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Excerpts from published eBooks

Captain Disaster: The Dark Side of the Moon - 1 2 3
The Captain Disaster Collection - 1 2 3 4
The Mellow Hip of the Thing - 1 2 3
Captain Disaster: The Damaris Touch - 1 2
Outside, Inside - 1 2 3 4

Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Captain Disaster Collection - Free for 2 days

The Captain Disaster Collection will be free on 1st and 2nd June 2018.

I'm having a new cover designed for it too, but not sure if that will be ready in time for the free promo.

Monday, 21 May 2018

Captain Disaster: The Dark Side of the Moon now on Itch

For those who like PDF rather than Mobi, I have released the short story Captain Disaster: The Dark Side of the Moon on Itch.io.  It's slightly cheaper than the Kindle version at $1.25, and there's also a free chapter available.


Captain Disaster sleep-walks his way onto a moon with a terrible secret. Will he escape the danger, find help from the moon's inhabitants, and manage to endure the many dreadful puns, and manage to get back home?

This short story of 10.5K words is based on the point and click adventure game of the same name, but with a few differences thrown in to make things more interesting, and to include more character interaction. The humour never leaves the page but this is also a story with heart. Fans of classic science fiction books, movies, TV series etc will spot numerous references - some subtle, some less so - including Dr Who, Terrahawks, Star Trek and many others. There are several references that point and click adventure game fans will recognise too.

In summary, ideal readers of this ebook will be sci-fi fans who like a laugh, don't take things terribly seriously and ideally are also fans of the point and click genre. 


Click here to buy the eBook / download the free chapter.

Thursday, 3 May 2018

The Captain Disaster Collection is FREE on #StarWarsDay

Yes folks, for the wonder that is Star Wars Day, I am going to make The Captain Disaster Collection FREE for the day.

May the Fourth be with you.  Always.  Or for one day anyway.

(If anyone does take up this offer, leaving a rating / review would be much appreciated.)