M T McGuire
The published works of M T McGuire
Posted November 18, 2016 and visited 1691 times, 9 so far today
I have a new book out! Oh yes I do.
Posted December 26, 2014 and visited 1789 times, 2 so far today
Christmas. The traditional time of unfulfilled expectations and almost unfailingly the death of a friend or relative. I have to admit that the best bit about Christmas, for me, is the day we get back from whoever we’ve been staying with that year, and I can relax in the knowledge that it’s all over for […]
Posted September 27, 2014 and visited 1530 times, 3 so far today
Techniques for naming characters.
Posted June 12, 2014 and visited 3108 times, 3 so far today
I’ve a new book out! Weeeeee!
Posted October 1, 2013 and visited 1831 times, 3 so far today
It’s the time for adventure, the kind of adventure that means I must bicycle very fast from A to B in the early morning, which is, of course, the time when I am least equipped to do so.
Posted September 10, 2013 and visited 2881 times, 4 so far today
A rather rambling post, in which I share some stats and some news about K’Barthan Trilogy: Part 3
Posted March 1, 2013 and visited 1731 times, 5 so far today
M T McGuire appears at Barren Island Books
Posted January 1, 2013 and visited 2549 times, 3 so far today
Why not blow away the cobwebs with one of Gladys and Ada’s famous cheese and pickle sandwiches? You know, the pickle that’s famed for its chilli heat. No? Suit yourself. But if you are nursing a cup of black coffee with a couple of Alka Seltza in it this morning, if you have the shakes […]
Posted December 25, 2012 and visited 3190 times, 4 so far today
At least, I hope it is. I’m not talking about the Asterix character I mean a sort of present for you lot, who kindly read this. And it’s an excerpt. So what we have here, unedited, raw, unfinished but reasonably well polished is the first chapter from One Man: No Plan, K’Barthan Trilogy: Part 3.
Posted December 15, 2012 and visited 2690 times, 3 so far today
Strangely, Real Life is relevant to writing fantasy science-fiction…