Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes, England’s very own ‘Prince of Chill’, would have been 100 years old in 2019. To celebrate, Shadow Publishing has released a tribute anthology, Shadmocks & Shivers. It features fifteen stories inspired by the works of R. Chetwynd-Hayes, including my tale, “The Creeping Crawlers of Clavering”. Continue reading
Sockhops & Seances, the new anthology from 18thWall Productions, is now available. Edited by Nicole Petit (Speakeasies & Spiritualists, Silver Screen Sleuths) and including authors such as Kara Dennison and Jon Black, it also features a brand new Royal Occultist story by me. Continue reading
Do you enjoy playing Shadespire? Do you like stories of bleak nihilism, bereft of joy and hope? What about time travel? Ghosts? If the answer to any of those is yes, then you’re probably going to want to pick up a copy of my newest novel, when it comes out in September.
My newest Age of Sigmar novel, Soul Wars, is now available for pre-order from Black Library, as a limited edition, a hardback, ebook and an audiobook. Continue reading
EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing has revealed the cover for the forthcoming Gaslight Gothic: Strange Tales of Sherlock Holmes. Edited by Charles Prepolec and J.R. Campbell, Gaslight Gothic includes stories by Stephen Volk, James Lovegrove and others, including myself. Continue reading
I wrote a brief thing about my forthcoming novel, Soul Wars, for Black Library. It’s over at the Warhammer Community site, if you’re interested in reading it. And just a reminder – there’s a contest going on, with a special edition of Soul Wars up for grabs.
Today, I’m turning this space over to my pal, Bob Freeman, for a special guest-post in honour of his newest collection, First Born: Tales of the Liber Monstrorum, now available from Seventh Star Press. So, without further ado, here’s the Occult Detective himself, discussing Gene Rodenberry’s SPECTRE…