Impasse with Salmonweird. Considering Self-Publishing early Next Year

One of the most pleasurable pieces of fiction I’ve ever written, Salmonweird is a 70k-ish supernatural crime comedy about a retired detective living in a small Cornish village as the only human. The remaining residents are all ghosts, representing 2,000 years of the village’s history. It was clear from after finishing the first couple of […]

Dead Heat Zom-Com Hard Copies – OUT NOW!

I’m very pleased to announce to you today that my zom-com Dead Heat is now available as hard copy editions. Corporate team building days can be fun and when three friends: Jim, Mike and Tony are told this year’s event would be the Dead Heat zombie race, where they would be chased by aspiring actors […]

Spoof, Parody or Satire? And what’s the Difference?!

Humour can be a difficult creature to catalogue, especially when the laughter is at the expense of people, institutions or creative works that would be familiar to the intended audience. While I was writing Dead Heat which, by the way, was my very first attempt at anything that could be vaguely classed as comedy, I […]