Joe and his friends were sat on a very old bus, with frayed seat covers, graffiti on the back of the seats and a weird lingering smell that he couldn’t identify. A little after nine o’clock, the sky was only just beginning to darken, and the bus was now full. There was a buzz of noise and excitement.
Image credit: Visit Liverpool Like what you read? Pre-order Orphans of the Dead now. A man and a woman left the club, each leaning into the other with their arms around one another’s shoulders. A common scene at night in the city centre, but in this case there was something off about it. Charlotte Dáithín’s senses… Continue reading Orphans of the Dead: Chapter One
Laurent De Castelnau’s severed head sat in the centre of a cheap kitchen table, staring at the five captains gathered in front of him in accusation. In death his true face was now permanently on display. A yellow hue to his once smooth brown skin, sunken cheeks, two rows of pointed teeth and a ridged, protruding brow; the vampire face he had always been so careful to hide.
An announcement: Orphans of the Dead, my next novel and the first installment of the Armageddon's Offspring series, will be released on 29 March 2019.
It's the 1 November and we're officially into NaNoWriMo! For those who don't know, NaNoWriMo is National Novel Writing Month. It's an event which challenges people to write a 50,000 word novel in the space of 30 days. You can register online here and you can find me on the site here. I last took… Continue reading NaNoWriMo