Andy was abducted by science-fiction in his teens. Exposed to pulp magazines, he was hooked at First Contact. Soon, he was mainlining Asimov, Bradbury, Clarke and the whole author alphabet through to Zelazny, those long-gone heroes of mid-20th century science fiction. Then he discovered Tolkien and his fantastic ilk. Thousands of paper books are preserved in Andy’s home, assembled during his student years, his servitude with airlines, then computing, in London and Luxembourg.
His consumption was quelled by the appearance of the McKell offspring – three lovely and artistically talented daughters – and running his web design company. Time became the real “final frontier”. But as the girls began to fly the nest, he sold the company and retired early.
Now he has time to power-up the muse and the PC, and tap out the tales that had simmered long in his subconscious. Strangely, a few editors seem to like his works. And a few readers, too.
He hopes you enjoy reading the adventures of his imaginary friends.
Works in Paradisi Chronicles
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“Paradise is a wormhole away… If you can survive the journey.”
His short story “Final Flight” appeared in Chronicle Worlds: Paradisi
May 2094. Suicide bombers race to destroy a space elevator, launching tsunamis across the Pacific and cutting off access to the last remaining intergalactic ship. Their only opposition is a private security team chasing just behind.
Will the dream of entering paradise be prevented?