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Eastercon 2015

I had a lovely time at Eastercon, this year held at the Park Inn, Heathrow, which wasn’t anywhere near as awkward to get to as I feared. I travelled down with John and Sara Moran and managed to get extremely … Continue reading

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Attending Eastercon – Dysprosium 2015

I’m looking forward to getting together with a bunch of writer friends at Eastercon. I’ll be travelling down to Heathrow on Thursday and staying until Tuesday morning. Come and say hello. You’ll mostly find me in the bar or whatever … Continue reading

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Eastercon Schedule 2015

I’ll be at Eastercon in a few weeks time (at Easter, so no surprise there). I suspect that mostly you’ll find me hanging out in the bar, so please come and say hello. My official schedule is here: Panel – … Continue reading

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2014 – Looking Backwards and Forwards – 2015

Looking back to 2014 2014 is the year I achieved my ambition and officially became a novelist with the publication of Empire of Dust in November. I’m still slightly surprised – even though I’ve known since mid 2013 that it … Continue reading

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Bristolcon Schedule

Bristolcon is on Saturday 25th October I’ll be travelling to Bristol on Friday (arriving around 3 p.m.) and returning home Sunday morning (staying over in the convention hotel) so if anyone is hanging out in the hotel, I’ll see you … Continue reading

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My Updated Loncon-3 Schedule

I’ve got an extra Loncon-3 panel on Thursday 14th August – so here’s the full (confirmed) rundown of where I’ll be. Hope to see some of you there. Extrapolation on Screen Thursday 18:00 – 19:00, Capital Suite 4 (ExCeL) SF … Continue reading

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That Difficult Second Novel

One of the panels I attended at World Fantasy Con was on writing that ‘difficult second novel.’ As I suspected none of the panellists had easy answers. Most of them were in the process of or had just completed their … Continue reading

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