All the chat over the last few months here has been about The Moon King. Complete new baby syndrome, for which I make no apology, but I’m aware that the older siblings have been somewhat neglected. Especially jogging my elbow for attention is my collection, The Ephemera, which seems to have picked up a few sales on […]Read More Giveaway : The Ephemera
I’m always a little suspicious of people who make very detailed reports of what they got up to at conventions (seriously do you take continuous notes?), because when I get home the memories are already smeared and indistinct. What day did I talk to this person, or hear that author read, or discover that book […]Read More Back from the land of laughs
Just chuffed to bits to announce that my short story collection, The Ephemera, is now available as an ebook in various formats from Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Smashwords. It’s published by Infinity Plus’s new ebook division and costs less than a pint. So, if you missed the book in its initial printing and you’ve […]Read More The Ephemera ebook – out now!
Completed the work on the new edition of The Ephemera yesterday and delivered it to Keith Brooke at Infinity Plus. With a favouring wind it will be available to buy in various ebook formats very soon. I’ll post more details about it next week, but for now I can tell you that it contains all […]Read More Book delivered
I’m very excited this week to be able to able to announce that Infinity Plus’s new ebooks venture, which to date has featured a hugely strong roster of writers and has even more lined up, is going to republish my collection, The Ephemera. I’ve always been extremely proud of the marvelous job that Elastic Press […]Read More The (New) Ephemera
Had an interesting experience this week of watching an “as live” review of The Ephemera taking shape as it was being read. The reviewer was the very kind and legendary DF Lewis, and the review appeared story-by-story over a four day period. When you assemble a collection of short stories there are many considerations that […]Read More Would some pow’r the gift to gie us