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    @Peter Kelly: Either or both. My current front-burner project is autobio porn. :)
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      CommentAuthorglukkake
    • CommentTimeJan 24th 2012 edited
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    Purchased & loaded onto my device. Fuck yea, this'll keep me company on those long, lonely subway rides.

    PS: On your website, the link to the US kindle page is borked. Checking the source, it's rendering the quotes as their HTML entity, not as actual quotes ie: it reads as “ instead of "
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    Thanks m'dear - appreciate the heads up.
    • CommentAuthorflecky
    • CommentTimeJan 25th 2012
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    Yep...reckon i will have to order a copy.

    It's a Mafia thing.It's outta respect.I get a book and Mr Spurrier will get a(hopefully good) percentage from my freakin' limey $.

    You gotta pay tribute every now and again to the Boss.Taking care of The Whitechapel Crew...Damn,a position of such responsibility must take some balls.

    I think watching The Godfather too many times has finally taken it's toll.

    I look forward to reading yet more Whitechapel solicited material.Good stuff.
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    Pleased to see you back, Flecky. Your absence of a few days had been noted. Hope all's well.
    • CommentAuthorflecky
    • CommentTimeJan 25th 2012 edited
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    Thanks,Si.Cheers for asking.Your video gave me a good laugh.Nice one.
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      CommentAuthornelzbub
    • CommentTimeJan 26th 2012
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    Si, Just started and finished "Serpent" inside 24 hours. Proper good stuff, thanks,
    Just out of interest, having read 'contract" last week as well, I kept expecting the main characters' narrative to be in the first person, and I was wondering how you decide between the two perspectives and also maybe if you prefer to write in one or the other?
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    Glad you enjoyed. Prefer to write in the 1st person, but it's (supposedly) easier to sell a "straight" 3rd-person-persp novel. Especially in a genre as laden with expectations as crime.
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      CommentAuthornelzbub
    • CommentTimeJan 26th 2012 edited
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    cheers,
    i felt that "Shaper" would have worked very well in the first person, much as your protagonist in "Contract" did.
    looking forward to more fiction from you, and is this the place to inquire after progress on the new "Crossed" and "Disenchanted"?