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…)
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?
Black Library has released a new Warhammer 40,000 audio drama compilation, Champions of the Eternal War. With scripts by David Guymer and Ian St. Martin, it also includes “The Art of Provocation”, my Lukas the Trickster story, which appeared as part of last year’s Black Library Advent Calendar.
You can purchase Champions of the Eternal War in either digital or physical format from Black Library. Why not grab a copy today?
As 2016 kicks its last, 2017 circles the dimming fire, yellow eyes alight with eagerness. It’s hungry, this new year. Ready to pick the bones of the old, and yours as well, if you let it. I suggest avoiding that, if at all possible.
Anyway, here’s how I handled 2016. And how I’m planning to handle 2017. (more…)
It wouldn’t be Christmas around here without a showing from the Royal Occultist. This year, rather than a free story, I’ve gone one better. The long promised audio version of “Iron Bells”, as performed by Richard Gough-Thomas (Charles St. Cyprian) and Ruth Narramore (Ebe Gallowglass) has finally arrived, just in time for some holiday listening.
You can listen to “The Royal Occultist: Iron Bells” below, or download it, as well as the previous audio adventure, “The Royal Occultist: Case Files”, for free from https://royaloccultist.bandcamp.com/ You can also drop a bit of money, if you like, which is always appreciated these days.
And if you’re still in the mood for some horrific holiday tales, why not check out the free-to-download digital collection, The Royal Occultist: Haunted Holidays? It includes several fan-favourite stories, including “Krampusnacht” and “The Dreaming Dead”, as well as a wonderfully pulpy cover by MD Jackson.