The night had been a hectic hey-go-round affair

Novel in progress: Working Title ‘Chef’

Due to his particular skills and previous history, a renowned chef at a top teppanyaki grill becomes a central person of interest in a soon-to-be-orchestrated heist. He finds himself gaining unsought attention from police and criminal masterminds alike, and is set on a collision course between them all, when he’d rather just go home and feed his cat. Continue reading “The night had been a hectic hey-go-round affair”

We begin at an insignificant little place, a desolate beacon standing silent out in the empty smog

Completed novel: The Memory of Blue Sky

Do you remember a blue sky? Not just blue, but wide as the eye can see blue, and deep, eternally deep? A vista at once calm and still, but free and full of dreams? So open yet somehow undeniably certain, and as much a part of the fullness of existence as breathing? Continue reading “We begin at an insignificant little place, a desolate beacon standing silent out in the empty smog”

‘A Marsh Walump!’

Completed Novel: The Captain, the Avaeste and the King

This adventure started for me as an experiment in semi-lyrical prose. But by the time I’d written 30 pages (in a spectacular two-day stint) I realised I loved the characters and story too much to let them go just yet.

What followed was an epic quest, (for me and for my new written-to-life friends), as we discovered how to traverse the Aethermarinus and remain intact. Continue reading “‘A Marsh Walump!’”