Hello, gentle readers. When I started the book in 2013, it was because I didn’t know if I could write a book. It was a worthwhile question to put to myself. In 2015 I was about to self-publish, and my editor Siobhan recommended it to my now publisher Gary Compton. I don’t think I can ever thank her enough for this chance. Now the date has been set. I will be published on March 7th (that’s this Tuesday) for everyone to read - or not. And that is a terrifying prospect. I expect
I've just written the closing chapter of Gunboy's sequel, 'Disconnect' (Working Title). And it's the first book I've written from notes to novel without a screenplay in between. The difference? Well to start, I realised I can't read when I'm writing. I took a break mid way through and enjoyed Stephen King's Dark Tower, and it screwed me up. When I went back to it, I found myself emulating the great Mr. King in the way a four year old emulates Ironman. I now have two terrible
Drum roll... Te Dah! This is the artwork from legendary artist Jim Burns. Honoured to say the least. I thank Gary Compton my publisher and Siobhan Marshall-Jones for having faith in the book in the first place. To think my name now shares a list with Phillip-K-Dick blows my mind. Here's the cover he did for PKD: Anyway, dear readers the book looks good to be coming out early next year. No date yet, but my last round of editing starts next week and I've been told to dust off m
Very excited to announce Leighton Evans is joining Tickety Boo Press with his Cyber-Thriller, set in a divided Britain, (very apt in the current aftermath of Brexit and the disintegration of the political opposition) where politicians grind the country between the cogs of their machinations.
An idealist, lost in war torn streets, a cybernetic enhanced soldier at odds with his mission and a child who knows nothing but murder, must stand together to United a Kingdom.