amwriting, Gothic Fiction, Pagham-verse, The Crows, world building

NEW!! Folklore of Pagham-on-Sea

New eBook! Free to Newsletter Subscribers Buy from Amazon (you can just change .co.uk in the URL to .com or .fr etc manually, and you'll land up on the same product)! Buy from Smashwords!Add to your Goodreads Library! A very short companion book to the Pagham-on-Sea 'verse, Folklore of Pagham-on-Sea Vol. I is now available… Continue reading NEW!! Folklore of Pagham-on-Sea

amwriting, Pagham-verse, world building, Writing Prompt

#WriterlyWiPChat: July Q&A Week 3

Days 15-21 Share a line from your WiP [Work in Progress] or make one up! THIRTEENTHp. 22 ~ Beta Version, no contextWes grinned, smoke wreathing between his teeth and scrawling his vice across the dark, cold street. He took another vicious, glowing drag. “Still want to know what I’m doing this evening? Cos it still… Continue reading #WriterlyWiPChat: July Q&A Week 3

amwriting, Gothic Fiction, Pagham-verse, The Crows, weird fiction, werewolves, world building

Summer Holidays in Pagham-on-Sea

Look what arrived! I’m pointing at roughly where Pagham-on-Sea is in the second pic.FUN FACT: There is a real Pagham (!) near Chichester (West Sussex) which I completely didn’t realise when I came up with the name. I already had a plausible etymology for mine too...! O.o pic.twitter.com/Cwn7VBeGU8— Overheard in Pagham-on-Sea (@OverheardPos) August 14, 2019C.… Continue reading Summer Holidays in Pagham-on-Sea

amwriting, Pagham-verse, world building, Writing Prompt

#WriterlyWiPChat: July Q&A Week 2

Days 8-14 Something you like about your characters that's not necessarily the popular opinion. Oooh a tricky question, glad I'm not having to constrict my thoughts to 240 characters in a tweet... ~THIRTEENTH- Ricky Porter was one of the most popular characters in The Crows, and he's a gift of a character to write. I'd… Continue reading #WriterlyWiPChat: July Q&A Week 2

The Crows, weird fiction, world building

Fan Art!

I've had some awesome fan art from 'trie, a concept artist who discovered The Crows via the Romancing the Gothic book club. I've shared it on my Twitter and Insta but sharing here as well with the original illustration by Tom Brown, the artist who illustrated the eBook and paperback versions of the novel. Ricky… Continue reading Fan Art!