***SPOILER WARNING – SPOILERS FOR THE LAST JEDI – SPOILERMCSPOILERFACE – YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED*** So I finally got round to going to see The Last Jedi yesterday. I took boys 1 and 2, who saw it when it first came out. Amazingly, they had […]
I recently reviewed Punchdrunk’s new show, Kabeiroi, for the Guardian.
I was planning a nice, sensible series of writing-related blog posts over the summer, but they haven’t quite happened yet, and I’m about to be internet-lite for four days. So I thought I’d try a real-life writing experiment. We all know that novels need conflict, characters […]
Since yesterday was flying ant today I thought I might post a short story of mine that took third place in the HE Bates short story competition last year. The Look of Leaving Lots of things happened that summer, most of them blurred and worn […]
Great review from Tor.com
So, the launch party has happened, the pre-order copies are starting to arrive and the reviews are coming in. The Space Between the Stars has been released into the wild, and now there’s nothing to do but wait and see. It feels a bit like […]
There’s been a little flurry of publicity for The Space Between the Stars in the run-up to its US launch on 13 June. It’s an Amazon.com Sci-fi Best of the Month pick – here It’s in The Verge’s summer reading round-up… Another summer round-up […]
In the run-up to publication day I’ll be taking part in a blog tour. First stop is wordsfromareader for a rundown of my dystopian fiction recommendations.
I’m delighted to announce that I’ll be talking to the Post-Apocalyptic Fiction Club at Waterstones Piccadilly on 12th June. This is will be my first public event after the publication of The Space Between the Stars and I’m fortunate enough to be appearing alongside veteran writer, Deon Meyer.
I’m very excited that The Space Between the Stars has had an early UK e-book release after being selected for an Apple ibooks promotion over the recent bank holiday weekend. It is now available on Apple and Kindle platforms. Kindle edition on Amazon UK […]