Million Eyes II: The Unraveller has an official release date! It's coming on Friday 27th August as an ebook, so if you fancy some light reading for the bank holiday weekend... (I say 'light'. It's not really. It's actually rather dark in places – but always good fun 😆) It'll then be released as a… Continue reading Million Eyes II: The Unraveller coming out as an ebook on August 27th and a paperback on November 8th
Million Eyes launched at Waterstones and it was the best night of my life
I'm not exaggerating when I say that last Friday was, hands down, the best night of my life. At Waterstones bookshop in Farnham, Surrey, I launched my new SF conspiracy thriller novel, Million Eyes, alongside my publishers, Elsewhen Press, and surrounded by family and friends. It was a brilliant success in spite of Coronavirus and… Continue reading Million Eyes launched at Waterstones and it was the best night of my life
The Million Eyes teaser trailer has landed!
The book trailer for Million Eyes is here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOLjecCfNSo This 1-minute book trailer is a teaser trailer and the first of two. A further trailer will be released on publication day (January 10th 2020) and will offer a couple of extra tidbits about the novel. As you know, you can already read a chapter of… Continue reading The Million Eyes teaser trailer has landed!
Christmas is nothing to do with Jesus… The final book in “The East Pudding Chronicles” is released
Evening all! As you know, in addition to writing about history's biggest mysteries and conspiracies each week — and working on the Million Eyes Trilogy and the Million Eyes Short Stories — I've been writing a series of children's books for the last five years called The East Pudding Chronicles. I've just released the fifth and final book in the series, The First… Continue reading Christmas is nothing to do with Jesus… The final book in “The East Pudding Chronicles” is released
“Rachel Can See” becomes the first Million Eyes short story to be longlisted
One of the completed Million Eyes short stories, entitled Rachel Can See, has been longlisted in the annual InkTears short story competition. Whether it will be shortlisted and eventually published remains to be seen, but it means Rachel Can See is getting a little bit closer to publication. Without giving too much away, this is a conspiracy story… Continue reading “Rachel Can See” becomes the first Million Eyes short story to be longlisted
The latest on the Million Eyes Short Stories
As I've now got three short stories set in the Million Eyes universe in production (two virtually completed), I thought I would dedicate a page to them and explain a bit more about what they are. This page is now live and titled The Million Eyes Short Stories. I've also added a short blurb about the first book in… Continue reading The latest on the Million Eyes Short Stories