Terminus Point

So, given that the Old World is fast approaching its terminus point, it behooves me to point out that it is entirely likely that the range of Warhammer Fantasy-related tie-in fiction of all shapes, sizes and lengths, will join it in the apocalyptic fires of the End Times. As in, they’ll go out of print. Which means that if you ain’t got ’em by now, you won’t be getting them.

Now, it’s possible that this is simple hyperbole on my part, but who knows? Certainly not me, which is why I’m writing this. So why not grab a copy of one of the following books before it’s too late? Continue reading


So, there’s been some discussion across the interwebs about what folks ought to read, in order to fully enjoy The Return of Nagash. Seeing as I’m the author, I thought I might make some suggestions. Naturally, many of these suggestions will have also been authored by me, because I just got my royalty statement, and I would like to goose those numbers a bit for next time. So, without further ado, let’s see what’s on my End Times list, shall we?  Continue reading


The last day of the year, bar one, sees the release of not one, but TWO, short stories by me over at Blacklibrary.com. Ghoul-King is a novella length story split into two handy-dandy bite-size chunklets for ease of digestion: “Conqueror of Worms” and “Empire of Maggots”. The novella is a side-story to my novel, Master of Death, which came out a few weeks ago as you may or may not recall. Links and blurbs below. Continue reading


Black Library has released a look at my forthcoming novel, Master of Death on their blog today. Master of Death is the second book in the ‘Blood of Nagash’ series, focusing on the wacky antics of the primogenitors of the vampiric bloodlines of the Warhammer world. They’ve also released a look at the brand-spanking new edition of the first book in the series, Neferata, which I’ve talked a bit about before.  For a bit more about Master of Death, keep reading.  Continue reading