Ring the Bell

William Meikle’s “The Mouth of the Ness: The Loch Ness Monster Vs. Kraken”, the first instalment of 18thWall Productions’ new novella series, Cryptid Clash!, is now available as a Kindle download.  (more…)


Conqueror of the Crawling Contest

The Crawling Contest of Ghur officially closed last night at midnight, leaving me with around fifty entries to pore over. And believe you me, that was no easy thing…they were excellent, each and every one. From Tyler Mengel’s slick-looking Retributors to Amy Snuggs’ wonderful Dread Saurian, each entry displayed such an impressive level of skill (not to mention reminding me just how *bad* I am at painting miniatures…) that I wish I had a few dozen more copies of the book to hand out.

But, alas, I’ve got just the one. So, this morning, I made my choice, based on various highly scientific metrics (i.e. what I thought was cool). And the winner is… (more…)

Ye Olde Yog Sothery

Jonathan Green, editor of Shakespeare Vs Cthulhu, has posted a sneak-peek of the cover over on his blog, and it’s pretty swell. He also talks a bit about what goes into choosing a book cover. Why not go check it out?

Also, if you haven’t seen it, I’m holding a contest, with a signed copy of my newest novel, Skaven Pestilens, up for grabs. I’ve received about thirty entries so far, but there’s plenty of time to get yours in, if you’re interested.

The Crawling Contest of Ghur

So, here’s the thing…I don’t have enough space in my office. And I’ve got too many books. Especially books with my name on them. Stacks and stacks of contributor copies, taking up valuable shelf space. Periodically, I’ll give these away, one or two at a time, or else dump a load on some unsuspecting charity shop, but I’ve decided to change things up this year. Try and be a bit clever about it, yeah? So, I thought: contest. Everybody likes contests, right? (more…)