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With secret movie business underway, signed to Peony Literary Agency in Hong Kong, a trip to London & Los Angeles, and now to completing Avenger, my year’s been well and truly action-packed.
Around this time last year, I’d just re-released Defender and Hunter through Momentum.
Soon, it’ll be the same for Avenger and I just hope that you'll enjoy this new story, featuring the first female Intrepid agent putting Alex Morgan through his paces as they track down the architects of human trafficking.
With the year that was, I'm looking forward to finishing Intrepid 3 and having a float around on the pool for a few hours, but this blog is a throwback to the posts you enjoyed the most. Read More
TEN OF THE BEST ACTION AUTHORS (AND THEIR NOVELS)
This collection of works of my favourite thriller writers is the equivalent of my literary lifeblood. I continue to enjoy them equally as much today as at my first read, and its heartening to reflect on the fact that they've kept me entertained and out of trouble since growing up as a teenager in Perth in the 1970's, and even while I was deployed in the various jungles and deserts of my past, wondering what the normal people were doing for a day job. I've grown up on many of these books, and continue to be inspired by these top thriller writers, all of them leaders in the action & espionage arena. Henceforth, and also inspired by a recent post on my favourite action movies that has been a hit, I humbly offer my list of top thriller authors alongside some of what I think is their best work! Read More
Being in the line of fire certainly helps a scene to come alive, but it isn’t the only thing. If the beastly writer’s block ever pops up, I know I can always trust the big screen to throw me some ideas.
Here’s my list of the Top Best Classic Action Films that I turn to when the ol’ memory needs reviving. Read More
If you're new to the world of Intrepid - firstly, welcome, and here's some highlights to catch you up on what's been happening. And if you're an old-school Defender, it's more of a trip down memory lane.
It's been a couple of years now I've been blogging, irregularly as all hell, I must admit. There have been a handful of standout posts over that time that people flocked to, commented on, re-posted, re-tweeted, had conversations about, and even created their own spin-off blogs for. Read More
ecause Ian Fleming was born yesterday, on May 28, over a hundred years ago in 1908, and because I've always longed to emulate the great writer, here's ten things you probably don't know about Fleming. Read More
Some time ago I read a blog on Omnivoracious where they asked an author their top book characters of all time. It got me thinking, who are some of the characters from reading adventures that have ingrained themselves in my mind?
Here are my top five book characters - from Patricia Cornwell to legendary storytellers Ian Fleming and Arthur Conan Doyle. Read More