Friday News: 1st June 2018

Well, it looks like we’re moving back to China (although nothing definite yet). My wife has got a job at a university in Mian Yang, and I’m also taking some part-time hours over there.

We lived for three years in China already, teaching English in the cities of Putian and Xiamen in Fujian province.  We had an adventure over there and now we’re moving to a new province. Sichuan, in fact, where the pandas live.

If everything goes according to plan, we’ll move there in September. Exciting stuff…

Meanwhile, I’m as busy as ever, getting papers ready for the move, writing where I can. Plus, I’m going on a screenwriting course tomorrow. Who knows, maybe one day I’ll be able to turn my books into films.

Harvesting Part Three

Harvesting is an eight-part Steampunk serial novel with dragons.

This week I released Harvesting Part Three in which we find out if our heroes escape their captors at Fraw. You can download this from all major re-sellers for $0.99/£0.99. Harvesting is an eight-part serial novel, with a part released on Friday each week.

The release dates for the rest of the parts are as follows:

Part Four: 8th June

Part Five: 15th June

Part Six: 22nd June

Part Seven: 29th June

Part Eight: 6th July

Story Pending Publication

I signed the contract for my short story “Tears not Lost for Time” for publication in the Factor Four flash-fiction magazine.

Things are progressing getting my short story “Tears not Lost for Time” in the Factor Four flash-fiction magazine. I’ve now signed the contract and it looks like everything’s going smoothly for the release on the 1st July.

Meanwhile, here’s a preview of the first issue of the magazine, should you wish to read it:

The Dokkaebi Audio Book

I’ve signed a contract with the talented voice actress Amber Lee Connors to produce an audiobook version of my prize-winning short story, The Dokkaebi. She’s appeared in a host of computer games and dubbed Anime series. Hopefully, we’ll get this released by the end of the month.

TI’hanks for reading and I’ll see you next week.

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