Was Britain’s oldest missing persons case actually solved seven years after it happened? According to some historians—yes. If you’re a Tudor history aficionado, you’ve probably heard the name ‘Perkin Warbeck’. This was a man who turned up in 1490 saying he had a better claim to the English throne than the man currently sat on… Continue reading Did one of the Princes in the Tower survive?
I really thought this was gonna be a good'un. The trailers made it look great. And for the first few episodes, it was genuinely compelling, with lots of plotlines you expect to come together. Until they don't. The fact that new Netflix show The Stranger was billed as a conspiracy thriller made me assume something… Continue reading TV Review: Netflix’s The Stranger – not a good example of a conspiracy thriller, frankly
Phew! Now that I've stopped to take a breath, I thought I'd pull together an overview of what was an absolutely fantastic blog tour and crazy first week for Million Eyes, my debut professionally published novel from Elsewhen Press. They say that publication day can be an anti-climax. I recently read an article that made… Continue reading Blog Tour Roundup: Million Eyes is “tense”, “shocking”, has a “deliciously dark vein of humour” and isn’t just for sci-fi fans, according to reviews
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzgW-oOOCj0 The moment's arrived. After many years (almost *cough splutter* 12), Million Eyes is finally published. As part of Elsewhen Press's digital-first approach, the first book in the Million Eyes trilogy is now available to buy (RRP £2.99) in all ebook formats. Here's the link where you can buy it: http://bit.ly/Million-Eyes. The paperback will follow… Continue reading Million Eyes is out now in all ebook formats!
Here in Britain, we have a long history of assassinated kings and are still debating many of them. Here’s a countdown of the murkiest and most mysterious kingly deaths in the last thousand years or so… 5. Edmund I (died 946) Grandson of Alfred the Great, Edmund I was a Saxon king of England whose… Continue reading Killing Britain’s kings — 5 unsolved monarch murders
I've been getting some super-positive press for Million Eyes: Extra Time, the free-to-download short story collection that introduces you to the world (and antagonists) of my upcoming novel, Million Eyes, out on January 10th. Jill-Elizabeth awarded the book 5 stars, which she says is a rarity for her. She writes on her blog, All Things… Continue reading “Provocative, conspiracy-laden, entertaining, and delightfully crafted” – reviews of Million Eyes: Extra Time are in
Neil Armstrong was not the first man on the moon. Hitler was. He beat Armstrong by 27 years, according to a conspiracy theory that festers in the far reaches of the internet. As far as I can tell, these claims originate in a science fiction novel called Rocket Ship Galileo by Robert A. Heinlein. It… Continue reading The truth about the secret Nazi base on the moon
So I thought it was high time I got back to writing regular monthly articles on conspiracy theories, urban legends and mysterious/paranormal happenings. And boy am I starting with a corker! The Catholic Church has been concealing the fact that it was once led by a woman. As we know, the Catholic Church is one… Continue reading The secret female pope: is the Catholic Church covering up the existence of Pope Joan?
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!
The Million Eyes corporation has a website... have you seen it? It's at http://millioneyes.co.uk/. 😉 Elsewhen have also created a Million Eyes series page: https://elsewhen.press/index.php/catalogue/series/million-eyes-series/ If you've been following my social media, you'll know that I'm going on tour. A blog tour, that is. Organised by Rachel's Random Resources, it basically means that Million Eyes is going to be… Continue reading “Million Eyes” website, “Million Eyes” series page, blog tour details, “Million Eyes: Extra Time” cover reveal
What a crazy, busy and exciting year 2019 is turning out to be. First things first. Release dates. I can officially announce that Million Eyes, the first book in the Million Eyes trilogy, will be released on January 10th 2020 as an ebook, and March 9th 2020 as a paperback. The accompanying short story collection has been given… Continue reading The latest on “Million Eyes” and accompanying collection “Million Eyes: Extra Time”