Saturday, 30 April 2011

May Day Book Offer

Something for the weekend

Special May Day weekend offer on Citizen Zero

Mark Cantrell's hard-hitting science fiction thriller and political satire, Citizen Zero, is available at the subversively low-price of $0.99 (around 60 pence) for the Amazon Kindle, Sony Reader, iPad, Nook and other popular devices only from Smashwords. 

Friday, 29 April 2011

Royal Wedding Tribute


No fools like Royal fools in these days of Coalition austerity

THIS is a Festival of Fools – and it seems we the British public are most foolish for this Royal Wedding as we gawp in idiotic delight at the spectacle of sickening subservience to symbolic serfdom.

Monday, 25 April 2011

Taking Stockton

Competition win is cool as Iceton

SOMEHOW it seems a shame the prize wasn’t a house, but then that is perhaps a bit much even for a writing competition organised by a housing association. As it is, the winning writer has won recognition for her work – and a nifty £500 cash prize.

Buy Deus Ex Insomnia

Amazing poetry available to buy from the following retail outlets:




Buy Isolation Space

This thrilling collection of science fiction, fantasy, horror and thought-provoking satire is available in paperback and digital editions from the following retail outlets:




Sunday, 24 April 2011

Trailer Parks

Novel launched with trailer competition


BOOK trailers are becoming an ever-more popular phenomenon so when novelist Adele Parks decided to create one for her latest work, she called in students from the University of Teeside to put one together on her behalf.

Monday, 18 April 2011

Buy Citizen Zero

The hard-hitting science fiction thriller is available from the following retail outlets:




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Saturday, 9 April 2011

Yawning Review


The grave case of the detective clown

Beginning an irregular series of book reviews, Mark Cantrell takes a walk through the curiously undead streets of Greasetown

Monday, 4 April 2011

A Quick Rant

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The wrong kind of people

READING this left me simmering with anger.

Here's the story in the local newspaper of my old home town, the Telegraph & Argus, about plans to regenerate a so-called slum estate.

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