Looking at the apartment block made me feel colder than the wind did. It was a grim cube of concrete and steel, designed by a communist architect during an age that knew no joy, and the low winter sky leached the life from it like a sponge.
Month: March 2016
Michael Ironside plays the chief of police again
I've written the theme music to another imaginary 1980s film: The Roborg New York, 1997. The near future. When a living machine is sent back in time to kill the President's daughter the Pentagon has no choice but to release Major Rex Cobra from electroprison and give him back his laserfist. Half robot, half cyborg,… Continue reading Michael Ironside plays the chief of police again
Pestilence crossed his legs as the train rattled through Chancery Lane station. He'd been on the tube since South Ruislip and, apart from a 6-year-old girl who had wrinkled her nose and peered at him with saucer eyes, no-one had looked at him twice.
My online literary friend and sometime collaborator Tony Healey has written a long and detailed post about how he got a two-book deal with Thomas & Mercer and about how he wrote Hope's Peak, the first book in his Harper & Ida psychic thriller (I guess that'd be the genre) series.