So. In July, North America gets DARK SKY, just over a year after DARK RUN came out. But then, hard on its heels in October (October 10th, to be exact) comes the third in the quintology (assuming I get that… Read moreDARK DEEDS release date and cover art!
Last weekend I went to Scarborough for Scifi Scarborough 2017. Getting there was a small adventure. I’d planned my route out, noted it down on a page in a notebook which was open on the seat next to me for… Read moreScifi Scarborough
A quick reminder that this weekend it’s Scifi Scarborough and I’ll be there with a table and some books (and also my band’s CDs, just in case) in Artist’s Alley. So if you see me, come and say hi (and… Read moreTO SCARBOROUGH!
Well, Nottingham mainly. HOWEVER, I will also be around and about at a few places doing The Author Thing, and here they are: SCI-FI SCARBOROUGH, 8-9TH APRIL I’ve never been to this before, but I’ve been told by J.S. Collyer that it’s… Read moreWhere I’ll Be In 2017
Today, the USA saw Donald Trump sworn in as their 45th President. It’s no secret to say that I despise the man and what he stands for, and think that this development is somewhat terrifying. Eight years ago I was… Read moreWho Killed Barack Obama?
I’ve been meaning to do a blog post for a while, covering stuff like Rogue One (it’s very good, by the way) and other general things, but I was a bit busy (or lazy) and didn’t, and now something rather… Read moreSome unsavoury company
Donald Trump. Egad. I mean, really? And the UK still seems to be pushing ahead with Brexit, without much sense of having a plan or even a clue. I’d much rather we didn’t leave the EU, but if we’re going… Read moreGood News in a Bad World
We’ve recently watched Luke Cage, and I thought I’d jot down some thoughts on it. The first thing to say is that although we’ve watched Daredevil we haven’t seen Jessica Jones. Reason? If you’ve worked for a homelessness charity for the… Read moreThoughts on Luke Cage
Well, that was rather fun! “That”, in this context, was this: On Monday evening I joined forces with Rod Duncan, Andrew Bannister and Deborah Install at the gracious invitation of Dan at Nottingham Waterstones to be part of a panel… Read moreScifi Panel At Waterstones – The Aftermath
I like Nottingham Waterstones: they put my books out onto display tables and other nice stuff like that. They also ask me to come and speak on a panel of science fiction authors. This panel will be taking place on… Read moreSci-Fi Panel at Nottingham Waterstones