GWIII — a taste of what’s to come

For your reading pleasure: Here’s a little bit of what’s coming up in GWIII. From GWIII: Five men ranged in front of their employer. They were scruffy, muddy, but capable; their weapons were clean, their hands dirty, as they were advertised. They were scuffed up. The lord took in the bruises on one, scrapes on another. He shook his head. “You couldn’t keep hold of one puny boy?” His voice was full of disgust. The Read more…

Forthcoming Short Story Collection from NewCon Press

I’m pleased to announce that a collection of my short stories will be published by NewCon Press as part of the new Polestars series edited by Ian Whates. I’m very excited to be part of this anthology series. I’ll be in good company with authors including Jaine Fenn, Emma Coleman, and Teika Marija Smits. They are the first three authors in the series, with more to come. To learn more about this series, check out Read more…

What the Dickens, Stephen King!

I just saw IT. And a few days ago Jack Conner reminded me that it was Stephen King’s birthday. Whereupon I commented that King is the Charles Dickens of our time. Some writers are meant for the age in which they write — King, Austen, Norah Roberts — and they achieve success and adulation while they’re around to appreciate it. (The rest of us ink-stained wretches, alas — well, that’s another post for another time). Read more…