Weedy words of praise from a publisher in London"... it’s really witty and very strong ... I would compare the writing to Robert Rankin, or a really satirically biting Tom Sharpe, and will say again that I’m really impressed by it"
Review copies of Weed and Un-Tall TalesFor review copies of the novel Weed or the collection of short fiction Un-Tall Tales, send me a message through the contact page.
Category Archives: fiction
Silly me. I got it wrong again. I tweeted yesterday that you could get a free Kindle download of King of the Undies World through the 25th. Turns out I pressed the wrong button and made The Underpants Tree a … Continue reading
It was in paperback, and now by popular demand of the author himself, Un-Tall Tales is in Kindle too. Un-Tall Tales is Chris Page’s collection of short fiction, flash fiction, poetry, and odds and ends, all in one slim volume … Continue reading
You can now get a free Kindle edition of Chris Page’s novel Sanctioned — for a limited time, natch. Britain is sinking under the weight of scroungers, skivers, shirkers, refugees, migrants, libtards, experts, and snowflakes. The economy is hobbled and … Continue reading
Download the Kindle version of Chris Page’s novel Weed free this week. Through November 1st. If you don’t want to touch Amazon, message me and I’ll send you an ePub file. Weed is my first novel and is available in … Continue reading
(See what I did there?) Musical wannabe Billy Freeb’s fifteen minutes of fame are upon him. Fame, alcohol, sex, drugs, and lots of curry await. Will he survive? Download a Kindle version of this short story from Amazon or contact … Continue reading
Damn! Bugger! And blast! I recently crowed in this space that I was into the endgame with the current story as I launched myself into the task of polishing to make it presentable to the world. Well, in the task … Continue reading
It was supposed to be a light story with a fun and silly premise but it has somehow turned into a festival of gore, dismemberment, spilled brains, and leaky bowels. From jolly japes to blood, darkness, and despair at a … Continue reading