Just a quick note to say I’ll be a bit scarce for the next month or so, both here and on social media. As some of you may be aware, my wife and I are expecting our first child in early September, which means I’ll be fairly busy for the next few…years?
Anyway, I won’t be gone forever, but this is your three minute warning that the blog might be fairly quiet for the next few weeks (or months). In the meantime, please feel free to enjoy some free fiction or consider checking out my Patreon.
Ulthar Press has released Pickman’s Gallery, an anthology devoted to Richard Upton Pickman, one of HP Lovecraft’s most enduring characters. Among other fantastic stories, it includes “The Ghoul’s Portrait”, my tale of thieves, ghouls and sorcerers. (more…)
A body drained of blood is found on Hampstead Heath. Three nights later, a white face is seen pressed against a window in Highgate. In Hampstead tube station, something titters in the shadows of the platform. In Surrey, a phone rings.
The agents of the Westenra Fund are on the case…(more…)
I’ve posted a new story for patrons over at my Patreon today. “La Chauve-Souris” is a science-fiction story of sorts – it’s also a monster story, and maybe slightly Lovecraftian? – and one that went in a weird direction. Originally, I conceived of it as a detective story, but that’s not how it turned out. (more…)