* Well, no, not more. That’s it. But that should be enough! So here’s the inventory we will have with us at the Manchester MCM Expo on Saturday (wow, time has flown!): I will be signing everything. The books, comics, bookmarks, scraps of paper, people’s faces… I’m really looking forward to
I will be attending Manchester Comic Con with Kier Gill on the 20th July 2013. I’ll be selling my books (obviously). He’ll be selling the first issue of the Blood of Ages graphic novel (and some pictures of zombies or whatever else he feels like selling–I don’t know, I’m not
Those who know me know I love websites. I’m like a gnome (World of Warcraft, not Garden, variety) in that respect: I love to tinker. So I’ve done (yet another) overhaul of my sites, and reorganised my “online presence” into something more segregated, like so: I’m keeping my books, and
In association with Bewitching Book Tours, from the 1st to the 15th of March 2013, I will be whoring myself around various book blog sites on the Interwebz to promote “The Genesis” and also to do other, more interesting, things. Spotlights, Interviews, Guest Blogs, Reviews…you’ll get to see them all! Oh
A while back, I talked about how I didn’t want to release the paperback edition of “The Genesis” straight after finishing it, because I knew there’d be typos and the like. Well, after another two months’ worth of re-reading and proofing, the paperback is finally here. You can totes buy
So…it’s been a while since I did a proper update. In short, life’s been weird the last few months. I’ll probably go into detail on my personal blog once the dust has settled. In the meantime, here’s some updated links to updated versions of “The Genesis”, which now has significantly
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