Saturday 21 July 2007

At last...fame for our Daniel.

Daniel Geddud, a man of many talents and enduring hospitality is finally getting the recognition he deserves. I met him when he was providing myriad voices for the Blake's 7 audios and when I went over to LA for Gallifrey One he put me up on his sofa and introduced me to some really good places to have breakfast.

You can check out his work at Flying Squid Studios and there's an interesting article about him here.

Once Bitten...

My hard drive crashed...

No seriously my hard drive went phut, taking with it 75% of my latest novel and god knows how much irraplacable stuff.

But fortunately 99% of the data was backed up.

So the famous Sir Augustus Sod can kiss my CD burner.

Tuesday 10 July 2007

In case you wondered....

A friend has pointed out that people reading this blog wouldn't be able to divine what it is I do for a living. I pointed out that I didn't have any evidence that anyone read my blog and so the point was moot. However on the off chance there are people actually reading this blog, such as it is, and on the off-off chance that they have some disposable cash and are up for it I will put a list of my work, such as that is, under the profile.

Oh, I'm a writer.

Glad we've had a chance to have this little chat.

Monday 9 July 2007

Return of the return of Blake's 7

Blake's 7 is back and this time it's available on CD in all good music stores (well HMV anyway) and direct from the B7 Media online store here.

On behalf of my fellow writers, Marc Platt and poor crippled James Swallow I urge you to buy a copy now. Remember a mere 2,000 copies will keep an author on a coffee IV drip for a month and just 3,000 copies will allow Marc Platt to take the glory that is Wagnerian opera to the endangered orangutans of Borneo and Sumatra.

5,000 copies will allow us to find James Swallow, so cruelly neglected and then abandoned by his owners, a new family.

So buy a Blake 7 CD today, be entertained, be educated and above all do some real good in the world.