After a slightly rocky start to the year, I find myself in the pleasant situation of being able to report that the muse has come along and inspired me to start work on something that may turn into a Troy/Jen novella or serial. It's a surprisingly significant whack of inspiration, too. The kind that most… Continue reading Workblog For The Week : Getting worked over by the muse.
(An excerpt from my erotic romance novella, Dangerous Jade!) Dangerous Jade by Malcolm Cross (First Chapter Sneak Preview) *** 1. - What Was Your Name?, or, The Olive Thing There it was, that electric thing. That eyes meeting across the room thing, that burning racetrack going from her eyes to the pit of her gut… Continue reading Dangerous Jade: First Chapter Preview
What takes almost a full year to bake, looks delicious, can open its jaws to a hundred and twenty degree angle, and comes for the gateway drug price of $9.95? That's right, it's Dangerous Jade, the latest and most ginger flavoured of the Cupcake novellas, which is now available for pre-order from Furplanet! The back-cover… Continue reading Dangerous Jade now available for pre-order!
I have a condition which I will refer to as, the Sneezles. Work-wise I have a few new bits and pieces which might end up in interesting short stories in the not too distant future, and I've gotten a few rejections, but one very personal and positive, so I feel quite upbeat about it. Dangerous… Continue reading Workblog for the week: Achoo!
Well. Okay. That was extraordinarily thinglike. I've just returned from Drury Lane (or nearly Drury Lane, in any case) where 'An Evening With Terry Pratchett' was held. Theatre, packed to the brim with people, myself in the absolute nosebleed seats in the balcony back row, all staring down there as the man himself and his… Continue reading An evening with Terry Pratchett + Tomorrow.
(This somewhat in-world document predates Dog Country by quite some time, so might not be fully canonical, but offers an alternative perspective on the events around the T-Bone marketplace. I sometimes enjoy making strange little artefacts!) Document 0A-21040513
( This is quite an early Estians/War Dogs story, written long before I started work on Dog Country. The protagonist does have a brief cameo in Dog Country, however. ) It was a long way home. Evran had thought that, thousands and thousands of miles away, back in Tajikistan, before things had hit the wall.… Continue reading You Can Never Go Home