• News

    Cover Reveal: Rogue Arcanist

    This has been a long coming, but I’m finally ready to reveal the cover for my forthcoming urban fantasy novel Rogue Arcanist, set in modern-day London. So don’t hang about – take a look now…     You don’t know who you are until you’re threatened. Arcanists are born with the ability to manipulate reality with their spellcraft, their existence…

  • Reviews

    Review: Clockwork City by Paul Crilley

    “My name is Gideon Tau, but most people just call me London. (Because that’s where I’m from. Get it? Hilarious.) Three years ago, someone killed my daughter. I sacrificed everything (the human race included) to learn his name – and then had to allow that knowledge to be erased from my mind in order to save the world I’d doomed.…

  • Reviews

    Review: Sworn to the Night by Craig Schaefer

    “Marie Reinhart is an NYPD detective on the trail of a serial killer. When she sleeps, though, she dreams of other lives; she dreams of being a knight, in strange wars and strange worlds. On the other side of the city, Nessa Roth is a college professor trapped in a loveless marriage, an unwilling prop in a political dynasty. She’s…

  • Fiction,  On Writing

    A free Nick Teller short story

    “Twelve years before the events of Rogue Arcanist, Nick Teller is just a fifteen year old kid. Except that he’s a fifteen year old kid who’s also an arcanist, and he’s been sent into London to hunt something not from this world. Things can’t get any worse. Oh, wait… yes they can.” You’ve probably heard me banging on about releasing my…

  • Reviews

    Review: Strange Practice by Vivian Shaw

    “After inheriting a highly specialised, and highly peculiar, medical practice, Dr Helsing spends her days treating London’s undead for a host of ills: vocal strain in banshees, arthritis in barrow-wights and entropy in mummies. Although barely making ends meet, this is just the quiet, supernatural-adjacent life Greta’s dreamed of since childhood. But when a sect of murderous monks emerges, killing…

  • Reviews

    Review: Double or Nothing by Craig Schaefer

    The blurb for this book contains potential spoilers for those who haven’t read this far in the series, so rather than post it I’ll just link to it here. Double or Nothing is the seventh book in Craig Shaefer’s Daniel Faust series. I’ll assume some prior knowledge here (Las Vegas sorcerer involved in crime and mixed up with Hell, literally),…