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If you like The Thing…

Posted by Chris on March 25, 2009 at 16:42
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… then you'll love this video by the French synth-duo, Zombie Zombie.

I have added this link elsewhere on the web, but I don't think I've added it to this site – 'tis really is superb. :)

I ain't goin' to Bradford…

Posted by Chris on March 25, 2009 at 16:25
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Despite registering for Eastercon, I won't be attending again – if I'm too make my target for World Fantasy in San Jose later this year, then one needs to tighten one's purse-strings.

Of course, I will be at FantasyCon – wouldn't miss that for all the alcohol in Nottingham (which, naturally, will be drunk that weekend) – in September, and I'll probably be in Bristol in May for the Comics Expo.

Apart from that, not much news… T:III in print, definitely, next month.

So, without further ado, enjoy Eastercon and hopefully I'll see you there next April… :)

Tumbleweed?

Posted by Chris on March 1, 2009 at 21:36
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When you declare yourself on a hiatus, it doesn't take long for the tumbleweed to grow… of which I apologise. In fact, this new found lethargy has just made me realise that I've left work on Triquorum III way too late, which again I apologise for – I know, so many apologies: what I need is a good kick up the arse. :(

In the meantime, check out Vincent Chong's new site: I love the faux-Old West style font and look of the show. Being a new-fan of Deadwood it really strikes a chord (and do not click the link if easily offended…)

Whilst I recover from a sound kicking, I shall put T:III into top gear (without the Hamster at the helm) and continue to read for the "Big Re-Launch" next year (which isn't that far away… *cries*) Thus far, I could be publishing two mass-market novels along with a couple of novellas and a collection. As they say, watch this space.

Later this year, from Screaming Dreams look out for a three-part anthology of supernatural/horror stories either set in Wales or written by a Wales-based/Welsh author. So far, the possible ToC contains a list of new and "old" names.

In other news, can I recommend the new Prodigy album for your aural pleasure? No? Ah well, but you're missing out… ;-)