Updates –– White, Horrorfind, Return to the Mountains of Madness, etc

August 17th, 2011 • Posted in Book News, Random Stuff |

Hello again!  It’s been a while.  I love what you’ve done with your hair.  Got a few things to mention, so I’ll jump right in.

My novella collection WHITE AND OTHER TALES OF RUIN is now available as an ebook from Necon Ebooks.  Ordering details and other stuff here.  There’ll be more ebooks of mine coming out soon, so watch this space for details.

In two weeks I’ll be at Horrorfind, where I’m one of the Literary Guests.  I’m so looking forward to catching up with some old friends who I haven’t seen for years, but it’s nice making new friends too.  Please come up and say Hi.  I’ll be at a table in the Celebrity Room during the day, and at the bar in the evening.  There’ll be books for sale, and you can also bring books along to be signed.  In fact, I’ll sign anything.  Within reason.

My ‘suddenly got a bit fit and am doing a bit of mad stuff’ craze continues, this time with the Mountain Trail Challenge on 17th September.  I’d love it if you sponsored me––doing stuff like this is fun enough, but it’s satisfying to know I’m also raising money for a good cause.  Later this year I’ll be asking again … I’m running the Cardiff Half Marathon in October, a mountain bike race the same month, then the Sodbury Slog in November.  There are also some Coastal Trail races I’m going to enter, and next year I’m already considering entering a trail marathon or two (as well as tackling the Welsh 3000s with the same gang I did the Three Peaks Challenge with).  Love it!

I’m currently working on revisions on my new novel for Orbit (if you read ECHO CITY, please do leave a review on Amazon), a new novel with Chris Golden, and loads of other stuff I’m itching to tell you about.  And there’s Big News coming soon.

Watch this space!

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One comment on “Updates –– White, Horrorfind, Return to the Mountains of Madness, etc”

  1. Luke Walker says:

    Enjoy Horrorfind. Sounds like good fun. I’m halfway through Echo City – very impressive.

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