Cover reveal: Being Small by Chaz Brenchley

We’re very excited about our next release — a short novel by master fantasist Chaz Brenchley.

Being Small is brilliantly creepy, too true to life to be full-blown horror, but deeply disturbing none the less. What do you do when your imaginary friend turns to evil? And what if, worse yet, he’s not imaginary at all? Highly recommended!

—Katharine Kerr, author of the Deverry series

Cover art (once again) by the brilliant Mark J. Ferrari.

Being Small cover

Publication date: August 28, 2014

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Full wrap in 300 dpi is here:
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Four Stars! – John Grant’s review of Dualism

Prolific author and long-time science fiction reviewer, John Grant (aka Paul Barnett) gives Dualism four stars. He used to review for Infinity Plus, but he’s posting his reviews to Goodreads now.

Whether as an effective white-knuckle thriller, as a dazzling sense-of-wonder conjuration of outrageous (yet completely plausible) scientific ideas, or as an urgent philosophical inquiry, Dualism is not a novel that I think I’ll forget in a hurry.

Read the full review!

Bill DeSmedt’s radio interviews

Bill DeSmedt, author of Dualism, has given several excellent radio interviews.

Radio host Leslie Marshall


Bill discusses artificial intelligence now and in the future, plus touches on the many interesting topics that are raised in this exciting new book, Dualism.

The Sci Phi Show host Jason Rennie


Jason loved Dualism!

Bill is going to be giving several more interviews and I will post them here.