Busybusy with secret projects, but here’s a thing to be going on with.
Who’s up for a bit of culture? Specifically Shakespeare! (waits) Anyone left? Or was everyone poisoned by tedious literature classes? My confession: I love Shakespeare. I used to act(1) in an amateur dramatics company back in Reading and we did a Shakespeare every year in the Abbey Ruins, which was a pretty good venue for […]
So it’s January, and though I’m working up a post about non-human characters, it isn’t ready yet, so here’s some art. Firstly, a cartoon to kick the year off. A bit of Harry Potter in fact. I have gone one further than that, and recently acquired a drawing tablet, because drawing by hand and then […]
Just a little fun for December, which otherwise is looking bleak.
First things first, the cover for The Tiger and the Wolf is up, and very lovely it looks too. So I appear to have become the nemesis of Barry Nugent of Geek Syndicate who is… not fond of spiders. David Montieth, his co-presenter reviewed Children of TIme on the show (and has recently put up […]
Just a brief piece, as I am currently laid low with a severe case of the edits. I posted a while back about how I’d caught the podcast bug but good, and more recently went into some detail about Dissecting Worlds (whose espionage series has recently wrapped up). I have been expanding my reach into […]
One of the many things I am not is a webcomic artist. However, this was not always the case. My past has murkier things in it than you can possibly imagine. I once ran a strip for the BBC Berkshire website, and I have cartooned for Mongoose publishing (kind of briefly) and a few other […]