Thursday, 29 December 2011

The Axe of the Dwarf Lords

Book 2 of the Chronicles of the Nameless Dwarf, The Axe of the Dwarf Lords, is underway and should be released during January 2012.

Nameless, Silas, Nils, and Ilesa have entered the nightmare lands of Qlippoth so that Nameless can attempt to save the last of the dwarves from Arx Gravis from extinction. However, things start badly when Nils and Ilesa find themselves surrounded by zombies, and Silas's bladder gets him into a whole load of trouble.

Nameless finds his gentler nature aroused, if only temporarily, and then finds himself on a voyage of discovery that reveals there is far more to the dwarves, and himself, than he could ever have imagined.

The Axe of the Dwarf Lords features cover art by the talented Patrick Stacy and will be available in print and ebook formats.

Other Nameless news: I'm well into writing of The Unweaving (Shader book 3) in which Nameless makes his debut. The Unweaving is scheduled for release by the summer and will be followed shortly after by The Archon's Assassin (book 4) which also features Nameless.

Book 5 of the Shader series is titled Rise of the Nameless Dwarf, and is set to be a dark tale with a massive siege scene.

Monday, 19 December 2011

Axe of the Dwarf Lords

Work is underway on the second book of The Chronicles of the Nameless Dwarf, Axe of the Dwarf Lords. It will be another novella length story featuring Nameless, Nils, Silas, and Ilesa. There are more revelations about the dwarves, and about Nameless himself, and Silas continues to make worrying discoveries.

Cover art is also in progress. I'll post sketches etc as I receive them.

Friday, 16 September 2011

R. Nicholson gives Ant-Man 5 stars

Another wonderful review for The Ant-Man of Malfen, and this time from R. Nicholson who has also written a very nice review for Cadman's Gambit.


R. Nicholson's review of Ant-Man:

Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Ant-Man gets 5 stars from Red Adept!!!

Another 5 star review for The Ant-Man of Malfen, and this one from Red Adepts Reviews. It's a very thorough and insightful review. Makes all the hard work worthwhile.

Red Adept's Review of The Ant-Man of Malfen

Thursday, 20 January 2011