Prime Directive is up for pre-order NOW

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The physical proof of Prime Directive has been edited and approved, meaning that both versions are now up for pre-order on Amazon. The links are:

UK –
US –

After re-writing a few chapters, which felt a bit flat, and devoid of purpose, I think it now is what I was after first off. It’s got a bit of mystery in there, a bit of adventure, and a touch of gore, obviously.

It is released on Monday 30 May 2016.

Pre-Order Celebrity Culture NOW

So, you can now pre-order Celebrity Culture now, both the Kindle and physical versions. Though if you buy it through this website, you’ll get it before release date and the first ten orders will receive a limited edition Access All Areas Lou Gehrig Award lanyard. Just go HERE


Winter of Zombie 2015

I was one of 48 zombie authors over on Armand Rosamilia’s Winter of Zombie, here for your reading (and aural) delights are all of my posts, including a teaser for Class Four: Those Who Survive. In true style, I wrote different bios on them :-):

Spotlight on Duncan P. Bradshaw

My Top Five Zombie Films (as of now)

The Plan

Synopsis of Class Four: Those Who Survive

Great Bitten – Apocalypse in the UK

Class Four: Those Who Survive Teaser – Introduction

Plus…was a guest on Arm Cast, listen to me HERE (about twenty odd minutes in)

Also…I did an interview over at Books, Beer and Blogshit, rather enjoyed this one, check it HERE

Thanks to Armand, was cool to be involved


I can confirm that my new book is called Hexagram, and will be out early next year. Finished the first draft today, so got to edit the shit out of it now. Will release more details in due course


Ginger Nuts Of Horror – Class Four: Those Who Survive Review

A year ago, when I was trying to find websites to review Class Three, I found the Ginger Nuts of Horror. However, the thought of sending it to them scared the crap out of me. Roll on to a year later, Class Four: Those Who Survive is out, did I hesitate? For a week or two, here’s what they thought of it: