Category Archives: Writing

The Hero Unmasked

I’ve been away for quite a while, and there’s a reason. For the first half of the year, I’ve been buried way-deep into the writing of “The Hero Unmasked!”, a CYOA for Choice Of Games. Well, the game was released … Continue reading

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So what happens now?

I submitted my manuscript on the 9th, so now it’s just a matter of waiting for an editor to be assigned to me. This could take a while; I know it was four or five months before “Too Many Controllers” … Continue reading

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A new year and a new beginning

Happy new year! Well, I’ve made the top three on The List, which essentially means that I get the prize of the Full Publication deal without having to worry about hitting the full 750. The contest ended on the 30th–or … Continue reading

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The Arthurian link in MatVC

It is now one week to Christmas, and a bit under two weeks to the end of The List. On the 30th, we shall see how our pre-order volume measures up against everyone else’s–I’m expecting a bit of jump in … Continue reading

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THE LIST

EXCITING NEWS! “Murder at the Veterans’ Club” has been selected for The List. This is a contest for book projects on Inkshares that have caught the eye of the Powers That Be–unlike other contests, participation is by invitation only. On … Continue reading

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Labour’s Letters Lost

It’s a little late in coming, but here we have it: “Labour’s Letters Lost”, the third instalment in the ongoing series of Peterkin Investigates IF mysteries. We’re stepping away from murder, this time: the crime here is the theft of … Continue reading

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Floor plans of the Vet!

The best way to visualise the scene of the crime is with a floor plan, and a number of old mystery novels included sketches to illustrate the author’s ideas of how the local geography or architecture work. So of course … Continue reading

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