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A Pessimist Is Never Disappointed

  So, yesterday was launch day for my latest book, The Apprentice In The Master’s Shadow. It pretty much went as I anticipated, meaning I don’t have a bestseller on my hands, nor am I likely to have one at any point in the next couple of years. I’ve not yet bothered to check how... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Left Hand Of God By Paul Hoffman

THEY TOLD HIM HE COULD DESTROY THE WORLD   The Left Hand Of God (The Left Hand Of God Trilogy, Book 1) Paul Hoffman Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Razorbill Format: Paperback, 437 Pages Date: 6th January 2011 (First Published 2010) ISBN-10: 0141333553 ISBN-13: 978-0141333557     Ever pondered what type of story disappoints a reader the... Continue Reading →

Planning For The Future

  So today is the final day of the pre-release showcase for my upcoming second fantasy novel, The Apprentice In The Master’s Shadow, which is released next Monday. While I am excited by the prospect of my readers finally getting their hands on the book, my thoughts have already turned to what the future holds... Continue Reading →

Better Late Than Never

  When my upcoming second novel is published next week it will be almost a year late. An argument can be made that the delay was avoidable, but the process of writing The Apprentice In The Master’s Shadow was such a valuable learning experience that I wouldn’t change how things ultimately panned out. It was... Continue Reading →

The Rehabilitation Of An Anti-Heroine

If you’ve been following my writing career from the beginning, you may recall some of my ruminations on Kayden Jayta, the protagonist of my first book, The Exercise Of Vital Powers, during its participation in the 2017 SPFBO competition. While writing the book, I was aware that she was a risky character to employ as... Continue Reading →

Get An Advance Copy Of My Next Book

The release of my second novel, The Apprentice In The Master’s Shadow, is a little under three weeks away, and today I have finally been able to start sending out advance copies to select readers. Ideally I would like to send out a lot more copies to prospective book reviewers, so between now and publication... Continue Reading →

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