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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After Britain II: Doggerland

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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...

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A very early and very good morning to you all!
      The concluding part to this particular section involving the Vault is finally up, so for all of you who've been waiting to see what Rosie's up to, wait no longer. Well, you'll have to wait for the next update, but you get what I mean. Hopefully, you'll still remember her after the sixty odd pages we've had of Rachel and George trying to avoid death in pretty much every way they can.
      Till the next time,