Them Blighters are everywhere.
They fell out of the sky last year, great horrible armour-plated slugs with razor-sharp fangs. But ugly as they are, they give the ultimate high to anyone nearby: a blissful, gleeful contentment that people are willing to kill for.
Not Becky Stone, though. All she wants is to drink beer, listen to her dad’s old vinyl, and get her life back to how it was before... [click here for more]
Meet The Pan of Hamgee: coward, unwilling adventurer and, by some miracle, K’Barth’s longest surviving outlaw. He just wants a quiet life so working as getaway driver is probably a bad career move. Then he falls in love at first sight with a woman he hasn't even met who comes from an alternative reality. That’s when things really begin to get complicated. Meet Ruth Cochrane:... [click here for more]
Gleets can be dangerous.
In the more civilized parts of the human inhabited galaxy, Gleets are only a mysterious half heard tale, lumped with fairies and goblins. Gleets sometimes found their way into children's stories and cheap tri-vid tapes made for the export market. But were they real? This was the question I hoped to answer.
When I got word from one of my scouts, that men... [click here for more]
WE ARE NOT ALONE... MORE’S THE PITY.
Three poignant, sometimes blackly comic accounts, where unlikely heroes – kids, screw-ups, survivors – stumble their way through protecting Earth from faintly baffling alien invasions. It’s one of the oldest devices in science fiction, from Wells’ The War of the Worlds to Invasion of the Body Snatchers and The... [click here for more]
The Pan of Hamgee is not a natural knight in shining armour. Yet he has escaped from police custody in K’Barth, switched realities and foiled Lord Vernon’s attempt to kidnap Ruth, the Chosen One, from the Festival Hall. Pretty good, he thinks.However, Ruth thinks otherwise. Being pursued by Lord Vernon is bad enough. Now, thanks to The Pan, she’s on the run.... [click here for more]