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Magnates of the Iron Conclave
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Titan Crew and Tech Stupa
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WIP Tech-Stupa- Construction completed
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Flesh of my Flesh
"This is my country/The land that begat me, These windy spaces/Are surely my own. And those who here toil/In the sweat of their faces Are flesh of my flesh/And bone of my bone." **** Flashbulbs popped and cameras whirred as Mick stood at the threshold of 10 Downing St. “Are you going to give the Prime Minister a Glasgow kiss?” somebody, presumably from the tabloids, shouted; Mick ignored the question, and instead pasted a bland smile on his face. “I’m sure that the Prime Minister and I will have a very constructive preliminary discussion” he yelled over the din, before turning away from the nation’s- nati
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Better One King
“You had better have one King than five hundred” “Just a bit of fun! Just a bit of fun!” The TV burbled away to itself in the corner of the living room as the candidate paced back and forth. He wished he could be back in the serene Cotswold countryside, but Jeffrey had been insistent; the Republic’s first directly-elected President under the new constitution should see the election out in the capital. So here he was, staying in Roy’s Hampstead home, wondering if he’d be spending the next evening in the grimy, half-abandoned shell of Buckingham Palace. He hated London. It’s never really recov
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An English Heaven
“And laughter, learnt of friends; and gentleness, In hearts at peace, under an English heaven.” **** With a crunch of gravel, the Vanguard Staff Car rolled to a halt. Inside, the Air Minister grimaced at the sudden movement, rummaged in his pocket with a shaking hand and extracted a handful of blue pills. He crunched them down, sighing in relief, then took a long gulp from a hipflask, wiping his mouth with his gold braided, powder-blue sleeve. Now only one part of the ritual remained; he pulled a large cigar from an inside pocket, stuck a match and inhaled with pleasure as he felt the cumulative effects of his ‘sovereign r
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Share or Shaft?
"It's good to share, but sometimes it pays to shaft" **** “The Prime Minister will see you now, Chancellor,” the Political Assistant said, opening the door leading off from the Cabinet Room. Gordon Brown gave her a venomous stare. Oh, he’ll see me, will he? he thought. How fucking generous of him. Sweeping past without a word, he marched into the office, barely registering the door being closed behind him. A TV set to Sky was burbling away in the corner, something about the on-going fighting in Macedonia. I’ll have to see if I can find a way to leak what he said about the Albanians the other day, Brown thought, smil
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England's Rose
“Goodbye England's rose/May you ever grow in our hearts” **** He rose, as the last chords of Thaxted reverberated through the gothic splendour, and carefully made his way down the nave, his head bowed. The only sounds in the Confessor’s Abbey were his slow footsteps. He passed the memorial stones- Darwin, Livingstone, Allenby, the Princess Elizabeth- and realised that She would soon be commemorated with them, perhaps at the far end, by the tombstone with the poppies. It would be fitting, he thought, and the corners of his mouth twitched upwards in the approximation of a smile. England’s Warrior Maid laid alongside En
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The Lothian Campaign, 1648
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  • Jan 6
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My Bio
I like to write- and if inspiration doesn't strike me, I'll do something in photoshop based on whatever it is I'm working on to fire the imagination.

Favourite Visual Artist
Francis Bacon
Favourite Movies
Memento, 12 Monkeys, Naked Gun
Favourite TV Shows
Psychoville, 'Allo 'Allo, Supernatural, The Thick of it
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Obscure Indie stuff or 17th Century choral music, take your pick...
Favourite Books
Flashman, The Odyssey, 1984
Favourite Writers
Aristophenes, George McDonald Fraser, Colleen McCullough, George Orwell
Favourite Games
Smash Brothers, Goldeneye, Minecraft, Europa Universalis
Favourite Gaming Platform
PC/Wii
Tools of the Trade
Photoshop and Word
Other Interests
Alternative history, politics, writing, singing
A foray into Kindle Publishing
Hi everyone, I've been writing now for quite some time- my first major bit of work, "A Greater Britain", is now ten years old- but had never really thought about selling my stuff until recently. Then Sea Lion Press came in. It's a collective formed by a group of us who share an enthusiam for Alternative History, and thought it might be worth trying to sell them as ebooks for Kindle. Our first wave of books came out two months ago, and today the second wave hits. This has the happy result that the majority of my writing is now available on Amazon as Kindle Ebooks. Currently available are; "A Greater Britain", which explores the consequences
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I really like your maps. Do you use a particular software to create them?