This week has been fantastic, in terms of general success. First of all there was the Day Of The Undead signing. What an amazing festival - which I must say thanks to everyone involved, especially Terror4fun's Zombie Ed and Sean Page - author of War Against The Walking Dead, which I urge everyone to go and buy right now...or when you finish reading this post. Then I had a radio interview, in which I discussed zombies, horror in general and my own novels. First time on radio, and I still have no idea what I sound like, but I assume "flued-up" since I have been a bit under the weather. Waterstones and WHSmiths started stocking Dead Cells, as did Foyles of London, and I am hoping to add signings to my page in the days to follow this post. I have been accepted into May December Publication's charitable anthology "Waking The WItch", with my story The Witching-Well Hag. I am overjoyed to be featured with some of my favourite authors - and friends - in that particular anthology. So, after a magnificent week, and with half a 1st draft of Dead Frost already completed, I think it's safe to say that 2012 is going to be an absolute blinder.
And I can't wait.
Writer of bestselling "The Dead" Series. Author of paranormal novels, The Susceptibles and Deathdealers, and bizarro novellas Larry, Hamsterdamned!, Vinyl Destination, and The Human Santapede.