I joined the guys on the Fantasy Fiends podcast to talk about the many faces of addiction, a theme that crops up again and again in my fiction.
During the show we talk about compulsion and addiction and the ways authors can use those themes in their work.
Andy and Stevie also gave a rousing performance of my short story Basilisk on a Yellow Field from my short story collection Her Name Was Red.
Find the Fantasy Fiends podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, YouTube, and Podbean.
I was on the Story Studio podcast talking about my writing process and my background as a newspaper reporter and a freelance journalist.
They asked me about the writing of my Wasteland series and about the Ray Bradbury Challenge. I also talk about future projects and my philosophy on writing.
You can find the show on iTunes, Podcast Addict, and Acast.
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Abel ended the Family’s reign of violence, but a new terror is spreading through the wastes.
Self-proclaimed King Omar and his band of raiders are on a destructive path of death and devastation that will lead them straight to Trinity.
When Abel learns of the king’s intentions, he sets out to warn the people of Trinity of the danger that threatens to destroy their peaceful existence.
Can Abel lead this group of reluctant fighters against the battle-hardened forces of King Omar?
If you like emotional post-apocalyptic survival fiction, gripping action, and unforgettable characters, you’ll love King of the Wasteland.
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My short story Basilisk on a Yellow Field is now available on the 600 Second Saga podcast.
The story was first published on this website and features in my collection Her Name Was Red.
Listen to the story on series 2, episode 16 of the podcast here:
I am very excited to announce that my debut novel Wizard of the Wasteland is now available in paperback, Kindle, and Kindle Unlimited.
Wizard of the Wasteland is a post-apocalyptic adventure set a generation after the end of the civilised world. It follows the story of Abel, a reformed drug addict, who joins a travelling showman’s magic show.
When the pair come across a group of children being held captive by the brutal drug gang The Family, Abel must give everything he has to save them.
Early reviewers have said the book is like Stephen King’s The Stand meets Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, and offers a fresh take on the genre.
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I appeared on the January 16 episode Self-Publishing Journeys podcast to talk about the launch of my forthcoming novel Wizard of the Wasteland.
In the podcast I talked to Paul Teague about my launch strategy for the novel, my writing process and how I work as a severely visually impaired writer. I also spoke about my experience with the Ray Bradbury Challenge, and how inspiring it has been for my writing.
Read more at Self-Publishing Journeys.