The infamous book pile grew considerably over Christmas, although not as much as it might have. I’ve been resisting temptation wherever possible. It’s a struggle. I dipped into the world of E-Books to pick up Forests of the Heart by Charles de Lint. Mr de Lint is a cult figure in contemporary fantasy but hisContinue reading “Vampires, Caesar and Fairytales”
I am tapping this out on my new Ipod Touch which is the closest thing to a portable computer I have ever encountered. Aren’t Xmas presents great? The keyboard is a little fiddley so please excuse the inevitable spelling mistake. I’ve always had something against the gap between Xmas and new year. Who knows why?Continue reading “The Gap”
My new story Circe’s is now available to read online in the January issue of Serendipity magazine. It’s very nice to see the story out doing its thing. Circe’s in Serendipity magazine.
My review of Cabinet des Fees no.2 is up on The Fix. Styled as ‘a fairytale journal’ Cabinet des Fees was one of my best reads of the year. Check it out if you like engaging, intelligent fantasy with a literary edge.
My short story ‘Circes’ has been accepted for publication in Serendipity. January’s issue takes on the theme of ‘consumerism’. http://www.magicalrealism.co.uk
A week since Egypt and I have failed to post my magnum opus covering our travels there. It is sitting half written in my drafts folder. Maybe I will finish it one day soon when I have a spare number of moments. First, a brief update. I am full steam ahead on the Writing IndustriesContinue reading “Muse Me”
Available Now Read the first review on The Fix