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May Book Giveaway: Winners Announced

11 May

To mark the 5,000th visitor to this blog since I started it at the end of 2012 as well as my 100th post, I ran a competition to win five signed coped of the first edition of my post-apocalyptic thriller For Those In Peril On The Sea.

Having been running for two weeks, this competition ended today. The correct answer to the question ‘Where is For Those In Peril On The Sea primarily set?’ was ‘the Northern Bahamas’. One hundred and ninety-two of the people who entered got this answer right.

I’m pleased to say that the five randomly selected winners are:

1. Tracey Peach
2. Mark Palmer
3. Karen Barrett
4. Michelle Williams
5. Sarah Parker

I’ve emailed the winners with details of how they can collect their prize.

So congratulations to the five winners and thanks to everyone who entered. If you weren’t lucky enough to be a winner, you can purchase For Those In Peril On The Sea from Amazon as either a paperback or as a Kindle ebook using the links on the right-hand side of this page.

For Those In Peril On The Sea

For Those In Peril On The Sea available from http://www.amazon.com/For-Those-Peril-The-ebook/dp/B00BRLF8PS/

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From the author of For Those In Peril On The Sea, a tale of post-apocalyptic survival in a world where zombie-like infected rule the land and all the last few human survivors can do is stay on their boats and try to survive. Now available in print and as a Kindle ebook. Click here or visit www.forthoseinperil.net to find out more. To download a preview of the first three chapters, click here.

To read the Foreword Clarion Review of For Those In Peril On The Sea (where it scored five stars out of five) click here.

Book Giveaway: Win A Signed Copy Of ‘For Those In Peril On The Sea’

27 Apr

***UPDATE 11th May 2013: This competition has now closed. You can find details of the winners here***

To mark the 5,000th visitor to this blog since I started it at the end of 2012 as well as my 100th post (two landmarks that passed this week), I’m giving away five signed copies of the first edition of my post-apocalyptic thriller For Those In Peril On The Sea in a contest I’m running over the next two weeks. There’s no restrictions on where you live (although since the prizes will be mailed from the UK it may take some time to reach you) and if you wish you can choose to have your prize as a Kindle ebook rather than the first edition – but obviously ebooks will not be signed.

Apologies to any younger readers of this blog but have to be 16 or over to enter. Only one entry per person is allowed. While you’re required to enter your email address, this is only so I can get in touch with you if you win. You will receive no other emails and I’ll not store you email address anywhere once the competition is over.

To enter, simply visit the Amazon listing page of For Those In Peril On The Sea and answer the question below (only entries submitted using the form provided will be accepted).

Five names will be randomly selected from all the correct answers that reach me by the 15:00 BST on the 10th of May 2013 – that’s two weeks today (any entries received after that will be deleted). I’ll contact the winners by email to arrange delivery as soon as they are selected and will post the names of the winners here shortly after.

So here’s the question:



For Those In Peril On The Sea

For Those In Peril On The Sea available from http://www.amazon.com/For-Those-Peril-The-ebook/dp/B00BRLF8PS/




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From the author of For Those In Peril On The Sea, a tale of post-apocalyptic survival in a world where zombie-like infected rule the land and all the last few human survivors can do is stay on their boats and try to survive. Now available in print and as a Kindle ebook. Click here or visit www.forthoseinperil.net to find out more. To download a preview of the first three chapters, click here.

To read the Foreword Clarion Review of For Those In Peril On The Sea (where it scored five stars out of five) click here.

For Those In Peril On The Sea – Paperback Currently 1/3rd Off At Amazon.com

20 Apr

I’ve just noticed that the paperback version of my debut novel, For Those In Peril On the Sea, is currently available from Amazon.com for US$9.98. This is 1/3rd off the usual cover price of US$14.99. This discount is being offered by Amazon so I’m not too sure how long it will last but it’s a good opportunity to pick up a bargain. And the best thing is since Amazon are the ones offering the discount, I still get the same amount for every book sold!

For Those In Peril On The Sea.

For Those In Peril On The Sea.

Primarily set in the northern Bahamas, For Those In Peril On the Sea weaves its tale of post-apocalyptic survival into the local sub-tropical seascape and the sailing culture that can be found there. With its evocative use of real locations haunted by zombie-like infected and atmospheric depictions of the trials of life at sea drawn from the author’s own experiences, this debut novel from Colin M. Drysdale provides a new and unusual take on the traditional post-apocalyptic and zombie genres.

What The Official Reviewers Say:

‘… For Those in Peril on the Sea is not a mere imitator of currently popular zombie books and films. Drysdale’s novel proves different and superior in concept as well as content. The infected are unusual in ways that make them seem terrifyingly real, and the idea of the survivors being trapped offshore is an imaginative and effective twist. While some scenes in the book can be graphic and brutal, Drysdale never allows them to become gratuitous, and each disturbing moment serves a purpose in the plot. The tone of barely suppressed terror is emphasized by the author’s willingness to write as ruthlessly as his story demands: readers will quickly learn that even those who seem most deserving of survival can quite easily fall victim to the infected. …’ ‘Five Stars (out of five).’ – Foreword Clarion Reviews (click here to read the whole review).

What Readers Say:

‘As a long term fan of post apocalyptic fiction (The Stand, The Passage, World War Z etc.) I’m always keen to try out a new author. However, I must confess to a growing weariness with zombie fiction as it so often involves the same old stereotypes and locations – it’s been done to death – no pun intended. So I was pleasantly surprised that “For Those in Peril” served up some genuinely fresh ideas. So often tales of the zombie apocalypse centre around a group of survivors trapped in some urban location trying to escape to some safe haven, quite often the ocean, and when they finally get their hands on a boat they either suffer some cruel last minute attack or sail off into the sunset. But what happens next? Well that’s where this book comes in, exploring the consequences of life after the apocalypse. …’ Four Stars out of Five. Click here to read the whole review.

‘This is a quick read and fun for those into the zombie genre … I found I couldn’t put the book down and whizzed through it, while sitting on a sunny deck with a drink in my other hand. The author has obviously thought a lot about the practicalities of being stuck on a boat during a zombie infestation. …’ Five Stars out of Five. Click here to read the whole review.

Preview The Book:

Extracts from the first three chapters can be downloaded as a PDF from the book’s website (www.forthoseinperil.net) by clicking here.

From the back of the book:

After a six week voyage across the Atlantic, they couldn’t wait to get to shore. When they got there, they found the land would never be safe again…

There was nothing to suggest it would be anything other than a routine delivery. Four people thrown together by chance, sailing a newly-built catamaran from South Africa to Miami. But while they were away, something happened, something none of them could ever have imagined. When they get back to civilisation, they find it no longer exists. The land is no longer safe. Their only option is to stay on the boat and try to survive.

Join Bill, Rob, Jon and CJ as they travel around their frightening new world. One where they must struggle against the infected that now rule the land, the elements and each other.

 About The Author:

As a marine biologist, Colin M. Drysdale has spent plenty of time at sea with no land in sight but he is always glad when he finally gets back to shore. This novel is inspired by a thought that often plagues him during his voyages. What would he do if something happened while he was away and he could never go back?



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From the author of For Those In Peril On The Sea, a tale of post-apocalyptic survival in a world where zombie-like infected rule the land and all the last few human survivors can do is stay on their boats and try to survive. Now available in print and as a Kindle ebook. Click here or visit www.forthoseinperil.net to find out more. To download a preview of the first three chapters, click here.

To read the Foreword Clarion Review of For Those In Peril On The Sea (where it scored five stars out of five) click here.

Release Of Interactive Map To Accompany ‘For Those In Peril On The Sea’

23 Mar

For Those In Peril On The Sea is a novel about survival in a post-apocalyptic world that’s set in and around the northern Bahamas. Since this is not a part of the world many people are familiar with, I’ve put together an interactive map based around Google Earth which allows the readers to explore the real world locations and the landscapes where the book is set. Using this map, you can see where key events take place and also look at the routes the characters take between these locations.

The map (which can be found here) comes in different sections, each of which is specific to an individual chapter. For example, this is the map section for chapter two (this and the other screenshots for this post were taken on my Nexus 7):

Map Section For Chapter Two

Map Section For Chapter Two

This shows the locations mentioned in this chapter, as well as the route the characters took as they move from the lighthouse at Hole-in-the-Wall, where they first realise something is wrong with the world towards their intended destination of Miami. You can also zoom in and look at what happened at a finer scale. For example, you could zoom in on the area around Hole-in-the-Wall lighthouse (at the right-hand end of the above map) and examine the events that happen there, like this:

The Events At Hole In The Wall

The Events At Hole In The Wall

If you click on any of the symbols, an information window appears that provides a brief summary of what happened in the book there (warning: these may contain plot spoilers, so it’s better to look at the map section for each chapter once you’ve read it). Here’s one example of an information window for one of the locations at Hole-in-the-Wall:

Information About The First Attack

Information About The First Attack

Different colours are used for different groups of characters, so you can tell what each of they are doing. For example, blue is always used for events involving the central characters in the book (called Bill, Rob, Jon and CJ), while green is used for another group that they meet up with near Miami, as shown below in the map section for chapter three.

Events At Miami

Events At Miami

You can find the full map here on the website that’s been put together to accompany For Those In Peril On The Sea. I hope you find this a useful addition to the book itself and that it increases your enjoyment of the story told in it.

If you want to find out more about creating interactive map layers to accompany your stories, you can click here to find another post on this subject.

If you would be interested in having such layers created to accompany any of your own work, please email me at info[at]forthoseinperil.net and we can discuss it further.

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From the author of For Those In Peril On The Sea, a tale of post-apocalyptic survival in a world where zombie-like infected rule the land and all the last few human survivors can do is stay on their boats and try to survive. Now available in print and as a Kindle eBook. Click here or visit www.forthoseinperil.net to find out more.

To read the Foreword Clarion Review of For Those In Peril On The Sea (where it scored five stars out of five) click here.

For Those In Peril On The Sea – Now Available In Print In The US And As A Kindle eBook

21 Mar

Primarily set in the northern Bahamas, For Those In Peril On the Sea weaves its tale of post-apocalyptic survival into the local sub-tropical seascape and the sailing culture that can be found there. With its evocative use of real locations haunted by zombie-like infected and atmospheric depictions of the trials of life at sea drawn from the author’s own experiences, this debut novel from Colin M. Drysdale provides a new and unusual take on the traditional post-apocalyptic and zombie genres.

For Those In Peril On The Sea.

For Those In Peril On The Sea.


Originally released by Pictish Beast Publications in the UK on the 3rd January 2013, For Those In Peril On The Sea is now available for the first time as a paperback in the US/Internationally and as a Kindle ebook. To purchase in the US, click here. To purchase in the UK, click here. For all other countries, either visit your national Amazon site or click here to purchase from Amazon.com.

What The Official Reviewers Say:

‘… For Those in Peril on the Sea is not a mere imitator of currently popular zombie books and films. Drysdale’s novel proves different and superior in concept as well as content. The infected are unusual in ways that make them seem terrifyingly real, and the idea of the survivors being trapped offshore is an imaginative and effective twist. While some scenes in the book can be graphic and brutal, Drysdale never allows them to become gratuitous, and each disturbing moment serves a purpose in the plot. The tone of barely suppressed terror is emphasized by the author’s willingness to write as ruthlessly as his story demands: readers will quickly learn that even those who seem most deserving of survival can quite easily fall victim to the infected. …’ ‘Five Stars (out of five).’ – Foreword Clarion Reviews (click here to read the whole review).

What Readers Say:
(the book has been available in the UK since January and unofficially as an ebook and in the US/Internationally since 9th of March 2013)

‘As a long term fan of post apocalyptic fiction (The Stand, The Passage, World War Z etc.) I’m always keen to try out a new author. However, I must confess to a growing weariness with zombie fiction as it so often involves the same old stereotypes and locations – it’s been done to death – no pun intended. So I was pleasantly surprised that “For Those in Peril” served up some genuinely fresh ideas. So often tales of the zombie apocalypse centre around a group of survivors trapped in some urban location trying to escape to some safe haven, quite often the ocean, and when they finally get their hands on a boat they either suffer some cruel last minute attack or sail off into the sunset. But what happens next? Well that’s where this book comes in, exploring the consequences of life after the apocalypse. …’ Four Stars out of Five. Click here to read the whole review.

‘This is a quick read and fun for those into the zombie genre … I found I couldn’t put the book down and whizzed through it, while sitting on a sunny deck with a drink in my other hand. The author has obviously thought a lot about the practicalities of being stuck on a boat during a zombie infestation. …’ Five Stars out of Five. Click here to read the whole review.

Preview The Book:

Extracts from the first three chapters can be downloaded as a PDF from the book’s website (www.forthoseinperil.net) by clicking here.

From the back of the book:

After a six week voyage across the Atlantic, they couldn’t wait to get to shore. When they got there, they found the land would never be safe again…

There was nothing to suggest it would be anything other than a routine delivery. Four people thrown together by chance, sailing a newly-built catamaran from South Africa to Miami. But while they were away, something happened, something none of them could ever have imagined. When they get back to civilisation, they find it no longer exists. The land is no longer safe. Their only option is to stay on the boat and try to survive.

Join Bill, Rob, Jon and CJ as they travel around their frightening new world. One where they must struggle against the infected that now rule the land, the elements and each other.

 About The Author:

As a marine biologist, Colin M. Drysdale has spent plenty of time at sea with no land in sight but he is always glad when he finally gets back to shore. This novel is inspired by a thought that often plagues him during his voyages. What would he do if something happened while he was away and he could never go back?

For more information contact: Publicity@PictishBeastPublications.com.

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From the author of For Those In Peril On The Sea, a tale of post-apocalyptic survival in a world where zombie-like infected rule the land and all the last few human survivors can do is stay on their boats and try to survive. Now available in the UK, and available as an ebook and in print in the US from the 21st March 2013. Click here or visit www.forthoseinperil.net to find out more.

For Those In Peril On The Sea – The First Official Review Is Out And It’s Five Stars Out Of Five!

19 Mar

Two days in advance of the official release of For Those In Peril On the Sea as a paperback in the US/Internationally and as a Kindle ebook, the first major review is out … And it’s five stars out of five! It’s a Foreword Clarion Review and you can read it on their website by clicking here, or you can download it as a PDF by clicking here.

For Those In Peril On The Sea.

For Those In Peril On The Sea.


To give you a taster of what the reviewer said, here’s an excerpt:

‘… For Those in Peril on the Sea is not a mere imitator of currently popular zombie books and films. Drysdale’s novel proves different and superior in concept as well as content. The infected are unusual in ways that make them seem terrifyingly real, and the idea of the survivors being trapped offshore is an imaginative and effective twist. While some scenes in the book can be graphic and brutal, Drysdale never allows them to become gratuitous, and each disturbing moment serves a purpose in the plot. The tone of barely suppressed terror is emphasized by the author’s willingness to write as ruthlessly as his story demands: readers will quickly learn that even those who seem most deserving of survival can quite easily fall victim to the infected. …’

To purchase For Those In Peril On The Sea in the US, click here. To purchase in the UK, click here. For all other countries, either visit your national Amazon site or click here to purchase from Amazon.com.

Extracts from the first three chapters can be downloaded as a PDF from the book’s website (www.forthoseinperil.net) by clicking here.

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From the author of For Those In Peril On The Sea, a tale of post-apocalyptic survival in a world where zombie-like infected rule the land and all the last few human survivors can do is stay on their boats and try to survive. Now available in the UK, and available as an ebook and in print in the US from the 21st March 2013. Click here or visit www.forthoseinperil.net to find out more.
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For Those In Peril On The Sea (Pictish Beast Publications) – Now Available In The UK.

3 Jan

New From Pictish Beast Publications:

For Those In Peril On The Sea by Colin M. Drysdale

For Those In Peril On The Sea.

For Those In Peril On The Sea.

Primarily set in the northern Bahamas, this book weaves its story of post-apocalyptic survival into the local sub-tropical seascape and the sailing culture that can be found there. With its evocative use of real locations haunted by zombie-like infected and atmospheric depictions of the trials of life at sea drawn from the author’s own experiences, For Those In Peril On The Sea provides a new and unique take on the traditional post-apocalyptic genre.

Released by Pictish Beast Publications in the UK on the 3rd January 2013, it is now available from all good bookshops, including Amazon.co.uk.


From the back of the book:

After a six week voyage across the Atlantic, they couldn’t wait to get to shore. When they got there, they found the land would never be safe again…

There was nothing to suggest it would be anything other than a routine delivery. Four people thrown together by chance, sailing a newly-built catamaran from South Africa to Miami. But while they were away, something happened, something none of them could ever have imagined. When they get back to civilisation, they find it no longer exists. The land is no longer safe. Their only option is to stay on the boat and try to survive.

Join Bill, Rob, Jon and CJ as they travel around their frightening new world. One where they must struggle against the infected that now rule the land, the elements and each other.

Extracts from the first three chapters can be found on the author’s blog.

About The Author: As a marine biologist, Colin M. Drysdale has spent plenty of time at sea with no land in sight but he is always glad when he finally gets back to shore. This novel is inspired by a thought that often plagues him during his voyages. What would he do if something happened while he was away and he could never go back?

For More Information Contact: Publicity@PictishBeastPublications.com.



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From the author of For Those In Peril On The Sea, a tale of post-apocalyptic survival in a world where zombie-like infected rule the land and all the last few human survivors can do is stay on their boats and try to survive. Now available in the UK. Click here or visit www.forthoseinperil.net to find out more.

Creating The Cover Art For ‘For Those In Peril On The Sea’

19 Nov

The cover art for my upcoming book is something that I’m particularly proud of, and it also happens to be the image I’ve used for the background for this blog. As a result, think it’s worth explaining how it got put together. In particular, people have asked about how I managed to create the shaft of blocked light that appears emanate from the lone figure on the roof.

Cover art for 'For Those In Peril On The Sea'.

Cover art for ‘For Those In Peril On The Sea’.

To explain this, you first need to know that the sunset and the lighthouse come from two completely different photos. I was sat at the lighthouse in the image (it’s the one at Hole-in-the-Wall in the Bahamas, which features in the story itself), looking at the most amazing sunset when I realised it would be great to get the lighthouse silhouetted against it. The only problem was that to get into a position where I could do that I’d have to sit about fifty feet beyond the edge of the cliff, so that wasn’t going to happen. My solution was to take a picture of the sunset, then next day, take a picture of the lighthouse from the shore side and impose one onto of the other. This was in the old days, before Photoshop, so this was done by hand using a cut out from the lighthouse picture and an enlarger. The placement of the ray of blocked light on the roof was completely fortuitous (it’s a natural phenomenon caused by a cloud lying just below the horizon).

Later, when I was trying to think about possible cover designs, I happened to remember this old print I’d put together. I dug it out and it was scanned it into a computer. Thanks to the developments in photo-software in the fifteen years since I made up the original, the figures could then be added to it. This took a bit of trial and error, but the overall effect seemed to work. Originally, I’d intended to just have the shadowy people on the ground, but that feature reaching up into the sky was crying out to have one standing in it. It seems to raise questions in the mind. What’s it doing on the roof? Is this figure one of the infected? Is it someone trying to escape from them?

I’m hoping it will be eye-catching enough to attract people’s attention, without straying too far into the types of covers often associated with zombie-type books (not that there’s anything wrong with that style of cover, it just wasn’t the look I wanted). I think this design has a more post-apocalyptic vibe that is truer to the story being told (which is about survival in the face of adversity, and how it forces people to step up or crumble, rather than zombie horror – despite the fact it’s set in a world where the land has been over-run by zombie-type infected).


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From the author of For Those In Peril On The Sea, a tale of post-apocalyptic survival in a world where zombie-like infected rule the land and all the last few human survivors can do is stay on their boats and try to survive. Now available in the UK. Click here or visit www.forthoseinperil.net to find out more.

Where Do Story Ideas Come From?

2 Nov

At a barbecue over the summer, the teenage daughter of a friend of mine asked me where authors get their ideas from.  I’ve been mulling this over off and on ever since.  I’m not sure about other writers, but I think most of my stories have their roots in my everyday life. Something will happen to me, I’ll see something or I’ll read something and it’ll get  me wondering ‘What if…’. Some times the ‘What if…’ will be relatively straight-forward, other times they’ll lead me in a completely unpredicted and unexpected direction.  For For Those In Peril On The Sea, the basic premise came to me when I was on a research vessel about two hundred miles from the nearest land. This was far out enough that there were no mobile phone signals, and the sea was so rough (the wind was blowing force eleven for those of you who know about such things – for those of you who don’t the scale goes up to twelve, which is hurricane force), we couldn’t use the satellite phone or even get decent reception on either the satellite TV or any of the radios. When I went out on deck, there was nothing but rolling sea as far as the eye could see and it struck me that we could be the only humans left in the world and we’d never know, not all the way out there. That night as I lay in my cabin trying to sleep, I began to wonder what would happen if it turned out this was true.  I started to think about what would happen when we got back to shore and we might find there.  Obviously, when we got back, we found everything as just as we’d left it, but the idea remained with me and eventually worked itself into something that I thought would make an interesting book, and one that I felt deserved to be written.

I think this is where working as a marine biologist for the last twenty years really helps me with my writing. It has given me the opportunity to travel the world and see a lot of bits of it that people don’t usually get to see. In particular, seeing the land from the sea often gives you a fresh perspective on things that you cannot get when you’re standing on it.  It’s like being able to step outside of the world for a while and look back at it as if from a distance. I’ve often wondered whether the feeling astronauts get when looking back at Earth is a similar (if much more intense) version of how I feel when I see distant land across an expanse of sea.

The five or six years I spent living (off and on) in the Bahamas was (and still is) a great source of ‘What if…’ material as it was the kind of place where many strange things happened.  We regularly saw water spouts, experienced epic thunder storms that made it sound as if the sky was being ripped apart above your head and in the late summer there was always the ever-present threat of hurricanes.  Some of these experiences (mostly about the places I visited and the hurricanes I lived through), served as great building blocks for backdrops and set pieces in For Those In Peril On The Sea, while others have worked their way into various short stories that I have stashed away.  One of the oddest ones I haven’t used yet was when I was asked to look after a live sea turtle for a couple of days and then take it into court to be used as evidence. I agreed, thinking this would be something small that could be kept in the bath or a kids’ paddling pool.  Boy was I wrong.  When I got to the police station, I found a three-foot long sea and very angry reptile that did it’s best to tear a chunk out of my arm each time I tried to pick it up.

Sailing, in general, is a great source of ‘What if..’ situations. Not just what happens to you, but also the stories you hear about what’s happened to others. I grew up just too late to witness the first solo round the world race myself and had to settle for reading about it later (if you want to find out more, I’d heartily recommend a book called A Voyage For Madmen), but I grew up hearing people talk about someone ‘Doing a Crowhurst’ and the rumours about what really happened to him were rife (if you don’t know about this read the book, it’s an amazing story – It’s all so weird that if you pitched it to an agent or an editor, they’d say it was too unbelievable!). Then there are the stories told amongst sailors of people surviving months drifting in life rafts, boats found drifting at sea, sails fully set and no one onboard, of submarines coming up under unsuspecting yachts, sinking them in seconds. And being Scottish, there’s always the story of the lighthouse keepers on Flannan Isle. They disappeared one day, leaving their dinner still lying on the table as if they’d just stepped out for a second. That was in 1900 and no one has found any trace of them since. With stories like this floating around, it’s hard not to be inspired to think about what you would do if you were one of the people in these stories, and so the idea for a piece is born.

While others may be able to conjure up whole new worlds in their minds or while they sleep, for me there always has to be a spark of some kind from the real world. If you are like me, then you need to do all you can to make sure that you encounter just the right one.  Travelling helps a lot, but so does listening to people. Pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone and into new situations will bring new source and inspirations.  So will talking to people you wouldn’t normally talk to.  Keep your eyes open and look rather than burying your head in your Kindle.  Sit and watch people passing by, you never know what you’ll see that will help get the ball rolling.

It was while doing this last one that I got the inspiration for the opening scenes of the sequel to For Those In Peril On The Sea (that I’m working on at the moment). For weeks, I’d been struggling to think of a way of writing something that fell in the same world but that wasn’t just a carbon copy of the original. I was starting to think that a sequel wouldn’t be possible without me repeating myself too much when it happened. I was sitting on the steps of a concert hall looking down Glasgow’s busiest shopping street on a Saturday afternoon.  From that vantage point, I could see a solid mass of people filling every inch of the mile long street. They were moving slowly, swaying back and forth, jostling for position. Then it occurred to me that from that distance, they didn’t seem like people, they seemed more like the infected from For Those In Peril On The Sea, shambling around, shambling towards me. That was the spark I needed and I started playing ‘What if…’  What if they were infected? What would happen? How would I get away? Where would I go?  What would I do next?  I still don’t have everything clear in my head yet, but I’m having fun working it all out.


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From the author of For Those In Peril On The Sea, a tale of post-apocalyptic survival in a world where zombie-like infected rule the land and all the last few human survivors can do is stay on their boats and try to survive. Now available in the UK. Click here or visit www.forthoseinperil.net to find out more.