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People often asks what orders our stories come, mixing up both shorts, novellas and novels. Below is the chronological order as it stand currently.

  • October 1935: The Abominable Snowmen by Mervyn Haisman & Henry Lincoln (script)
  • October 1935: Creatures in the Cave/Times Squared by Rick Cross (short, prologue, epilogue)
  • July 1937: The Bledoe Cadets and the Bald Man of Pengriffen by Tim Gambrell (short)
  • September 1937-March 1938: The Forgotten Son by Andy Frankham-Allen (chapter eleven)
  • April 1945-October 1961: Schädengeist’s First Love by Jonathan Cooper (short)
  • Summer 1945: In His Kiss by Sue Hampton (short)
  • Summer 1950: The Dominators by Norman Ashby (script)
  • August 1968: Mind of Stone by Iain McLaughlin (interludes)
  • February 1969: Ambush! by Andy Frankham-Allen (short)
  • February 1969: The Web of Fear by Mervyn Haisman & Henry Lincoln (script)
  • March 1969: The Forgotten Son by Andy Frankham-Allen (novel)
  • April 1969: One Cold Step by Andy Frankham-Allen (short)
  • April 1969: The Schizoid Earth by David A McIntee (novel)
  • May 1969: The Cult of the Grinning Man by Tom Dexter (short)
  • May 1969: Beast of Fang Rock by Andy Frankham-Allen (novel)
  • May 1969: The Dogs of War by Andy Frankham-Allen (short)
  • May-June 1969: Mutually Assured Domination by Nick Walters (novel)
  • June 1969: The House of Giants by Rick Cross (short)
  • July 1969: Moon Blink by Sadie Miller (prologue)
  • July 1969: The Black Eggs of Khufu by Tom Dexter (short)
  • July 1969: Moon Blink by Sadie Miller (novel)
  • July 1969: The Band of Evil by Roger J Simmonds and Shaun Russell (short)
  • August 1969: The Showstoppers by Jonathan Cooper (novel)
  • September 1969: The Grandfather Infestation by John Peel (novel)
  • September 1969: The Last Duty by Christopher Bryant (short)
  • October 25-26, 1969: Times Squared by Rick Cross (novel)
  • October 26-29, 1969: The Lost Skin by Andy Frankham-Allen (novella)
  • October 31, 1969: Eve of the Fomorians by Robert Mammone (short)
  • November 1969: The Wishing Bazaar by Sharon Bidwell (short)
  • November 1969: Blood of Atlantis by Simon A Forward (novel)
  • December 1969: Mind of Stone by Iain McLaughlin (novel)
  • December 23-25, 1969: The Feast of Evans by Simon A Forward (short)
  • December 24, 1969: The Fright Before Christmas by Tom Dexter (short)
  • December 24-26, 1969: Together at Christmas by the Author Collective (short)
  • December 26, 1969: Mind of Stone by Iain McLaughlin (epilogue)
  • December 28, 1969: Slouching Towards Det-Sen/Night of the Intelligence by Shaun Collins/Andy Frankham-Allen (short/prologue)
  • January 2, 1970: United in Blood by Mark Jones (short)
  • January 17-20, 1970: Night of the Intelligence by Andy Frankham-Allen (novel)
  • January 22, 1970: The Life of Evans by John Peel (chapter five)
  • January 27, 1970: Night of the Intelligence by Andy Frankham-Allen (epilogue)
  • February 1970: The Life of Evans by John Peel (chapter six)
  • February 21-23, 25, 1970: The Daughters of Earth by Sarah Groenewegen (novel)
  • March 4, 1970: A Very Private Haunting by Sharon Bidwell (prologue)
  • March 8-22, 1970: The Dreamer’s Lament by Benjamin Burford-Jones (novel)
  • March 26,1970: The Life of Evans by John Peel (chapter seven)
  • April 1-5,1970: A Very Private Haunting by Sharon Bidwell (novel)
  • April, 1970: The Life of Evans by John Peel (novella, framing story)
  • May, 1970: The Flaming Soldier by Christopher Bryant (novella)
  • June/July, 1970: The New Unusual by Adrian Sherlock (novel)
  • July, 1970: The Playing Dead by Adrian Sherlock (short)
  • August, 1970: The Man from Yesterday by Nick Walters (novel)
  • 1974: Ashes of the Inferno by Andy Frankham-Allen (short)
  • January 1, 1990: The Enfolded Time by Andy Frankham-Allen (short)
  • September 2011: Lucy Wilson by Sue Hampton (short)
  • September-December 2011: The Lock-In by Sarah Groenewegen (short)

New Free Short Story!

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Candy Jar Books is pleased to announce the release of its latest free digital-only short story, United in Blood by Mark Jones.

Mark Jones was taught how to write a television script by Gerry Anderson, the legendary creator of Thunderbirds. Mark was also co-creator of the Jon Pertwee and Patrick Troughton TV project, Starwatch, and has written for the Guinness Encyclopaedia of Popular Music, as well as penning the bestselling book about the film and TV location, Aldbury – where the likes of The Dirty Dozen, The Avengers, Bridget Jones and Midsomer Murders have been filmed.

Mark said: “One of favourite TV shows was the ITV programme Shillingbury Tales, a series also filmed in Aldbury. As a location it has always been presented as an idyllic English village, but what if dark forces were at work behind the scenes? My story combines this rural peace with an underbelly of violence.”

Range Editor Andy Frankham-Allen said: “I remember reading about Starwatch in Doctor Who Magazine a few years back. So when Mark started working with Candy Jar on a new project, we grilled him about this. During these conversations he pitched an idea for a short story: Shillingbury Tales meets The Tomorrow People, with a hint of Children of the Stones. I told him to go away and write it.”

Mark continued: “I wanted the story to feel as much like the early 1970s as possible. I’m old enough to remember how grim it was. In particular I remember how frightening football violence could be. This story transfers the fears of the terraces to a rural village and throws Lethbridge-Stewart into the mix.”

United in Blood is only available to readers who order the novellas bundle (comprising The Life of Evans, The Flaming Soldier and Day of the Intelligence).

Shaun Russell, head of publishing at Candy Jar, said: “People who have ordered the bundle already will automatically get the free story, but I would advise those readers who plan to buy all three to do it as soon possible. We only have fifty bundles left and a handful of copies of the individual titles.”

The cover art is by Richard Young. He said: “I’ve really enjoyed the detailed work on the novellas, especially as the schedule has been slightly more relaxed. However, I have missed the fun of a tight schedule. And this one was certainly tight! Anyway, nothing brings out creativity better than a tight deadline. I put the artwork together in record time and I am rather pleased with it. It’s like A Clockwork Orange meets Jossey’s Giants.”

Blurb: New Year 1970 and Lethbridge-Stewart decides to visit an old school friend. In the village of Aldbury something strange is going on. An unexplained increase of violence spreads across the town, and Lethbridge-Stewart finds himself caught up in the middle of it. So much for a short New Year break!

Candy Jar is also pleased to announce that The HAVOC Files 2 & 3 have just been made available on Kindle for £4.99.

The Novellas Bundles are available directly from http://www.candy-jar.co.uk/books/thelifeofevans.html

New Cover Revealed, Plus Easter Offers!

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Candy Jar Books is pleased to release the cover art for the second Lethbridge-Stewart spin-off novella, The Flaming Soldier, designed by Richard Young.

Richard says: “For this second cover I wanted to create a full colour image rather than my usual mix of colour and black and white. I had also backed myself into a corner with The Life of Evans. I found it quite difficult to fade the hand-drawn train explosion into the background, so here for the first time I decided to create the fire effects digitally, though Travers and Eileen are still pencil drawings.”

Written by Christopher Bryant, the book features a younger Travers, alongside real-life World War 2 heroine Eileen Younghusband, who passed away in September 2016. Christopher says: “In The Last Duty Eileen was only a cameo. Her inclusion came quite late to the mix, and despite her character hinting at a past fighting aliens, we didn’t fully explore this, so when the opportunity came along to delve deeper, I jumped at the chance.”

Shaun Russell, head of publishing at Candy Jar, says: “Eileen worked in the Filter Room, the top secret hub of Britain’s air defence, and tracked the first V2 rocket into the country! Before she died, I had a brief conversation with her about our Lethbridge-Stewart series. We joked about her being the first person to track an alien rocket into the country and this sparked an idea. Her sad death prompted us to include her in The Last Duty, but now we feel the time is right to discover more about Eileen’s alien fighting exploits during WW2.”

Eileen made an appearance in The Last Duty alongside her fictional cousin, Captain Younghusand. Quentin Younghusband, Eileen’s real-life nephew, is really pleased that Eileen’s legacy will live on. He says: “My aunt would have been tickled pink at the fact that she is a central character in this the latest book in the Lethbridge-Stewart series.”

Richard Young continues: “I was aware of Eileen from seeing her on the TV, but I never knew just how famous she was until I did my preliminary research. It turns out that she lived quite a life, so there was no pressure to get her portrait right… not! I’m pleased to say that the feedback I received from the family totally blew me away. I just hope that I have done her justice for all her fans.”

Eileen’s numerous television appearances included the BBC series, Britain’s Greatest Generation, Channel 4’s WW2: The Last Heroes, and the ITV Wales programme Welsh Heroes of World War Two, as well as BBC’s Breakfast, The One Show and Eggheads. Her book One Woman’s War won a People’s Book Prize. Her final book Eileen’s War was written for children and was completed and published only weeks before her death.

Bringing in a younger Edward Travers is all part of range editor Andy Frankham-Allen’s grand plan. He says: “Travers’ life between The Abominable Snowmen and The Web of Fear is still pretty much unexplored, bar a few hints here and there. It has already been established that he worked for a previous version of the Home-Army Operational Corps during World War 2, but this is our first look at what his work entailed. It’s all part of a much larger canvas, as we slowly unveil the hidden mysteries and secrets of Professor Travers’ remarkable life.”

Blurb:

Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart is investigating a series of cases of spontaneous combustion. How can an inferno start inside a brick wall? Who or what are the ghost-like creatures spotted in the area around Imber base? Does it have anything to do with Eileen Younghusband, hotel proprietor, whose ordinary day is about to be interrupted by secrets from her past? Traumatic events from the Second World War impact upon the present day and a mysterious aircraft could hold the key to the identity of the flaming soldier.

The Flaming Soldier is available for pre-order now, for £12.99 (+ p&p), and will be which published in hardback, with a strict print-run of only 400 copies. You can pre-order individually or as part of the discounted novella UK bundle for only £38.40, saving £9.57, or an international bundle for only £55.59, saving £7.40. Order early to avoid disappointment.

With the launch of series ten of Doctor Who starting on Saturday, Candy Jar is making the third series of Lethbridge-Stewart (Times Squared, Blood of Atlantis, Mind of Stone) and Connecting Who: Artificial Beings available for free via Kindle across the Easter weekend.

Only available directly from Candy Jar Books at: http://www.candy-jar.co.uk/books/theflamingsoldier.html

Open Submission For Limited Period

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Ever fancied writing for the Lethbridge-Stewart range? Well, now’s your chance.

For a limited period, Candy Jar Books are opening their short story range to everybody (as long as you’ve never written for the series before). All you have to do is send a one line idea, and a short story you’ve written (any short story, as long as it’s a finished piece), so the editors can gauge your writing ability.

To submit visit Candy Jar Books. The open submissions close on April 29th.

All pitches will be answered, regardless of acceptance.

Please continue reading below…

What we are not looking for:

  • The inclusion of UNIT.
  • The inclusion of any Doctor Who monsters/companions/characters not already part of the Lethbridge-Stewart range. (This includes Kate Lethbridge-Stewart, Group Captain Ian Gilmore, the Rutan Host, and Adrienne Kramer.)
  • Nation-wide alien invasions in front of the general public/news media.
  • Time travel stories featuring the Brig, pre-Mawdryn Undead.
  • Alien planet stories featuring the Brig, pre-The Three Doctors.
  • The Dominators and/or Quarks.
  • The Great Intelligence and/or Yeti.

What we are looking for:

  • At least one of our four main characters must take lead (with notable exceptions below). These four are: Brigadier Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart, Miss/Doctor Anne Travers, 2nd Lieutenant Bill Bishop, RSM Samson Ware.
  • Harold Chorley, Gwynfor Evans, Professor Travers may take lead if the story is right.
  • Our popular semi-regulars may make an appearance. These are: Larry Greene, Charlie Redfern, Lance Corporal Sally Wright, Lieutenant Colonel Walter Douglas, Owain Vine.
  • If set in England or Wales, 2 Battalion will be sent out. They are stationed at Imber, Salisbury. Under the command of Captain Younghusband, with Evans as a key NCO. A list of available Corps members will be provided.
  • Time travel stories centred around our leads, excluding the Brig. (Will favour stories featuring Anne and Bishop in this regard.)
  • Alien worlds. As long as the Brig doesn’t visit them. (Will favour stories featuring Anne, Bishop, Evans, Younghusband, Professor Travers.)
  • The Brig’s entire timeline is open, even the UNIT era, as long as he’s not working with UNIT in your story.
  • Stories featuring our leads’ families. (The Brig has a big family [on both his mother and father’s sides], not just Kate and her two children. [If your initial idea involves his family, Andy will discuss with you their use before outline is submitted.])
  • Character-led stories, not plot-led. Plots serve the characters, not the other way around.
  • Stories that look at the pre-Web of Fear lives of our leads (such stories will require a decent working knowledge of our series).
  • Stories that take a look at what the Fifth Operational Corps, under the command of Brigadier Walter Douglas, was up to during the UNIT era. (Continuity details will be discussed if storyline is approved.)
  • First person perspective, ala Doctor Who and an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks, showing an outsider walking in to the mad world of the Corps.

Candy Jar is also looking for submissions for their forthcoming book that celebrate fifty years of Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart. What they’re looking for are articles covering any aspect of the Brigadier’s fifty-year history; a look at his UNIT days, a look at his appearances in other media, etc. If you have an idea, then visit Candy Jar Books to find out how to send it to them. There is no closing date currently, but one will be announced in due course.

All submissions will be answered, regardless of whether they are accepted.

The Life of Evans – Cover Art!

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Candy Jar Books is pleased to release the cover art for the upcoming Lethbridge-Stewart spin-off novella, The Life of Evans, with artwork by Richard Young.

Shaun Russell, head of publishing, says: “We had great feedback from Richard’s Blood of Atlantis cover. His style harks back to the classic era of Doctor Who, and we wanted to showcase this talent across a number of books. As a result we have commissioned him for all three novellas.”

Richard says: “One of my favourite artists is Drew Struzan, the man responsible for some the most iconic poster designs of the 20th century, including Back to the Future, Indiana Jones and Star Wars. I would never compare myself to him, but I do try to follow his traditional design philosophy. Shaun, who is also a fan of his work, wanted the novellas to embrace this hand-drawn style.”

Shaun, and Range Editor Andy Frankham-Allen, decided that they wanted the novellas to have their own distinct look. Andy says: “The main range evolved into a circular motif, so for the novellas we thought we could do something slightly different. Diamond shapes are a standard element of classic Doctor Who, notably the logo used from 1974 to 1979, and it seemed an obvious thing to echo here. Shaun worked with Richard to develop the overall concept, while I continued my focus on the stories.”

Richard adds: “Once we’d fixed on the idea, I started work on the individual elements for the composition. Candy Jar prefers the artwork for the covers to be submitted as separate elements, rather than a single completed piece of artwork. I’m sure Drew Struzan has never done this, but it does allow for a greater flexibility when I am creating elements individually, or as a whole. So this cover is actually made up of several illustrations; Evans, the train and explosion, the standing stones, the sunset, the old man, and finally his hand.”

New blurb: Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart never could work out what to do with Private Gwynfor Evans. He never got on with the troops, was always shirking responsibility. So a reassignment to Imber was in order, and a whole new training programme under the watchful eye of Captain Younghusband.

Things seemed to be working out, Evans even made a new friend in the shape of Private Tommy Godber, but things soon take a sinister turn when Evans finds himself the prisoner of a strange alien intelligence. The spearhead of a new invasion. But before it continues in its plan, the alien seems oddly curious about the life of Evans…

These novellas will be released throughout 2017, strictly limited to 400 copies each (Candy Jar has already sold 200 of the 400). The Life of Evans will be followed by Day of the Intelligence by Andy Frankham-Allen, and The Flaming Soldier by Christopher Bryant. Each can be pre-ordered separately, or as part of a discounted bundle.

The Life of Evans tells the untold story of Private Evans, everybody’s favourite Welsh slacker. John Peel, the author, says: “Part of the fun of writing this kind of story is inventing new menaces. This time I got to create two – only one of which was alien. Another part of the fun is doing terrible things to our favourite characters, and I certainly put poor old Evans through the wringer. I think he’ll survive it.”

Also included in this book is a bonus short story by Robert Mammone, called Time and Again. The story serves as a sequel to the 1985 Doctor Who television serial Timelash, and is a prequel to the forthcoming spin-off series, Travers & Wells, revealing more of the mystery that was first seen at the end of the novel, Times Squared. Travers & Wells will be a new novella series, echoing the novellas of HG Wells, such as The War of the Worlds.

The Life of Evans is available for pre-order now, for £12.99 (+ p&p), and will be which published in hardback, with a strict print-run of only 400 copies. You can pre-order individually or as part of the discounted novella UK bundle for only £38.40, saving £9.57, or an international bundle for only £55.59, saving £7.40. Order early to avoid disappointment. Only available directly from Candy Jar Books at: http://www.candy-jar.co.uk/books/thelifeofevans.html

Series Four Available for Pre-order

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night-of-the-intelligence-cover-smallCandy Jar Books is pleased to announce the latest titles in its Lethbridge-Stewart range of novels are now available for pre-order!

Series four features Night of the Intelligence by Andy Frankham-Allen, released in May; The Daughters of Earth by Sarah Groenewegen, released in June; and The Dreamer’s Lament by Benjamin Buford-Jones released in July.

Head of Publishing, Shaun Russell, says: “We’re very excited about our latest series of novels, which not only begins our 50th Anniversary celebrations of the Great Intelligence, but also brings two new authors to the novel range.”

Night of the Intelligence is released the same month as the novella, Day of the Intelligence, both delving into different aspects of the Intelligence’s origin story.

Range Editor/Author Andy Frankham-Allen says: “Day began as a series of interludes set within the framework of Night, but when we considered the eventual word count of Night (which is deliberately set out to be the longest novel in the range thus far) we decided to make Day a novella in its own right. Although both books are connected, in so much as they both explore the origins of the Intelligence, they are still written in such a way that you don’t necessarily need to read one to understand the other. Although, of course, if you have both, then you will get a fuller and more enriching experience.”

The cover art is another masterpiece by Colin Howard. Colin says: “I was thrilled to find out my next cover was to feature Professor Travers, in a tribute to Chris Achilleos’ original Three Doctors Target novelisation. I decided to put Jack Watling as the professor on the cover in his ‘possessed by the Intelligence’ state from The Web of Fear. I screen-grabbed a  reference from the platform scene with Victoria, and painted his portrait on my WACOM Intuos Pro at around 2-300 x magnification, colouring as I went, with the shading from the screen-shot as reference. The visualisation of the Intelligence was a greater challenge, with the brief stating an ‘ethereal old man-like figure’ in the Omega pose. So, to give the impression of the burning Intelligence within, I opted for a glow from the eyes and mouth, stopping short at having the energy crack the parchment-like figure’s skin. With Owen, there was a modern reference picture of Ryan Jaymes (a friend of Andy’s, who ‘modelled’ for us) from which to base the character on. It was just a matter of late-‘60s/early-’70s hair needing to be applied, as well as clothing based on Adrian Salmon’s character guide art. I thought it would also be nice to add some sympathetic lighting, picked from colours in the background and reflected on the face/hair (including a Shaggy from Scooby Doo style Beard!). Thonmi was slightly more challenging, as it had to be the same actor who portrayed him in The Abominable Snowmen, David Spenser, but aged somewhat. So the relevant robes and head-dress were required. Luckily with the assistance of Andy, I managed to find a reference online of the actor in later days so was able to incorporate this into the visualisation of Thonmi you see now on the cover.”

With Owain taking a more prominent role in Night of the Intelligence, the second novel, The Daughters of Earth, sees Lethbridge-Stewart’s fiancee, Sally, take a more central role in the story, in what will prove to be something of a game-changer for the series as a whole.

Andy Frankham-Allen says: “The relationship between Lethbridge-Stewart and Sally has been simmering away in the background of the series so far, ten novels in total. The Daughters of Earth has been set up very deliberately to put Sally in a position that makes her look at her engagement in a very different way.”

The third book, The Dreamer’s Lament, sees the welcome return of Chorely, who was last seen in the novel, The Grandfather Infestation.

Shaun Russell says: “Readers adored the team-up of Lethbridge-Stewart and Chorley in 2015’s Mutually Assured Domination, so it was only a matter of time before we paired them together once again, removing them from all familiar surroundings, leaving them with no choice but to work together. With, no doubt, hilarious results.”

Night of the Intelligence is available for pre-order now, for £8.99 (+ p&p). You can pre-order it individually or as part of the discounted UK bundle for only £26.25 (including postage), saving £9.72, or an international bundle for only £45.00 (including postage), saving £5.97. Or, you can buy it as part of our yearly subscription offer. Order early to avoid disappointment.

http://www.candy-jar.co.uk/books/nightoftheintelligence.html

New Hardback Novella Range Announced

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Candy Jar Books is pleased to announce its brand new limited edition Lethbridge-Stewart novella range!

Three new hardback novellas will be released throughout 2017, strictly limited to 400 copies each. March sees the release of The Life of Evans by John Peel, with Day of the Intelligence by Andy Frankham-Allen following in May, and The Flaming Soldier by Christopher Bryant in July. Each can be pre-ordered separately, or as part of a discounted bundle.

Head of Publishing, Shaun Russell, says: “We’re very excited to announce these novellas, a way to tell stories that may not necessarily work as full-length works, giving us a chance to explore different corners of the Lethbridge-Stewart universe. We’re launching this new range with three very special releases, all with very specific goals.”

Day of the Intelligence is released to celebrate fifty years of the Great Intelligence, telling the official origin story, fully authorised by Haisman & Lincoln, with The Flaming Soldier being released to commemorate the World War II hero, Eileen Youghusband.

But first comes The Life of Evans, which tells the untold story of Driver Evans, everybody’s favourite Welsh slacker.

Range Editor Andy Frankham-Allen says: “I always had a plan to develop Evans beyond the obvious cliches of his television appearance, but it turned out to be one-too-many character arcs for the series. As such Evans disappeared after 2016’s The Grandfather Infestation. Fortunately, the idea of the novellas came along, and due to the popularity of Evans, I decided it made sense to explore Evans’ character arc in the first novella. John Peel was the obvious choice; he writes quickly, and works very well to spec, and since we’ve had a lot of readers ask for more Peel, it seemed the perfect opportunity to kill two birds with one stone. And, naturally, John nailed it.”

John Peel says: ”Part of the fun of writing this kind of story is inventing new menaces. This time I got to create two – only one of which was alien. Another part of the fun is doing terrible things to our favourite characters, and I certainly put poor old Evans through the wringer. I think he’ll survive it.”

Also included in this book is a bonus short story by Robert Mammone, called Time and Again. The story serves as a sequel to the 1985 Doctor Who television serial Timelash, and is a prequel to the forthcoming spin-off series, Travers & Wells, revealing more of the mystery that was first seen at the end of the novel, Times Squared. Travers & Wells will be a new novella series, echoing the novellas of HG Wells, such as The War of the Worlds.

Frankham-Allen says: “I contacted Glen McCoy in 2016 about using the characters from his Doctor Who adventure, and after a lovely phone call with me explaining my ideas for the series, he was more than happy with what he called ‘a wicked imagination’. Once that was settled, it was just a case of finding the right person to launch the series, so I turned to Robert as I was very impressed with his speed and level of excellence when he wrote us a Halloween story last year.”

Robert Mammone says: “When Andy and I were chatting on Skype about the upcoming novellas it suddenly dawned on him we could set up the range with a prequel short story.  I immediately said yes and then knuckled down to getting the ideas, themes and plot straight. I didn’t want the story to be a direct sequel to Timelash, but I did want to take elements from that story as a way of looking at how those who assume authority after toppling a dictatorship can end up aping some of the actions of those overthrown. And despite the melancholy tone, it was an exciting project to work on – be faithful to the source material, but broaden and deepen the themes to bring them up-to-date with 21st Century sensibilities. I hope everyone enjoys it and stays for the ride that is about to begin!”

The Life of Evans is available for pre-order now, for £12.99 (+ p&p), and will be which published in hardback, with a strict print-run of only 400 copies. You can pre-order individually or as part of the discounted novella UK bundle for only £38.40, saving £9.57, or an international bundle for only £55.59, saving £7.40. Order early to avoid disappointment. Only available directly from Candy Jar Books HERE.