In 1348, the Black Death ravaged England. Every town and village was touched by plague – all except one. In Lower Chegwin, everyone miraculously survived. This is the story of why. 

It’s the story of how Ronald the Death-Bringer lost his powers, and how his daughter Myla journeyed to the end of the world to get them back, encountering witches, giants, a talking wolf and many more fabulous folk along the way. It’s a story of magic, mayhem… and cows that fall from the sky.

Suitable for ages 8 – 12 (and for parents who enjoy a bit of Monty Python and Blackadder…)

“I know that when I was a child – as a fan of Roald Dahl and Blackadder – I would have absolutely loved this book, with its brave heroine and sarcastic narrator. And, as an adult, it’s the best indie children’s book I’ve read this year.”Evie Glass, Indie E-Book Review

Buy now on Amazon.


Somewhere around the middle of this century, artificial intelligence will evolve beyond its human architects, vastly superior in every way. Technology will become independent of us, rapidly evolving beyond our wildest dreams… or nightmares.

This science fiction anthology that is set over the fifty years leading to the Singularity explores this idea.

My short story The Pepsi Pre-Suicide Outreach Department is included in this anthology. You can read the story in full here.

Buy now on Amazon.