… is now ON SALE! Do you need me to say anything more about it? Go and buy a copy now. Buy 10. Buy 20. Buy 50. And if anyone fancies hearing me read my contribution, “Desert Culture”, come on down to Sparks 11, Upstairs at Three and Ten, Steine Street, Brighton next Tuesday, November […]
In this episode, we find out what the light in the sky above Glastonbury is and what connection it has to Sir Humphry Davy. From this point on in the story, we are hurtling inexorably towards a terrifying and dramatic climax wherein everything is revealed and all the loose ends are tied up – apart […]
Bit of serendipity today. As a result of following some new people on Twitter (I think mainly because they’re also in the “50 Stories for Pakistan” anthology, although I could be wrong), I picked up on another charity anthology, this time being produced by the people behind The Pages Magazine. All royalties for this one […]
Great excitement in the Mrs Darcy camp! Not only is the story hurtling towards its dramatic conclusion (although things are looking bad for the female prisoner of Rosings, and not just through lack of cake), but Mrs D has had her first in-depth review, courtesy of the lovely Kelly Yanke Deltener, who reviews Jane Austen […]
The third instalment of my PicFic love story went live on Friday, and here it is. A certain amount of neediness creeping in, I fear.
Wha’ happened? OK, so we missed an episode this Wednesday, and I also forgot to say anything about last Saturday’s episode. Any particular reason? Not really. Life got in the way, that’s all. However, seeing as we are getting close to the end of the first book in the series (see what I did there?), […]
The second part of my PicFic love story went live yesterday. It’s called “Week 1” and we have moved on from flirting over the meat counter to being, quite frankly, a bit soppy.
… in which Elizabeth and Wickham discuss post-modernism, Lord Byron talks about his stupendous balls and Colin the Carrier Pigeon makes a welcome reappearance. It’s all go, you know.
This is rather exciting. Some time ago I heard about Ether Books Ltd., a new venture being set up to deliver short stories to mobile devices via a custom app. I was more than a little impressed by the list of authors that they had signed up, including the likes of Alexander McCall-Smith, Hilary Mantel […]
We interrupt proceedings chez Lord Byron – just as the coq is about to be served – to take you right back to Bath for some slightly important developments …