The Ant Man by Neil Davies
25 April 2016 13:33 (GMT)Digman Marley works for Antman Exterminators. He used to work at the old chemical factory on the hill, before it went out of business. His life is hard, dull and predictable. But something is happening up at the old factory, and the ants he's called to exterminate are acting strangely, and, although he doesn't know it, this week things are going to change forever for Digman Marley.
The Short Story 'The Ant Man' is Neil Davies's tribute to both the Black & White B-Movies he still enjoys watching and the pulp fiction he still enjoys reading. He just hopes he's done it (and them) justice.
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Welcome Home by Neil Davies
23 April 2016 23:59 (GMT)There is a serial killer on the loose, torturing and butchering his way across the North of England. In the quiet Cheshire village of Taupington, Victoria Wheatcroft has found the house of her dreams. But the house holds more than simply memories, and the serial killer, and her own past, are closing in...
"For thrills and chills, Neil Davies delivers like a rifle in the hands of an expert sniper. He never misses." - Steve Gerlach
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18 April 2016 00:42 (GMT)the kindle oasis costs 330 quid in the uk.
would you pay this for an ereader? what if kobo made one at this price?
17 April 2016 10:30 (GMT)Hello!,
Given recent events involving the leak of confidential information from Panama I thought it might be opportune to publish my hacking conspiracy titled Articulus : Rising.
I started work on this in 2012 in an effort to overcome an addiction (it worked!) but I believe the genre is quite fresh and if you enjoyed Amazons Mr Robot, this is probably up your street.
It follows a former government Security expert who is recruited to join a shadowy hacking group. He becomes embroiled in their attempt to uncover evidence of a vast conspiracy behind global events and answer the question – who really runs the world?
I compiled a playlist to accompany the reader because lets face it music defines our lives so it should also impact characters.
I hope you enjoy.
Dark Tales and Flash Fun - Free
13 April 2016 13:50 (GMT)Dark Tales and Flash Fun brings together my extensive collection of drabbles (100 word stories) with three short stories I wrote for other publications. And, to celebrate it's release... it's free.
Here's the blurb.
In this anthology of wonderfully imagined tales we encounter captivating twists and turns, laugh out loud moments and intriguing entertainment from start to finish. The subject matter includes demons and vampires, Hollywood and electric chairs… there’s even a seasick seagull.
Dark Tidings - Ancient Magic Meets the Internet
22 March 2016 13:45 (GMT)Dark Tidings is book one of the spellbinding ‘Ancient Magic Meets the Internet’ trilogy. It's now available on Kobo and Nook for only 99c. Here's the blurb:
What happens when ancient magic meets the internet? One thing is certain, modern life will never be the same again.
A thousand years ago, a young thief, Tung, and a disgraced wizard, Madrick, are thrust together in an executioner’s dungeon. In the darkness, Madrick reveals an incredible secret about a legendary spell. The great spell helps them escape their prison cell... and eventually their century.
Catapulted into the present day, their lives collide with Michael, a computer hacker who plans to destroy the world’s largest bank. But sinister people are tracking their every move and they will stop at nothing to steal their spell.
I hope some of you get the chance to check it out. Thanks for looking,