I know, I know, you see what I did there. I’m so funny, how do they even let me out of the house?
I’ve been a neglectful blogger again, and this is going to be short, but at least there’s a glimmer from me, yes? And I had to shuffle my corpse around a bit on Halloween.
I’m writing this from Nottingham, where I have come to take part in the Black Library Weekender II. I’m really looking forward to this. Quite apart from the pre-sale of my latest novel (Yarrick: Imperial Creed, about which more in due course), it is going to be such a pleasure to finally meet colleagues and readers in the flesh.
And it pleases me more than I can say to actually have an honest-to-goodness Halloween release out today. It’s called “The Dark Hollows of Memory,” and it’s a Legion of the Damned story available here, or here as part of a collection where it joins tales by Nick Kyme, Josh Reynolds, C. Z. Dunn, Laurie Goulding and Graeme Lyon. This is my most horror-oriented 40K piece since “The Traveller,” and I hope you like it.
On another horror note, I should mention that I have been blogging regularly, but over at Skiffy and Fanty, where I’ve begun a bi-weekly column on matters horrific, titled “The Disquieting Guest.” The latest post is here.
Singing off, then, and hoping that you’re keeping Halloween as I should be kept.