Branches scraped against a window pane and suddenly she realised she didn’t know where she was. The last thing she remembered was a ship, the cold, the ice, the brittle sea. Then the thought slipped away into the darkest recesses of her mind, to sit there, elusive, waiting to tantalise her waking moments with unknown and unremembered images and thoughts.
Ever had the feeling you’re going round in circles and never getting anywhere? I get that a lot with trying to figure out why a book sells or a free book is downloaded. I have three free books I give away all the time, see the links at the end of this piece. For no […]
If there’s one thing in this life that is certain, it’s that there will always be someone out there ready and willing to steal your book from you. Picture this scenario A friend tells you about a great new service they have discovered, where you can buy best-selling books, any books in fact, on kindle, […]
Sorry to disappoint, Disney haven’t called and asked me to write the script for the next stage in the Star Wars saga… nor are they ever likely to I hate to admit. But, here at Chez Kane in the middle of Cyprus, we’ve gone fully cinematic digital with the addition of a HD video camcorder […]
The ninth of several extracts from my soon to be published science fiction novel. Title: The Ragged Edge of Time. Genre: Science Fiction, Time Travel, Alternate History. You can read other extracts clicking #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, 7# or 8#. Callie Gideon had blacked out as the TimeSlip device had pulsed, he slowly regained consciousness and was immediately aware […]