- Beware ancient coins, they’re not always what they seem – warns Dave Weaver, author of Timekeepers
- Oddball, enjoyable and original – an interview with Mike French at the Alternative Magazine Online
- “excellent in every regard” – review of The Wages of Sin on Risingshadow
- “excellent, fresh and wonderfully satirical science fiction” – review on Risinghadow of The Multiverse is a Nice Place to Visit, But I Wouldn’t Want to Live There
- Much-anticipated new epic fantasy from award-winning bestselling author Christopher Nuttall
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I will not bore you with a transcript of what had to be the strangest council of war in the history of the British Empire. Did Drake know that the world had turned upside down when he prepared to face … Continue reading
Her chest rises and falls marking out time with the movement of air, muscle: the unbidden will to live. Before her the door is bricked in, the window boarded and sealed, the old lime wall drunk on carbon dioxide. Around … Continue reading
This month’s postcard from the future comes from a 23rd century exotic flower seller… * My working day is pretty ordinary I guess. Selling flowers to passers-by from my little booth at the west street entrance to the Nor’London Rocket … Continue reading
High above the barricade a flock of mockingbirds marked out a halo to the urban sprawl. Ripples of static on two-way radios mingled with the hum of traffic circling the cordoned off area. Then silence for a moment as everything … Continue reading
New York, 1776 Dear William It has been not too long since I last wrote you, but so much has happened in the last six weeks that I feel that I must put ink to paper to tell you of … Continue reading
This month’s postcard from the future comes from a 23rd century archaeologist… * I was keen to get involved when I heard about this project and I hope they use my postcard as one of the ones they send back … Continue reading
Hello diary. I won. There’s no other way to put it. Of course, it was nearly a week and a half ago now, so you’d think that I’d have been able to express in words exactly how it felt. And … Continue reading
Hello diary. This last week has been strange. I met some of my creators. And not just the people who devised the emotion chip – a couple of the engineers who designed my ‘brain’ made appearances as well.
Hello diary. I meant to do my entries last week as usual, but was dragged into a sudden whirlwind of activity around my case: I expected the hearing would be months down the line, but apparently, when your suit might … Continue reading