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Dead Men Naked is (almost) out.

It’s always hard for me, as an indie author, to advertise myself. I’m usually very vocal about things I do like – books, movies, tech gadgets – and very critical of things I do not like. To me, endorsing something I like comes easy. But I’m crap at advertising myself. All the shenanigans about “Hey!

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Beautiful Losers, Issue #1

We did it!  The issue 1 of the Literary Magazine I’m working on together with a bunch of incredible people is out! One year after our first meeting – look at all the road we’ve traveled! Thanks to all the artists that submitted, thanks to all the readers – now go there, and enjoy the

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What genre do I write in?

One early morning, I wrote the two magical words THE END after finishing the last chapter of my novel, Dead Men Naked. Then I learned that THE END was not there yet. Sure, the story was over, but I discovered pretty soon that something else just started: the endless quest for a definition. If you’ve

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Live inside our dream [live event]

My friend, poet exquisite Mr. Kevin Bateman, has a knack for gathering together great minds in spiritual places all around my favourite island. This time, Kevin organised a great event called “Live Inside our Dream” at the Blackrock Castle and observatory, in Cork City, Ireland, and I’ve had the honour of being one of the participants,

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On short stories

One of my favourite authors once said: I’m not interested in writing short stories. Anything that doesn’t take years of your life and drive you to suicide hardly seems worth. Cormac McCarthy Of course I read this quote exactly when I was writing short stories again. At that particular point, he almost convinced me that

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Why I write regularly

I started writing when I was very young. My first tale, The Mystery of the Mysterious Mystery Woman, started when I was seven, was also the first story to end up in the metaphorical drawer – believe it or not, a seven-year-old doesn’t have the time and focus to finish a full story. Years later,

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John Skewes illustrated one of my stories.

The amazing John Skewes, Author/illustrator of the Larry Gets Lost children’s books, made a superb illustration for my short story Yet Another Zombie Apocalypse! You can read Yet Another Zombie Apocalypse for free on Trigger Warning Short fiction. And if you like my writing, consider buying my short story collection!