Prosperine book 1

Hi there, welcome to my reader's club website!

Back to Science Fiction! I've been reading SF since I picked up H.G. Wells' The Time Machine when I was ten years old. I was mesmerized! What was the first SF book you ever read?

Check out the list of Classic Scifi novels and mags here. These are my choice for the greatest of all time. Perhaps you have a suggestion to add to the list? Let me know by clicking the reply button below and send me an e-mail. I'd love to hear from you.

Come to think of it, I was probably inducted even earlier to the fantasy genre. But in those days (and even now) they were called "classic" novels or "fairy tales" at the time. Books like Gulliver's Travels, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and every story by the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen!

Little wonder my books are a mix of both Science Fiction and Fantasy. In fact, I'm not even sure those in the Prosperine Series fit into either. Either way, I'd be interested to hear what you think.

Ah, the good old days! 

A great cover from the early nineteen-forties. Fabulous artwork.

I would read scifi day and night, so much so, that when I dodged school (Which I did most Friday mornings to avoid maths,) I'd go to the town library and trawl through a treasure trove of fabulous stories and pick out one by John Wyndam, or Poul Anderson, or Isaac Asimov, then settle down in a reader's chair to enjoy. If these classic writers engaged you just as much as me, you're in the right place. You'l find my books are written in a similar style. Pick up one and enjoy today!

For a full list of all my books, click here.

This site is mainly for scifi fans, but I've also put together a heap of information on the creation of my first book, released in 2014.  Caught in the Long Grass is a coming of age fiction based in a small town in Scotland during the 'swinging sixties'. Previously released as Small Fish Big Fish, this latest edition features a new name and cover. Some of the content has also been updated.

If you are interested, you will find more information here.