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I can understand that. Eggs in one basket is dangerous, even if you didn't intend on it to work out that way. Hopefully, people will come across your other works as a result of that one series.

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I have turned some of my short-stories into a podcast. You can find them under the name "CreepyCast" in your player of choice. Or check them out here.

 

*Mods: if this shouldn't be here, your smiting will be righteous.

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My novel Resurrection Men (by David Craig, Book 1 of the Sooty Feathers series) is available now as paperback as well as digital.  The below link to the publisher has a list of where/how to order it if interested.

It was officially launched at Fantasycon, and I did my first reading, which was a bit scary. 

https://elsewhen.press/index.php/catalogue/title/resurrection-men/

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On 11/14/2018 at 11:36 PM, Derfel Cadarn said:

I managed to convince the two Glasgow Waterstones to each stock a copy of my novel, Resurrection Men.  :)

Ok, I know it's self-promotion in here, but I'd like to reccomend Ressurection Men. Solid, well written book.

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Competition! The poorly drawn map linked below is of an area of Scotland where my novel Resurrection Men's sequel is largely set. Guess the name of the lake/loch in the centre of the picture, and be immortalised in Resurrection Men's sequel by having a minor character named after you. The only clue is it's in Scotland. PM me the answer, budding cartographers!
All correct answers will be drawn from a hat to decide the winner.
End date is 20th March. Correct answer will be revealed after then.

https://postimg.cc/RqCmxKsw

 

Reading Resurrection Men is not required, but won't hurt.

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And the correct answer was: Loch Aline.

@A wilding got it right and entered the hat along with one other who got the right answer, however lost the draw.  Well done for correctly identifying the loch based my crappy drawing.

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Damn, I missed this - I know Lochaline quite well!

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Hah, I never win anything. :(

(Should have voted for Brexit.)

Still nvm, I will read it anyway.

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2 hours ago, A wilding said:

Hah, I never win anything. :(

(Should have voted for Brexit.)

Still nvm, I will read it anyway.

I'll need to decide a title. The first book in the series, Resurrection Men, was an easy title to come up with, but this one less so. Devil's Heir, Ashwood ... 

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In the Land of the Elephant's Footprint (my far-future Chernobyl short story) now out, as part of the Spring 2019 edition of Into the Ruins:

https://intotheruins.com/issues/issue-12-spring-2019/

(By curious chance, I have a trio of horror stories coming out in the space of a few days. The third one, Gone Fishing, is out at the start of April).

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Not sure if anyone's in the Glasgow area, but I'm holding a small book event on Saturday, starting at 1400. I'll  be discussing the book, Glasgow as it was then, and reading a short extract of the book. Copies will be on sale.

When: 6th April, 2 PM

Where: 5 St Margaret's Place, Glasgow, G1 5JY

 

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I'd hoped to attend Eastercon this weekend to help promote Resurrection Men, but given my wife and I have a 7 month old baby, decided it wasn't practical.

However, my publisher, Elsewhen Press have their own dealer's room at the con, where they're selling my novel and many others. I believe some of their authors will be around, including boarder Zoe Sumra, sci fi writer of Underside series (Sailor to a Siren, and Wages of Sin)

 

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On 4/19/2019 at 2:10 PM, Derfel Cadarn said:

I'd hoped to attend Eastercon this weekend to help promote Resurrection Men, but given my wife and I have a 7 month old baby, decided it wasn't practical.

However, my publisher, Elsewhen Press have their own dealer's room at the con, where they're selling my novel and many others. I believe some of their authors will be around, including boarder Zoe Sumra, sci fi writer of Underside series (Sailor to a Siren, and Wages of Sin)

It's a pity you couldn't make it here, I did buy a copy of your book yesterday.

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1 hour ago, williamjm said:

It's a pity you couldn't make it here, I did buy a copy of your book yesterday.

Thanks, hope you enjoy it :)

More people should follow your wise example :P

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