Yes, the cover of my new novella THE MURDERS OF MOLLY SOUTHBOURNE is here!
You can find out what it’s about, and a metric ton of blurbage on the publisher’s page at Tor.com
“The Murders of Molly Southbourne reaches deep into the heart of existence and drags our fears into the sunlight. An excellent, terrifying read.” —Fran Wilde, award-winning author of Updraft, Cloudbound, and Horizon
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ink and pencil
I had a day off so I decided to wander around London. I found:
A Batphone in Greenwich Market.
This misconception about alcohol in front of a pub on the Southbank.
The best second hand books in London are under Waterloo Bridge, just in front of the British Film Institute.
Minor Beatles history found on Monmouth Street. It’s largely gentrified these days but there used to be a large second-hand clothes street market there.
This is the north opening of the Greenwich foot tunnel. Londoners like to know where their tunnels are in case we get bombed.
The Greenwich foot tunnel.
The south exit of the Greenwich Foot Tunnel.
This is the sundial at Seven Dials Junction in Covent Garden. Yes, shockingly, it has seven sundials.
And here’s the establishing shot.
ink, water colour