It's going to be a busy year for me, and like any busy person, the more you work the more people think you can do more... arrrgh. All I want to do is stand and stare and call it work, which it is sometimes. Anyhow, coming this year and some already here: A science fiction trilogy with an original premise. Yes bold and italics because original is hard to do these days in SF. However, this thought came bounding into my creative brain cell while standing on my pedals rushing up a Welsh hill. What if amnesia was infectious? What if no one was immune? So it goes. ARIA: Left Luggage is being released on August 1st and has a page athttp://www.ll-publications.com/leftluggage.html My Hot Air crime thriller is republished by Adventure Books of Seattle because the Dutch Arts Academy made a pigs ear of producing it.http://www.amazon.com/Hot-Air-ebook/dp/B0084OZL9E/ I have co-written a how to guide with another competition judge. For the second time I am the short fiction judge for the Helen Whittaker prize. Our Kindle guide is called How to win short story competitions and is doing well at Amazon in the writing skills category seehttp://www.amazon.com/How-Short-Story-Competitions-ebook/dp/B0083YRFI0/ I have 5 short stories of SFF genres in Ether Books. This is a new venture to sell shorts to people with handheld such as ipads and cellphones. My Doppelgangster was the #1 bestseller there last week. http://www.etherbooks.com look there for my other shorts too - Goliath (bullied as a kid, misunderstood as a man); In Absentia (man thinks he has amnesia until he discovers he is a little girl's imaginary friend); Don't Bite My Finger (a fun Zen koan-inspired Punk Monk tale). Anyone here going to FantasyCon in Brighton, UK, this autumn? Find me.
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Animal Rights, Education, Literacy, Cycling