Here begins the edit pass of an upcoming book that I’m going to refer to as tKC.
Some stats to begin with – since I won’t be talking about a previous phase of editing here, I’m just going to fill in some details of the actual book so that people have an idea of what I’m talking about. Continue reading
Hey everyone. I’ve been away for a while because of Worldcon, but I’ve finally found some time to get things written.
That Little Nightmares series is about to start, I promise. But I’m also doing something else at the moment that I want to run concurrently, because it’s going to be a little patchier than the rest of the cohesive series-esque-type-things that I do. Continue reading
You know the drill by now. I like being opinionated about things, and I like analysing stories. This is yet another blog post about how I like to do it. Continue reading
Quick personal update. Everything is pretty much booked and ready — I’ll be at Worldcon this year in San Jose! Super excited — I’ve never been to America before.
If anyone happens to be there, I don’t have a dealer’s stand at all, but you can message me on Facebook or Twitter if you want to catch me while I’m there.
That, or look for the one with the purple hair and the look of existential confusion.
I’m looking forward to the trip!
Hello, thorny topic. Good to know I’m getting into one of these again so soon after a big hiatus.
I’m an editor, and a big part of my job is making sure that spelling and grammar are correct in people’s writing. Or at least, correct enough. I’ll get to that in a sec. Continue reading
I get it. Sometimes liking things is embarrassing.
I’ve certainly liked media that, for whatever reason, I keep an I-would-tell-you-but-then-I’d-have-to-kill-you policy on. But those are getting fewer and further between, honestly. Not because I’ve suddenly started liking things that are better quality. That is manifestly untrue. Continue reading
It’s here! The day when you can purchase a copy of The Ferryman’s Apprentice of your very own!
I won’t make this too long — there’s only so many ways you can say “yay! I’m giving you an opportunity to spend money!” before you start sounding demanding and/or unreasonable. So quick reminder: This doesn’t mean I’m taking down the free chapters online, this is just for folks who don’t like the website way of reading things.
You can find the e-books at:
Or, if physical is more your speed, pick up a physical copy at:
If you like what I do but you don’t want a copy yourself, as always, you can throw a few bucks my way on Patreon, or just tell a friend that there’s an awesome story floating around the Intertubes.
Hey all! Quick update because things do sometimes go in my favour!
New date when you can purchase The Ferryman’s Apprentice Part One as an e-book or a print book is the 6th of June!
Reiterating: This doesn’t mean you can’t read the online version for free anymore. This is just for those who want to own a copy, or (yes I’m an optimist, I’m aware) would like to contribute to my eventual writing career. The full text of The Ferryman’s Apprentice will always be available for free as long as this website is up and running.
Regular bloggy thought will return soon, and expect a new chapter of The Ferryman’s Apprentice Season 3 this Monday!
Here we have it, friends.
The long-awaited, much-hinted arrival. The Ferryman’s Apprentice is getting a formal release. Continue reading
I’m sure you all know how this works by now, but I didn’t get any ideas for a third buffer section, so you get this instead.
Season 3 of The Ferryman’s Apprentice starts next Monday.
If you have friends who might like the story, now’s a good time to get them into it, so they can catch up before the new content starts! [/shameless plug].
Hope that the long-time readers are interested in seeing what happens next! I know I had fun trying to write this next season!