Updates! An Interview, A Review, and Tony Hancock

Over at SOLARCIDE I’m interviewed by NATHAN PETTIGREW and talk about TOO MANY CROOKS, London, boozing and more. Pubs and alcohol are main characters in your work. When an idea for a story comes to you, does it already start in that setting? Are your characters already there having drinks when they are first conceived?Continue reading “Updates! An Interview, A Review, and Tony Hancock”

Recommended Read: Mardi Gras Murder – ed. Sarah E. Glenn

Mardi Gras Murder is a rich, vivid, vibrant anthology of thirteen crime stories, all of which take place during New Orleans’ – frankly, bonkers sounding – Mardi Gras festival. There are some great titles –  Krew Of Bayou Black, Voodoo Honeymoon, Bourbon Street Lucifer, Red Beans and Ricin – and some cracking yarns too. StandContinue reading “Recommended Read: Mardi Gras Murder – ed. Sarah E. Glenn”

Short, Sharp Interview: Martin Garrity

PDB: Can you pitch SOLARCIDAL TENDENCIES in 25 words or less? MG: It’s an anthology, a ‘Best Of’ from content featured at the Solarcide website. Edgy, weird stories. Some funny ones too, but with a dark humour. PDB: Which music, books, films or television shows have floated your boat recently? MG: Not much of a film buff,Continue reading “Short, Sharp Interview: Martin Garrity”