Books and Publications

Aside from being a regular reviewer for the British Fantasy Society, as well as writing articles and a column on electronic publishing, I've had the following books published.

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Apollo the Thirteenth.
From Bubble Books
Kindle edition

Alan, Carla and Mae are back, but wish they weren't. Harold's mucking about with them and their lives, Furteen's up to her usual tricks and God gets seriously involved.

Not only that, but a rogue archaeologist from Earth is trying to discredit Alan's knowledge by using an old Apollo Lander that shouldn't be there.

Action, adventure, comedy and romance are all involved as Alan and his family make another brave attempt at normality.Who will win, how many will die and what do God's cupcakes taste like?


Tempers Fugit
From Bubble Books 
Kindle and Paperback

Alan Carla and Mae are being dragged through time again...and they're fed up with it.

Alan (the father) wants a quiet life, Mae (the daughter) wants to meet her parents and Carla (the mother) wants to kill someone...very, very slowly. In the background sits Harold Kennedy, pulling the levers on his time machine as he plays with the lives of others as it is his destiny to do so.

Carla has had problems with her temper since the inquisition removed a piece of her brain, but she's beginning to realise that being alone is not such a good idea after all. Mae is a straight talking, simple girl who was born six months ago and is now nineteen, and has a cute little robot for a pet...if your definition of cute is the ability to incinerate a T-Rex. Alan is a successful author who has written about the future all his adult life, mainly because he was sent there when he was fourteen and got involved in a space battle.

How will it end? Will Mae's parents get married? Will Harold fulfil his destiny? Will Igor protect Mae? When will God drop in for tea?

All these and many more questions will be answered when you read Tempers Fugit.

It Can Be Done, It Should Be Done
(No longer available)

This collection contains four short stories published in various emagazines between 2007 and 2011.

Frank is the tale of a old car unwillingly helping an assassin to complete a job. Set at present day Heathrow, the story takes us inside the minds of cars, vans and lorries, showing us what they really think about Humans and each other.

I Weep For Them is set on a planet far away and concerns a lonley man who longs for his family to return.

Vehicles is a philosphical tale about life. Two people meet on an endless trek across a desert and join their vehicles, hoping to complete their journey together.

It Can Be Done, It Should Be Done is a very short story about revenge. A greedy man meets his nemesis.