Monster Giveaway (+ Review Calls)

I’M GOING THROUGH a Stephen King phase at the moment.

I’ve read Misery, The Shining and Carrie in the last fortnight. Even though I’ve seen the movies for the first two, they really come alive in the text. So much so that its ignited my love for reading again. Read more

What the Funk?!

The discipline I had in Colombia, cranking out 3,000 words virtually every day, has left me.

I’ve been back in Ireland for over two weeks now and time seems to be a little more fleeting here. At least that’s how it seems when you have English channels on the TV again – Damn you Wimbledon and Euro Championships. Read more

Spectrum – A Short Story – Released Today

Spectrum - High Resolution

My short story, Spectrum is released today across Kindle, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and other platforms.

This is my first foray with the shorter story format, and something I really enjoyed.

It took me about two weeks to write, and I managed to secure a really cool cover which summarises the theme nicely.

Here’s the synopsis: Read more

A Free Short Story, Subscriptions and Ch-Ch-Changes

Spectrum - High ResolutionIn the last two weeks I’ve been working on a short story. That, combined with promoting Pathfinders (Book 1) and getting Sigil (Book 2) ready for her big date night has killed any spare time to blog.

So without further ado, I’d like to introduce…


Here’s the blurb:

The human brain decodes only 0.0035% of the entire electromagnetic spectrum. A tiny fraction which our eyes recognise as ‘visible light’. Read more

Marketing Tactics For A Debut Novel – Reviewed (Part 1 of 2)

Goodreads Giveaway

AT THE START of February, a month before the launch of my debut novel, I put on my marketing and sales hat to figure out ways to drum up some publicity for the book.

While I have a decade of experience selling other companies products, I was having trouble finding that fine line between offering something of value in a non-pushy manner, and shamelessly whoring my wares across social media. Read more