Monthly Archives: August 2015

George goes to Neptune out this October

This October, I am releasing the third and final novel in the George Hughes series, George goes to Neptune. It is available to pre-order from Amazon here. For me, this is the best George Hughes novel yet. I hope you … Continue reading

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Film Review – Trainwreck

At its core, Trainwreck, the latest comedy from director Judd Apatapow is an old fashioned romantic comedy. It just happens to be one that challenges gender stereotypes to a point, and is packed with enough sex, sexual references and strong … Continue reading

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Love vs Honour Q & A

I’ve had a few questions and comments about my latest novel Love vs Honour that I thought it would be good to address on the blog. When and where did you get the idea for the novel? Sometime in 2005, … Continue reading

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Film Review – The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Guy Ritchie’s The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is carefully crafted to evoke nostalgia for old James Bond films and sixties spy movies, as well as the TV series on which it is based. It is rather a shame, therefore, to report … Continue reading

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The Best “Christian” Films of the past few years

Many readers will be aware of my Christian views, so I thought I’d offer a brief analysis of what I consider to be the most thought provoking films of the past few years from a Christian perspective. These are not … Continue reading

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Download Dr Gribbles and the Beast of Blackthorn Lodge FREE – for five days only!

For five days only, you can download my novel Dr Gribbles and the Beast of Blackthorn Lodge absolutely FREE from Amazon. Dr Gribbles and the Beast of Blackthorn Lodge is a gripping and scary tale involving spies, monsters, haunted houses, … Continue reading

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Film Review – Fantastic Four

The latest attempt to reboot the Fantastic Four, courtesy of Chronicle director Josh Trank, is neither fish nor fowl. The film tries to be too many things and fails to be any of them in a truly satisfying way. For … Continue reading

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Film Review – The Gift

Actor Joel Edgerton makes a very impressive writing/directorial debut with The Gift, a slow burning but hugely gripping thriller that is well worth seeking out. It begins like so many other home invasion psycho thrillers, with a young married couple … Continue reading

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Breaking away from writing in the middle of a…

I am between novels at present, so having just been on holiday, I was be able to do so without the complications and character arcs of act two rumbling in the back of my mind. Breaking away from in-depth writing … Continue reading

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