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"
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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
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
Yes, Sanctioned is now available in both paperback and Kindle. The paperback can be ordered from any outlet in the world (in theory) or direct from Amazon. If you order the paperback from Amazon.com you can get the Kindle version … Continue reading
King of the Undies World will be published in January. Just to raise the excitement to fever pitch, here’s the cover. The cover art and layout was done by some guy called Chris Page. The files have been uploaded to … Continue reading
I would like to express a huge debt of thanks to Kym Hutcheon of Kyoto After Dark for putting up a very large and froody interview about Weed and related things on the KAD site. The splash is much … Continue reading
At long, long last, the paperback version of Weed is available on Amazon, right here. O, frabjous day! Calooh! Callay! It’s only taken more years and tries than I would care to count, but, well, bloody mindedness will out. Now, … Continue reading