Monthly Archives: October 2015

George goes to Neptune – now available in print

George goes to Neptune, the third and final novel in the George Hughes trilogy, can now be ordered in dead tree format, with pages that physically turn, from Amazon Create Space. Here is the blurb from the back of the … Continue reading

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Film Review – Spectre

The Daniel Craig era comes to an immensely satisfying culmination in Spectre, the latest in the seemingly indestructible James Bond franchise. There are direct, spoiler-laden references to immediate predecessor Skyfall (which the filmmakers assume you have seen), and beyond that … Continue reading

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George goes to Neptune – out now!

The wait is over! George goes to Neptune, the third and final novel in the George Hughes trilogy, is now available for download on Amazon Kindle. Click here to get your copy! Here is the blurb from the back of … Continue reading

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George goes to Neptune out tomorrow

It’s almost here! Tomorrow George goes to Neptune, the third and final novel in the George Hughes trilogy, will be unleashed upon the world of digital downloads. You can still pre-order from Amazon by clicking here. FREE copies of previous … Continue reading

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Download George goes to Mars and George goes to Titan FREE – for five days only!

To celebrate the release of the final novel in the George Hughes trilogy, George goes to Neptune, I am making the first two novels in the trilogy available free on Amazon Kindle for five days only! Click here to download … Continue reading

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Film Review – Crimson Peak

I am a sucker for girl-in-a-spooky-house stories, so Guillermo Del Toro doing romantic gothic horror is a deliriously enticing prospect. The good news is that for the most part Crimson Peak works very well. Yes, there’s nothing particularly original about … Continue reading

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George goes to Neptune Q&A

I’ve received a number of questions regarding my upcoming novel George goes to Neptune, and the George Hughes trilogy in general. Herewith a Q&A, ahead of the release on the 25th October. What was the inspiration for the George Hughes … Continue reading

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Film Review – Sicario

Strong direction and equally strong central performances elevate Sicario above the level of grisly but gripping cartel bust drama, to something with as much food for thought as food for thrills. After a raid on a Phoenix home reveals a … Continue reading

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Reading to Children

I recently read an article that chilled me to the bone, claiming parents are reading to their children less and less (only one family in three, apparently). Even worse, when people suggest utter nonsense like this (so ludicrous I had … Continue reading

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Film Review – The Walk

The Walk tells the true story of Philippe Petit (here played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt), the artist who walked a tightrope between the two towers of the World Trade Centre in 1974. As dramatic filmmaking it is rather episodic and uneven … Continue reading

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