Review: The Apples of Idunn by Matt Larkin

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New review on my main blog!

http://feeroberts64.blogspot.com/2018/07/review-apples-of-idunn.html

Review: Pentacle by William Meikle

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New review on my main blog!

http://feeroberts64.blogspot.com/2018/07/review-pentacle.html

My year in writing so far

My year in writing so far

WILLIAM MEIKLE

Time for stock checking…

Published in 2018

  • THE BOATHOUSE – a short novel in my Sigils and Totems series from Crossroad Press
  • OPERATION: ANTARCTICA – the 2nd S-Squad book from Severed Press
  •  OPERATION: SIBERIA – the 3rd S-Squad book from Severed Press

Coming up from me in the autumn

  • THE GREEN AND THE BLACK – A Newfoundland horror novel from Crossroad Press

On submission

  • THE KEYS TO THE DOOR – a fourth CARNACKI collection

Work In Progress

  • AISHA (Working title) – a historical fantasy trilogy written with Steve Savile that’s coming along nicely
  • OPERATION: AMAZON – a 4th S-Squad book, about 20% done.
  • There’s also audiobooks of RAMSKULL and INFESTATION in production and a German edition of THE INVASION.

Short Stories published

  • The Root of All Things / By the Light of Camelot / EDGE Publishing
  • Leader of the Pack / In Dog We Trust / Black Shuck Books
  • The…

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July Update Newsletter

July Update Newsletter

WILLIAM MEIKLE

S Squad news, general writing news, and a new giveaway, all in the newsletter this month.

Big beasties fascinate me.

Some of that fascination stems from early film viewing. I remember being taken to the cinema to see The Blob. I couldn’t have been more than seven or eight, and it scared the crap out of me. The original incarnation of Kong has been with me since around the same time.

Similarly, I remember the BBC showing re-runs of classic creature features late on Friday nights, and THEM! in particular left a mark on my psyche.

I’ve also got a Biological Sciences degree, and even while watching said movies, I’m usually trying to figure out how the creature would actually work in nature — what would it eat? How would it procreate? What effect would it have on the environment around it?

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