Posts Tagged ‘Science Fiction’

The C Word

Is Cyberpunk still dead?


Audiobook Sample on SoundCloud for the Hangman’s Daughter (Bastard Legion Book 1)

“Four hundred years in the future, the most dangerous criminals are kept in suspended animation aboard prison ships and “rehabilitated” in a shared virtual reality environment. But Miska Corbin, a thief and hacker with a background in black ops, has stolen one of these ships, the Hangman’s Daughter, and made it her own. Controlled by […]


The Hangman’s Daughter: Book 1 of the Bastard Legion series released on Ebook on the 26th of January

Black Ops, convict mercenaries, a bullet riddled, blood soaked SF thriller from the author of Veteran, War in Heaven and the Age of Scorpio trilogy.


Artwork for Part 4 the Japanese Edition of War in Heaven!

Stunning artwork for the fourth part of the Japanese edition of War in Heaven.


Artwork for Parts 3 of the Japanese Editions of War in Heaven

Part 3 of War in Heaven is out in Japan today from Tokyo Sogensha and once again the cover is absolutly stunning! You can see the covers for Veteran here and the covers for the first two parts of War in Heaven here.


Everybody Be Cool, This is a Robbery

(Spoiler Warning: The below contains mild spoilers for the films Akira, Ghost in the Shell and Appleseed, as well as my first two novels Veteran and War in Heaven.)


Artwork for Parts 1 & 2 of the Japanese Editions of War in Heaven

So after last week’s post of the amazing covers for the Japenese edition of Veteran from Tokyo Sogensha, I can now reveal the first two covers of the four part translation of War In Heaven.  Part 1 is out this month, part two is out in October.  I’m sure that you’ll agree they are every […]


Beautiful Japanese Editions of Veteran

Cover art from the Japenese Editions of Veteran.


The Beauty of Our Weapons

So last week Crises and Conflicts, an anthology celebrating the first 10 years of the superb NewCon Press, was released, along with its companion anthology Now We Are Ten. The last story in Crises and Conflicts is by yours truly and is called the Beauty of Our Weapons (with apologies to Leonard Cohen) and I have to say I’m very pleased with the story. It is set in the same world of the Age of Scorpio trilogy, and contains a number of cameos from a few familiar faces. It tells the story of a technological immortal who is present at a number of turning points in military history connected to weapons development (with the normal: it’s fiction caveat). I was lucky enough that Ian Whates, the owner and editor-in-chief for NewCon, chose BoW as inspiration for the cover art. There is however a problem with the story, it is inspired by a facet of my personality that I am not entirely comfortable with: my fascination with weapons.


Theme Tunes

Music that inspired the Age of Scorpio trilogy.


Getting Your Iron Age On

Reccomendations for Iron Age fiction.