It’s Fantasycon this weekend and Tim will be in attendance. You can catch him bright and early on a panel at 10am Saturday morning.
Does Anyone Get Out of Here Alive?
Can there be hope in Horror, or are unrelieved despair and gore the essence of the genre?
He will also be at the PS Publishing book launch at 5pm on Saturday where amongst many other titles “Shifting of Veils” will be released. For those of you who won’t be in York you can pre-order now from PS Publishing. There is an unsigned edition or a 100 copy signed hardcover. All details on the book page here.
Some other news to catch up with.
Tim has written another collaboration with Christopher Golden, a novelette called FAULT LINES. More details to follow.
Tim has a story in the “Letters to Lovecraft” anthology due from Stone Skin press on December 1st, pre-order and read more details here.
“The Silence” is due for publication in April 2015
More exciting news about the forthcoming movie of my story, PAY THE GHOST. It’s due to start shooting next month in Toronto, and as well as starring Nicolas Cage, the female lead has been announced as Sarah Wayne Callies, perhaps best known as Rick Grimes’ wife from THE WALKING DEAD.
Check out the details here.
More news as and when it comes in, but it’s all very exciting. Already mentally planning a local premiere…
August 12th, 2014 • Posted in News
Launching in early September at Fantasycon in York, the final part of the Apocalypse Trilogy….
July 23rd, 2014 • Posted in News
Sometime soon it will be Tim’s Birthday again, we couldn’t afford him the carbon graphite super bike he wanted, so here’s Tim and his bike immortalised in cake – Happy Birthday Tim !
July 23rd, 2014 • Posted in News
Star Wars – Dawn of the Jedi: Into the void was released in paperback in the UK this week. Check the book page here for some ordering links.
Tim has the following stories out now or due soon:-
Terror Tales of Wales – Order from the publisher or Amazon uk
A new story “ CLOWN’S KISS” will appear in the anthology In Mint Condition: 2014, from Ambannon Books, due to be released later this year. You can pre-order here at a discount.
Jonathan Maberry is editing a series of all new X-files stories for IDW Publishing and Tim is one of the authors who will be appearing in the series.
The Novella “Shifting of the Veils” will be released at Fantasycon and will complete the trilogy started with Naming of Parts and continued with Changing of Faces.
Nicolas Cage is signed on to star in the movie version of my story PAY THE GHOST. Details here. Exciting news, but there’s still a way to go. Watch this space!
May 9th, 2014 • Posted in News
Just a reminder that if you are in Cardiff tomorrow morning (Saturday 10th May) Tim will be signing at Waterstones from 11am until around noon.
Copies of Star Wars:Dawn of the Jedi, and Alien:Out of the Shadows will be available, and I’m sure he’ll be more than happy to sign anything else you bring along (including but not limited to body parts, livestock, halibut)
For a limited time (until 1st May) you can download my Noreela novella VALE OF BLOOD ROSES free on Kindle! What are you waiting for?
An end of April catch up starting off with a sneak peak at the cover for “The Silence”
Appearance News – On Saturday 10th May at 11am Tim will be in Cardiff Waterstones signing his ALIEN and STAR WARS novels. Pop in if you’re around!
The short story “Skin and Bone” will appear in Ellen Datlow’s new anthology “The Doll Collection”. Due out from TOR in spring 2015
With Coldbrook recently released in the US there are a number of new interviews and articles
My zombie apocalypse alternate reality thriller COLDBROOK (it’s also a love story and a road story), is out now in the USA thanks to the mighty Titan Books!
I’ve been looking forward to its release in the USA for quite some time, and I’m thrilled with the job Titan have done. They’re a true pleasure to work with. The cover is amazing, and I’m doing loads of publicity — interviews, blogs, etc. So you’ll either be sick of the sight of me soon, or … just buy the book, immerse yourself, and miss it all.
To kick things off here are two glorious reviews, one from SF Signal, the other from Examiner.com. Nice!
Publishers Weekly also gave it a lovely starred review.