New Story at The Singularity!

As a sort of early Christmas present, you can read the brand new shaggy-SF story The Day Brockwell Park Stood Still ABSOLUTELY FREE over at The Singularity. Don’t say we never give you nothin’, huh?

The SingularityThe Singularity, for those unfamiliar with the magazine, is a SF and fantasy fiction magazine, based in London, England, that publishes short stories that are singular in voice and style. You can buy back issues in print and e-formats over on Amazon, and I recommend you do so. 🙂 Click the pic to get there!

The Day Brockwell Park Stood Still, meanwhile, spans the galaxy in under 1000 words, with a cheeky nod or two in the general direction of Iain M Banks and Peter F Hamilton. Do enjoy, and have a Merry Berry and a Happy Flappy!

 

 

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A Singular Sale!

I’ll return to loudly trumpeting the forthcoming release of Heir to the North soon (October 23rd worldwide, fact fans, and available for pre-orders now!) but meanwhile, it’s time to celebrate and buff the knuckles for another reason.

The Singularity - Issue 1.
The Singularity – Issue 1.

The new and rather spiffy magazine The Singularity – details here, on sale here – has taken on my shaggy-dog epic space opera The Day Brockwell Park Stood Still. A galaxy-spanning whirl of first contact, bad puns, and nods to the Culture, all in a bite-size portion, it walks small and thinks big. A bit like The Singularity itself – a magazine that is well worth checking out.