Cantal’s Revenge

Cantal Cover

Announcing the publication of my latest novel, Cantal’s Revenge. This full length novel (316 pages) is available at Amazon for US$2.99

In the distant future, a young woman called Cantalina Frieze is abducted by vicious thugs who work for the renegade, Emanus Criker. She is rescued by a Norse woman, Miss Abigail, who is handy with a flechette rifle and a clutch of virus bombs. War is coming, and Cantalina is caught up in Miss Abigail’s mysterious plans for the people of PetersCountry.

ahaas sci-fi artwork


This is  ‘Waystation II’  and one of my favourite ahaas pieces although I am hard pressed to choose between this and  ‘Beachside,’ ‘Waystation,’ and ‘Lift off,’  all of which are just as good. Ahaas also treats us to some of his sketchbook stuff in his gallery of offerings.  This is an artist who uses a combination of traditional painting  and digital manipulation  to good effect. His art has a really distinctive style which some people have described as having an organic feel, nevertheless, there is plenty here to please hard metal fans as well.

Find ahaas at Deviant Art here

In the End: a pre-apocalypse novel by Edward M Wolfe


My five star review on Amazon:

Very enjoyable read. Well written, nicely paced, all the good things other reviewers have said. I really liked the way that the characters emerged through what they did and said rather than through physical descriptions. Similarly, the resort setting was lightly sketched and this enabled Wolfe to get straight into the story and so sparked my interest straightaway.

Some have said that too much was left hanging, however, the author billed this as a pre-apocalypse novel – it’s about the beginning of the apocalypse, not the whole story of the apocalypse. For me the novel had a proper ending, it felt completed in itself and I didn’t get the feeling that the author simply stopped and left things hanging and you have to read the next book to find out what happened. I might be old-fashioned but I still believe a novel, even if it’s part of a series, should be a complete story in itself. One thing is certain, Edward Wolfe is a natural storyteller and his writing is head and shoulders above many other offerings these days.