The Horseman’s Dream: A Tale of Conspiracy, Corruption, Cruelty and Conditioning in Post-Disaster Britain
It’s taken me nearly 20 years to write The Horseman’s Dream: its origins lying somewhere in the ashes of the Twin Towers and the ensuing maelstrom of disinformation. It’s about something good that still exists in a bad world. This is the best story I can come up with to frame the notion of a…
Street Carnival in Birkenhead, UK 1902
What a great photograph. Is it any wonder that A Smaller Hell is set in this weird and wonderful town?
Mark Twain’s Rules For Writing
Mark Twain’s rules for writing seem straightforward and still relevant. Do you agree? Comment below. 1. A tale shall accomplish something and arrive somewhere. 2. The episodes of a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale, and shall help develop it. 3. The personages in a tale shall be alive, except in the case…