Imagine, every single story connected to another in some way, weaving a thread through space and time, with each story revealing something else, something perhaps trivial, or maybe deep and provocative, but each incrementally building upon the one before. Continue reading
After many years, two former school friends meet by chance. Or do they? Deborah — a high-flying corporate lawyer, now living in New York — remembers a sequence of events one way, while Ben — a travel writer and campaigning journalist — remembers them another. But why? What they uncover is more disturbing than anything they could have ever imagined. Continue reading
Perdition’s End is taking significantly longer to develop than I’d anticipated (for a number of reasons), but it is progressing.
In between puzzling over action sequences and continuity, I decided to learn how to touch type, which has helped ease the physical pain of writing. And I’m learning Spanish, again!
Just in case anyone was wondering why their talents aren’t attracting the successes they imagined. It’s a topic I’ve often considered myself, and I have a theory… Continue reading
A photographic collection of high-tech crack dens and post-apocalyptic survivalist home offices, gone wrong. If this is how the world is supposed to end, you can keep your damn armageddon!