Welcome to my little corner of the internet. My name is Josh Reynolds and I’m a freelance author, which is to say that I make things up for a living. It’s not a bad way to make a buck, all things considered.

I have been a professional author since 2007, and I have written and sold a number of novels in that time, some relating to media tie-in franchises, including Gold Eagle’s Executioner line and Games Workshop’s Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40,000 lines.  I have also written and sold a number of shorter fiction pieces, including short stories and novellas. An up-to-date list of my published work can be found on this very site.

Said site is a way station of sorts-a central hub for shameless self-promotion, if you will. While in my past attempts at maintaining a regular social media presence I endeavored to update daily, or weekly, the truth of the matter is, I simply don’t have that much to say, and I’d rather spend my time writing about dragons and space marines than writing about the latest hot topic. I make it a point not to talk politics or religion (unless it’s in a pub, and you’ve bought me a beer), and I try not to comment on matters that don’t concern me directly (unless it’s in a pub, and you’ve bought me a beer). This isn’t to say that I won’t occasionally share an unasked for opinion here (or in a pub, after you’ve…you get the idea.), but it’ll be a rare thing, I’m afraid. Still, if you want to know more about me, I have been interviewed several times.

Should you wish to contact me for whatever reason, I can be reached via a number of social media outlets, including About.meFacebookTwitterTumblrGoodreads, and Linkedin. I can also be reached via the comments section of this site, and I encourage you to do so.

Too, I’m more than happy to answer any questions you might have about something I’ve written. Unfortunately I cannot read your fan-fiction, unpublished novel or short story. I also cannot give you writing advice, put you in touch with my editor or introduce you to another author.

All that said, I hope you visit often, go safely, and leave behind some of the happiness you bring.