Well, it *has* been a while since I was last here, hasn’t it? Well, I have a good reason for that, and here it is:
I wrote a sci-fi novel about people who live in giant cities that travel across a frozen planet. It’s also on sale right now, on Amazon, in delicious kindle form right this very second and now also in lovely dead-tree form!
Here are some links for you, if you’re interested.
Well, it’s been a while hasn’t it? I suspect that’s because I’ve been writing another book, and now you can read it!
The ebook is up on Amazon (here’s a UK and a US link for you!) and the print version s
hould be available sometime next week. is now available too!
It’s an ebook on Amazon, it’s a print book, it’s completely and 100% available however you like to read things! Go, go read it and tell me if you think it’s any good!
Tell other people.
Tell your dentist.
Go on, be lovely.
So, here we are then.
After fiddling with the manuscript for far too long, getting the cover drawn up, sending it to agents three separate times, and writing a whole new book in the mean time, Lore and Order is finally ready for you to read.
Right now you can only pre-order the ebook version, but you don’t have long to wait. It’ll launch on the 19th of September, which is also when I’ll open up the print version for purchase. So, if you are one of those chaps or chappettes who prefers your books as a book and not as a file, don’t think I’m leaving you out in the cold this time.
Anyway, this page is going to serve as the basic hub of information for the book. Where and when you can buy it, that sort of thing. It’ll be updated as the days roll by.
So, where to get the book (in order of which version I would prefer you to buy, but feel free to ignore that for your own personal preference):
Amazon Ebook: Here!
Not-Amazon Print: Here!
Amazon Print: This probably won’t be available for ages because of how long it takes to shove this stuff through, but when it is, it’ll be on here too.
A friend of mine is working on a little indie game that is sort of a dungeon crawler in space.
I’m doing all the in game logs, and I’d forgotten I had written this one.
This isn’t even a story, it’s just a stub so I can remember something I thought up to be used in something else later. Probably.
So here’s the thing: agents get to read lots of stuff. Why should they get all the fun? Here, you can read the same amount of my book that they can!
Click here for lovely PDF book-read goodness. It is about a warlock.