I've written a guest post for All Things Jill-Elizabeth, just published today, looking at the two camps of people who enjoy conspiracy fiction — the ones who believe in conspiracy theories and the ones who just think it's villain-heavy fun. Head on over if you're a conspiracy fan! Jill also published a review of Million… Continue reading Tin foil hat wearer? Or do you just love conspiracy thrillers?
A new year gets all of us thinking about new things. Resolutions, goals, plans—stuff like that. I’ve just moved house. That’s the biggest new thing I have to share. For the last four years I’ve lived in a town called Aldershot. Famous as the home of the British Army and birthplace of The Hobbit star… Continue reading There be changes round these ’ere parts
Warning: this review contains spoilers the size of elephants. 2016’s Zootropolis is the first animated conspiracy thriller to come out of the Mouse House. It’s been called a “conspiracy thriller for children”, but as we all know, most Disney films hold just as much appeal for adults as they do little’uns, if not more. What… Continue reading Movie Review – Zootropolis – Disney’s first conspiracy thriller
I'm super-pleased to announce that my short story, The Babushka Lady, will be published later this year! It's been selected to appear in a time travel-themed anthology called The Chronos Chronicles, due for print and electronic publication by Indie Authors Press in spring/summer 2017. The Babushka Lady is the latest of the Million Eyes Short Stories to be accepted… Continue reading My story “The Babushka Lady” will be published in time travel anthology “The Chronos Chronicles” later in 2017!
Hello readers! Just thought I'd drop by and let you know that Storgy Magazine will be publishing my short story Paul on November 23rd ! Paul was originally shortlisted in the Aeon Award 2015 and very close to making the top six (so said the editor). It will be the fourth Million Eyes Short Story to be published, after Who… Continue reading My short story “Paul” will be published by Storgy Magazine on 23rd November
My extra blog for this week looks at Dan Brown’s 2001 novel, Deception Point, one of his few non-Robert Langdon tales. Full spoilers for Deception Point ahead… Deception Point is about a government intelligence analyst called Rachel Sexton who is summoned by the President to help on a NASA discovery of enormous magnitude. We learn that NASA… Continue reading Book Review – Deception Point by Dan Brown