Monthly Archives: July 2013

Ashes fever

It’s no secret to my nearest and dearest that I live a sordid life of secret addiction and with the first Ashes Test now complete, my cricketing dependence is only likely to grow greater in the weeks to come. But what a belter to kick things off: Agar’s 98, Bell’s magnificent century, a record breaking […]

Tomb of the Aeons update

So, some actual news on current works in progress now. I completed the first draft of Tomb of the Aeons, the third Seraph adventure last night and decided I’ll post a little teaser here. So here’s the opening paragraph. “The great dunes at first seem as unchanging as the aeons, yet one soon learns they […]

‘So many dark, exciting possibilities’ – a monstrous Interview with John Houlihan

Well things gather apace and as well as some splendid initial reviews, I’ve just had an interview published by the admirable Futile Position where FP’s estimable Michael was good enough to pose me a few questions. So head on over to their John Houlihan Q&A page where I have a chat about all things Trellborg, […]