The book trailer for Million Eyes is here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOLjecCfNSo This 1-minute book trailer is a teaser trailer and the first of two. A further trailer will be released on publication day (January 10th 2020) and will offer a couple of extra tidbits about the novel. As you know, you can already read a chapter of… Continue reading The Million Eyes teaser trailer has landed!
My debut professionally published book has been released by Elsewhen Press! An appetiser for the novel (out in January), Million Eyes: Extra Time is a collection of twelve short stories inspired by real conspiracy theories, mysteries and paranormal events. It's now available in all ebook formats – and completely free! Nine of these stories were… Continue reading Million Eyes: Extra Time – 12 time-twisting tales now available for free download!
Did you ever wonder if the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy might be connected? The lead character in my short story The Babushka Lady is on the trail of the killer — but is everything as it seems? The Babushka Lady is the latest of the Million Eyes short stories to be released. It's a time… Continue reading Were JFK and Marilyn Monroe’s deaths linked? Find out in my story “The Babushka Lady”, now published in “The Chronos Chronicles”
The Million Eyes short stories are standalone short stories set in the same universe as the Million Eyes Trilogy. Here is a list of all the stories that have been published so far, with little blurbs and links to where you can read them. Rachel Can See Rachel Evans is having memories of things that didn't happen.… Continue reading All the places you can read the “Million Eyes” short stories
I'm super-excited to have been chosen to become one of three new contributors to Time Travel Nexus, a website for time travel enthusiasts. It covers movies, books and TV series in the time travel genre, as well as discussion about real world research into the possibilities of travelling in time. Apart from my own writing… Continue reading I’ve joined the team at ‘Time Travel Nexus’ as a contributor!
A few years ago, online entrepreneur Jack Mord made a curious discovery in an album of American Civil War-era portraits — a 140-year-old photograph of Nicolas Cage! According to Mord, the photo is an original carte de visite (a type of small photograph) from circa 1870, taken by Professor G.B. Smith, a Confederate Civil War… Continue reading Nicolas Cage is a vampire
Who is Rudolph Fentz? was the first of the Million Eyes Short Stories to be published, way back in 2015 in Issue 68 of Scribble Magazine (and it won 3rd prize in their quarterly comp too). Since that issue of Scribble is long out of print, I've been looking for a magazine to re-publish it. Now Storgy Magazine,… Continue reading Did Rudolph Fentz time travel? My short story about the famous urban legend is now published in Storgy Magazine
Bonsoir les lecteurs! I'm back from my long bank holiday weekend in Disneyland Paris, but due to a big rush of copywriting busyness on my return, I'm afraid a new mystery/conspiracy article will have to wait till next week. In the meantime, I come bearing news about my short story, The Charlie Chaplin Time Traveller. The second… Continue reading My short story “The Charlie Chaplin Time Traveller” has been re-published in Suspense Magazine
Here’s a thought. Jesus of Nazareth wasn’t the son of God at all. He was a time traveller. His miraculous abilities were the product of technology and medicine brought back from the future. And his ‘resurrection’ was just him returning to the future. Go on. Prove me wrong. It’s Easter, the time of year that… Continue reading Jesus didn’t rise from the dead — he went back to the future
In 1889, well-drillers discovered the Nampa figurine, a mysterious artefact that really puts a spanner in the works of modern evolutionary theory. But I have another idea. What if the figurine is proof that time is not as linear as we all thought, but a big ball of wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff? On August… Continue reading The Nampa figurine — more evidence that time travel is real?
George Clarke is an award-winning film director, screenwriter, producer and founder of independent film company Yellow Fever Productions. Best known for his micro-budget zombie horror flicks, his sixth feature film, The Blood Harvest, won two awards at the 2015 Freak Show Horror Film Festival in Florida. But back in 2010, George shot to worldwide attention for an… Continue reading Talking time travel, Charlie Chaplin and Donald Trump with filmmaker George Clarke
Happy Halloween! You can now read a sneak peek of my new short story and honourable mention winner, Rachel Can See, the latest of the Million Eyes Short Stories, published in Metamorphose Volume 2. A Facebook user has already given the story a positive review: "Good story about a woman who is convinced she is not crazy."… Continue reading Sneak peek of my story “Rachel Can See” now available to read!