Blaise Maximillian – Perfume, the scent of love


Perfume, the good sort, had the ability to make an attractive woman beautiful and a plain woman attractive. The delicate art of perfumery had always captivated Blaise. The way that they took supposedly unrelated scents and oils and mixed them to produce elixirs of beauty entranced him. It truly was the scent of love. One … Continue reading

Blaise Maximillian – A meal ruined again!


Blaise loved the taste of rice pudding. It was the combination of the creamy taste caused by the milk and the lovely sweetness of the sugar. The skin on top was his favourite part, and he relished the way it coated his front teeth as he scraped off from the rather fine piece of silverware … Continue reading

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