Felix the Fox is a failed magician (not his fault he couldn't pay tuition and got thrown out), a discharged legionary (honourably discharged - even if the dice were loaded), and a full time investigator of crap no one else wants to touch. Assaph is just the guy putting words on paper for Felix.

Throughout July I have been running a Twitter event for #WIPJoy – The Joy of my Work In Progress. It was based on the questions originally set by SimmeringMind for June, but since I only found out about it close to the end I figured late is still OK 🙂 You can see the original questions […]

Every author, every person really, has some authors they look up to. People who have “made it” and inspired them to write. So when one of them ends up reading your book and liking it… Well, a very loud “Squeee!” is in order. Ruth Downie is the author of the Medicus series, featuring the legionnaire medic and currently reluctant […]

This week, Murder In Absentia has reached 50 reviews on Amazon! Not only is this an important milestone for any novel, those reviews are absolutely amazing! Over two-thirds of the reviews are 5-star, and the rest are 4 star reviews! I am truly humbled by the reception of Murder In Absentia, and to celebrate Purple […]

As mentioned in my previous post, I participate in a lot of Twitter events. As chance would have it, this Friday’s #FictFri challenge was about ‘Fortune‘… I laughed so hard! ‘Felix’ in Latin means ‘lucky’. He often makes comments about his love/terror/awe relationship with the goddess Fortuna. So if you’re in the mood for some laughs, […]

This post will be of interest to both fellow authors and readers. EDIT: The post is continually updated, as I discover more info. Every week, almost every day, there are “events” taking place on Twitter that showcase author’s current work. Some are aimed at quoting a line from the Work In Progress, usually with a given theme; some […]