How the devil are you?

Well, it’s been a few months since my last post, so I thought I’d fill you in on what’s been going on.

First of all, work on my new book has been progressing…. slowly. It’s like each word is being handcrafted by sloths, overseen by a middle-management made entirely of snails. This isn’t due to a lack of inspiration (I seem to have ideas falling out of every orifice at the moment) but purely due to the fact that the procrastination monster keeps stealing my time. I know, it’s terrible. So, what am I going to do about it? I’m going to make a change…

Part of this change is to update my blog on here at least once a week, if not more. Since I clearly won’t be releasing a book every week (wouldn’t that be wonderful?), I will be writing about a variety of other things as well. You’ll get to read about stuff that’s inspiring me, stuff that’s annoying me and, of course, I will be keeping you up-to-date with my current book’s progress. Sound cool? Good! Let’s make it work! If you catch me slacking, give me a shout on Twitter and crack the whip. I need your help!

Slacking aside, I have been filling my time with lots of things. Mainly, I’ve been reading a lot of books. While I’m here, I thought I’d point you in the direction of a few of them…

The first book I’d like to recommend is the fantastically original HEX by Thomas Olde Heuvelt. It’s a really captivating tale of the supernatural in the modern age and one with a truly satisfying ending. I don’t want to give too much away, so I’ll leave it there… but, do yourself a favour and grab this book!

Ok, next recommendation…


I’m a big Warhammer fan and I usually collect Space Wolves (because, really, who doesn’t love Vikings in Space?). However, I recently decided to build a new Dark Eldar army, purely because they look cool and they seem fairly twisted. In a bid to see just how twisted they are, I decided to read Andy Chambers’ Path of the Dark Eldar (Dark Eldar Trilogy). This book gives a great insight into the world of the Dark Eldar and, with three novels and a handful of short stories, it’s definitely good value for money. Oh, and I love Motley the Harlequin. Such a brilliant character!


… And that brings me to the book I’m reading now, Dark Webb (The Dark Webb Series Book 1) by Harry Dayle. I’m about halfway through at the moment and, I’ve got to say, I’m hooked. Dayle is a compelling writer and I think I’ll be checking out more of his stuff in the future. And, by the way, this book is free! Give it a go – what have you got to lose!

So, there you go. Now you know I’ve been chilling out with some good books (and a fair bit of Warhammer!) and you also know that I’ve made a promise to post on here more regularly. Don’t let me break that promise! C’mon, I’m counting on you!

Until next time…

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