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!
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
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 front cover for Million Eyes is now live on Elsewhen Press's website! You can also read the newly written back cover blurb. Here's the cover. The new blurb is as follows: How do you fight an enemy who has a million eyes? What if we’re living in an alternate timeline? What if the car crash that… Continue reading Cover and blurb reveal for “Million Eyes” and a new short story collection on its way
A new short story set in the Million Eyes universe has been published in the latest anthology from Dark Tales, a well-known horror and speculative fiction publisher. Dark Tales has been running monthly short story competitions and publishing them in periodic anthologies since 2003. The story is entitled Eryl Mai's Dream and was shortlisted in… Continue reading New story “Eryl Mai’s Dream” has been published in Dark Tales Volume 17
Hello readers! Just a quick note to say that my interview with The Ginger Collect is now available to read on their website. Have a read by clicking the image below. The Ginger Collect recently published my short story, The Quiet Invasion, in Issue 6 of their online magazine. This is the latest of the Million Eyes short… Continue reading Read my interview with The Ginger Collect
The Ginger Collect, publishers of "the weird, the new age and the strange", have published my short story, The Quiet Invasion, in their latest issue. The latest of the Million Eyes short stories, The Quiet Invasion is set in the world of Million Eyes, in which time travel is possible but being kept secret by the powers that be. The Quiet Invasion is not,… Continue reading New story “The Quiet Invasion” has been published in The Ginger Collect Issue 6
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
My short story, Operation Loch Ness, has been published by online short story magazine Idle Ink and is available to read for free here. This is the latest of the Million Eyes short stories to be published, following Rachel Can See, Rachel Can Still See, The Charlie Chaplin Time Traveller, The Home Secretary is safe,… Continue reading My story “Operation Loch Ness” has been published by Idle Ink
A new year gets all of us thinking about new things. Resolutions, goals, plans—stuff like that. I’ve just moved house. That’s the biggest new thing I have to share. For the last four years I’ve lived in a town called Aldershot. Famous as the home of the British Army and birthplace of The Hobbit star… Continue reading There be changes round these ’ere parts
A nice email dropped in my inbox today. It was from Artificium, an independent publisher that runs short story competitions every spring and summer, and publish an anthology of short fiction, flash fiction and poetry two to three times a year. The email contained the shortlist for their summer competition and my name was among them!… Continue reading My short story “The Bisley Boy” has been shortlisted by Artificium
I wonder if I write about time travel because of a deep-seated longing to skip the utterly soul-destroying process of trying to pummel into the publishing industry and travel to a point in the future when I’m already there. Dunno. Maybe. It. Will. Happen. That’s what I have to keep telling myself. It’s what all… Continue reading “Million Eyes” updates and the soul-destroying search for a literary agent