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If you're reading this, then you probably want some information to build up a mental picture of me. Well, there isn't much to say, save that I'm a musical Luddite - choosing good ol' Rock'n'Roll (Beatles, Dylan, Hendrix an' such) over the doof-doof music of today - and that I read stuff by folks like Stephen King, George R.R. Martin, Tolkien, and Gaiman. I have also subjugated the entire British Isles under my rule - hence the name.

I've got a couple of things up that might interest you, so have a gander through my work and see if anything catches your eye. If not, click on something anyway. You might surprise yourself and find what you're reading to your liking.

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9 Published Works

Featured work.

After Britain II: Doggerland

Social data: 8.2K reads. 577 votes. 268 comments.

Description: Five years have passed since the bloody events of After Britain, and the dead landscape of the world has only gotten worse. New cities are rising, and with their growing armies and dark intent, the people of the After are in more danger than ever. M...


Other Works by KingBritain.
Mystery Box

Mystery Box

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Over the years, I've written a lot of things that don't really have a home. Some are short stories, some...

After Britain

After Britain

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When the manics came and the fires followed, only the After remained. Follow The Soldier as he struggle...

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The Dead King

The Dead King

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'I have chosen you as my champion, to shape the world as I see fit.' Cedric Swift died on his father's...

Epitaph

Epitaph

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In Norland, the dead don't stay dead. A marauding army of deadmen ravage the grim landscape of Norland...

KingBritain commented on The Black Tide - Chapter 22


KingBritain
Mad bastard doggies. This is pretty much my worst nightmare - a proper, full throttle, snapping, barking, chomping dog is enough to send me into a wild, weeping, jumping mess. I remember walking home from work once, and a huge dog with eyes like a stoner and jowls like elephant ears pottered over to me. Anybody else, it would have just sniffed 'em and buggered off, but because it was me, and because it could smell the fear dripping off me, it started to growl and jump and snap and-
      
      And I leapt in front of my friend to save myself. Picked up Coward of the Year award after that. The dog buggered off the second his owner called him, but I was only a few seconds from chomped on like Ava. So I feel her pain - well, kinda feel it. Either way, all dogs can bugger off in my opinion.


KingBritain
Come to think of it, what is my punishment? It probably isn't a good thing willingly accepting a punishment without actually giving much thought as to what I'll be going through. For all I know, every day I'm late with my story, a finger of mine'll be chopped off and fed to the nearest hound. Or something much, much worse, like having to listen to Kayne West (please, oh please don't let it be that).