Author of Sci Fi, Alternate History Fiction, Dystopian Mark Lynch studied History & Politics at Queen’s University Belfast, UK and maintains a keen interest in both of these subjects. He enjoys reading both fiction and non-fiction, but is particularly keen on the science fiction genre and its sub genres, such as alternative history and space[…]
Andy Bigwood is an Artist, Author, Draughtsman, Bookbinder, Cartographer, and Illustrator from Trowbridge, Wiltshire. Trained in technical illustration, in Bath (shortly before the evolution of computer-aided art), Andy has provided artwork, cartography and cover designs for a variety of Fantasy, Horror, and Science fiction novels. The sumptuous cover artwork for The Empire at War was[…]
Phillip Richards was born in Chichester, southern England. Not long after his seventeenth birthday he signed up to join the British Army, opting for service within the infantry. Since then he has served his country for fifteen years, completing a series of tours in Kosovo, Northern Ireland, Iraq, Afghanistan and instructing at an infantry training[…]
Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1982, the same year as the Falklands War, Christopher G. Nuttall started an online alternate history magazine while studying librarianship at university, which spawned a love of writing often inspired by a love of historical speculation. His first manuscript was completed in 2005, but it was later that John Ringo[…]
Brought up on a diet of 2000AD, Traveller RPG, Blake’s 7, Star Wars, and some obscure historical and fantasy gaming activity, Tim C. Taylor started selling short science fiction in the early 2000s, set up the publishing business Greyhart Press in 2011, and self-published Marine Cadet, the first book of the Human Legion series over[…]
I have great pleasure of again playing host to author Mark Lynch as he introduces his book American Nemesis. You can catch up on all my guest featured authors on my website here. What is this book about? American Nemesis is a dystopian novel set in the near future, and the story imagines a world where the American States are[…]
Post-alien invasion Belfast. Earth has been defeated. Belfast teenager John Dray will do what he must to survive. When he’s offered desperately needed food in exchange for dispersing a mysterious compound over the city, he takes the job. The compound turns out to be a virus lethal to the city’s invaders, and John is charged with xenocide. He’s sent to Inish Carraig, a forbidding prison, where he uncovers the secret behind the virus – a secret that threatens Earth and everyone he loves. He needs to unveil the conspiracy. He just has to get out of prison first.