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…)
Just dropping a reminder here that the first two instalments of the Blackshields audio-drama series are available to purchase in both CD and MP3 format. You can listen to excerpts from both on their respective Black Library pages, and download them via Black Library, Audible and iTunes. Click the images above to check them out at the Black Library website.
And as ever, if you enjoyed them, please consider dropping a quick review on Amazon or Goodreads, or even on social media.
We may be witnesses to a Biblical prophecy come true – ‘And there shall be destruction and darkness come upon creation, and the beasts shall reign over the earth.’
This past weekend, my second Horus Heresy audio drama, Blackshields: The Red Fief became available for order. A sequel to last year’s Blackshields: The False War, Red Fief finds Endryd Haar and his merry band of psychopaths raiding a World Eater tithe-world, in search of supplies and recruits. But as one might expect, they find more than they bargained for. (more…)
My newest novel, Lukas the Trickster, is now available from the Black Library. Today also happens to be the release date for the softback version of Eight Lamentations: Spear of Shadows, so that’s two books for the price of…well, two books. But one is slightly cheaper! And the other has a very fancy limited edition. (more…)
Quick note to say I’ll be at the Horus Heresy Weekender this weekend, signing books and talking about my forthcoming audio drama, Blackshields: The Red Fief. Or whatever you want to talk about, really. I’m not particular.
The Red Fief is a sequel to last year’s Blackshields: The False War, and finds Endryd Haar and co. on a collision course with a ghost from Haar’s past. It’s due for general release this summer, but will be available super-early for attendees of the Weekender. So if you’re planning on being there, why not stop by and say hello?