Sunday, 4 December 2016

Dragonmeet 2016

I had a great time yesterday at Dragonmeet. This year, as well as selling my own books - with both Alice's Nightmare in Wonderland and Shakespeare Vs Cthulhu proving popular - I was also manning the Fighting Fantasy stand, at which Steve Jackson did a couple of signings during the day.

Books, beautiful books.

Steve Jackson signing for fans.

It's always good to catch up with friends like James Wallis (who had just delivered the PDF of Alas Vegas to the Kickstarter backers in the early hours of the morning), Tony Hough (who presented me with a print of his artwork for Shakespeare Vs Cthulhu), and Graham Bottley (with whom I discussed plans for Advanced Fighting Fantasy at Fighting Fantasy Fest 2).

Tony Hough, Laylah, and Stuart Lloyd.

And it's always a pleasure to meet my readers, who ranged from ten to three-score years and ten.

This finely-mustachioed gentleman was asking if there were plans for a ninth Ulysses Quicksivler novel.

A talking of FFF2, that was the big news that we broke at the event yesterday. In case you haven't hear the news yourself, Fighting Fantasy Fest - the convention dedicated to all things Fighting Fantasy - will be returning in 2017, to mark the 35th anniversary of the publication of The Warlock of Firetop Mountain.


Christmas Explained: E is for Elves

Why do elves labour beneath the North Pole in Santa's toy factory, and have they always been the innocuous little characters they are today? Find out in Christmas Explained: Robins, King and Brussel Sprouts.

And don't forget to Elf Yourself, and your friends and families, this year!



Saturday, 3 December 2016

Christmas Explained: D is for December 25th

Just why is Christmas celebrated on 25th December? The answer lies within Christmas Explained: Robins, King and Brussel Sprouts...


Dragonmeet 2016 is here!

Dragonmeet is back, with its largest number of exhibitors yet, at the new venue of the Hammersmith Novotel.

And I'll be there all day, and I will be joined by Steve Jackson - creator of the Sorcery! series, author of the Fighting Fantasy novel The Trolltooth Wars, co-creator of the Fighting Fantasy series of gamebooks, co-founder of Game Workshop, and godfather of the UK gaming industry - from around 1.00pm.

So why not drop by stand Q10 and be among the first to hear about some very exciting news...


Thursday, 1 December 2016

Robin of Sherwood: The Knights of the Apocalypse

If you were wanting to buy a copy of my novelisation of Richard Carpenter's Robin of Sherwood: The Knights of the Apocalypse, but you just missed out, you'll be pleased to hear that it's back on sale over at Chinbeard Books and you have until Sunday to place your order.

So what are you waiting for?!? Treat yourself to an early Christmas present from Sherwood Forest!