After crossing the border into the world of book trailers for Fears of a Clown, I've carved out another parcel of video for Wild Frontiers. So, grab a mug of coffee off the fire and settle yourself down. https://youtu.be/vNuiCgl4cCM
We continue our ride through Wild Frontiers with an extract from my story ‘Through Dry Places’, a tale of the darkness that presses at the fringes civilisation. Orlin rolled out of his saddle just before it dropped from under him. Seemed his horse’d finally gone the way of an honest man in court: staggering along … Continue reading Wild Frontiers: Through Dry Places
We continue our ride through Wild Frontiers with an extract from Misha Burnett's ‘Mystery Train’, the tale of a man who discovers sometimes you don't have to be good, you just have to be good enough. “Did you see much action during the war, Mr. Moriarty?” Isaiah Cotton, the Salt Lake City stationmaster asked. Sean … Continue reading Wild Frontiers: Mystery Train
Wild Frontiers is out in the world. With all of the niggles that seem to surge forth just prior to release out of the way, I can focus on the fun bit of my job again: great stories. Over the next several days, I'll be sharing a little more about the tales, not all weird … Continue reading Why West?
Wild Frontiers: Nine Stories of the West is now available in ebook and paperback. Pick up a copy from your favourite retailer here. The Frontier: the line between civilisation and the unknown where pioneers rely on a strong will and a dead eye not big city laws. A land where the sweat you shed makes … Continue reading Saddle Up for the Wild Frontiers
My latest anthology, Wild Frontiers: Nine Stories of the West is currently being roped and branded. I have a couple of things to finalise before I set the release date, but I wanted to share the rather pleasing cover art. The artist was inspired by one of the stories in the anthology. I think they've … Continue reading Glimpse of the Wild Frontier
Things have got a little busy here. When I decided to commission Fears of a Clown in addition to my other projects, I thought I'd tidily filled the my schedule for the first quarter of the year. Since then I've received a request from a magazine to submit, two rewrite requests on short stories, and … Continue reading Throats Dry with Dust