Against the odds I've finally completed writing the next instalment of my dark fantasy trilogy, Time Tells. Covid tried to slow me, my health tried to stymie me, kids at home, then not then were again tried to obfuscate me and those bastards digging up the road right outside for seven weeks tried to end … Continue reading Part two done and dusted
We are in turbulent times. Over the last six months there have been many distractions from writing but things have moved forward, slowly yet assuredly. I found myself as one of those classed as a 'key worker' and have been working throughout this pandemic. The world's been quiet, the roads empty, a perfect opportunity to … Continue reading Update Sept ’20
Christopher Percy is proud to launch a redesigned book cover for his second novel Since Never. Since Never can be found at all major eBook sellers using books2read to take you to your favourite store.
Christopher Percy is proud to launch a newly redesigned book cover for his debut novel Dark of Winter. He has redesigned it to have a more 'dark' feel. The story is violent, bloody and damn right nasty which he feels is beautifully conveyed in the new cover. It could be argued that there was some … Continue reading It’s here! Announcing the launch of my newly redesigned book cover
Here is my interview I did for Michael Baker of the Thousand Scars Blog. He has been interviewing the SPFBO entrants and this time its my turn. Thanks to Michael for organising these.
Welcome to a new week, and a new interview. First of all, I must offer a huge congrats to Barbara Kloss for being the first official SPFBO finalist from Team Weatherwax! I’ve been really enjoying the chance for interviewing you guys. I’ve received a few more interviews this week which is great. For all those who are in doubt, I am always here to interview authors. This isn’t a time limit thing. If you would like a chance to talk about yourself, you will get a slot no matter how long it takes 🙂
December is going to be an important month for me. The first anniversary of The Thousand Scars is approaching on the 7th, and it’s been. . .an emotional first year in my debut as an author. Lots of ups and downs. I will be preparing a special article exploring my full journey from writing to publication…
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Being a fan of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden, I wondered if the chapters from my dark fantasy novel Since Never could be reflected by titles from the many Iron Maiden singles that have been released over the decades. Each choice of Iron Maiden song has been made because it reflects a character, place … Continue reading Iron Maiden Chapter Playlist for Since Never
Today sees the release of the official book trailer for Since Never, Book One of The Turned Trilogy, the latest novel from the dark fantasy author Christopher Percy. A thief, a monster and a devil. If we don't kill each other we might just make it back to Never. https://youtu.be/tGEnRXzAZMA Since Never is available … Continue reading Since Never Official Book Trailer
Believe it or not, its nearly the end of September, which means that SINCE NEVER is now out as an e-Book and a Paperback. Order your copy on Amazon. If you're a Kindle Unlimited customer this e-Book is FREE to read. The King has died and our city mourns. From the ashes of his old … Continue reading SINCE NEVER – NOW AVAILABLE
I’m thrilled to be able to share the cover for my latest dark fantasy novel, Since Never, due out on 25th September 2018 exclusively on Amazon. Follow Flendin’s journey in Book One of the Turned Trilogy. Synopsis The King has died and our city mourns. From the ashes of his old administration confusion rises and … Continue reading Cover Reveal – Since Never
Welcome to another weekly round up from Christopher Percy. Finally the heatwave in England has gone and we are left with a typical British summer - slightly cloudy with a splash of rain - just how I like it! Though during the heatwave, secrets of England's buried history have been discovered. Sky News reported that patterns … Continue reading The CP Weekly round up #6