SIMON MORDEN's fiction has appeared in anthologies including the Extremes series, Hideous Progeny, Houses At The Borderland and Scaremongers 2 : Redbrick Eden.Out now... Brilliant Things: a short story collection from Subway Another War: a novella from Telos Coming soon... October 2006 - The Lost Art: an SF novel from David Fickling Books
Horror World and other author boards 61 March 29 2003 at 21:27:50 Fullname: Simon M Email: Comments: Yay! Public acclaim! But assuming this cheapskate you lent Heart to likes it, you could persuade them to buy one of their own...
Hope the scone recipe works!
62 March 29 2003 at 16:45:47 Fullname: Claire Ridyard Email:
email@example.com Comments: Hi Simon,
Never followed the link on the bottom of your mails before. Couldn't resist saying (again) how much I anjoyed your book. Will read it again when it returns to me (sorry I know I wasn't supposed to lend it but I did get to borrow a good book in return).
63 February 26 2003 at 09:46:51 Fullname: Simon M Email: Comments: Thanks for that, Richard - I thought Torsten was a wonderful character. I'm pretty sure I had something to do with it, but he took on a life of his own (as usual) after a while. I'd buy him a beer.
64 February 25 2003 at 02:29:33 Fullname: Richard W Email: Comments: Did indeed enjoy the second half - a very nice bit of work. Complex, and very simple all at the same time. Loved Torsten to bits, by the way.
65 February 17 2003 at 20:25:42 Fullname: Simon M Email: Comments: Heart -as currently being read by Andy F - is now available as an import via Shocklines.com, for the measly price of $13. I'll be at WHC2003 in Kansas City. Wave a copy at me, and I'll sign it... The link at shocklines is here.
66 February 08 2003 at 08:55:46 Fullname: Simon M Email: Comments: Thanks for the comments, Richard - hopefully you'll find the second half as good as the first!
67 February 07 2003 at 00:43:11 Fullname: Richard Wright Email: Comments: Halfway through Heart, and relishing it. Deeply intriguing, thoroughly exhilirating, and very well written indeed...
68 February 05 2003 at 19:21:19 Fullname: Simon M Email: Comments: I could shuffle my feet with embarrassment. But that's going to be a comment I prize for a very long time to come.
69 February 04 2003 at 22:34:22 Fullname: Alan Billings Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org Comments: Reading Heart. Brilliant. I have read thousands of books. This is the first time I felt I had to say thank you.
70 January 29 2003 at 09:55:05 Fullname: Simon M Email: Comments: Hmm... let's see now. I give you money, you read the book.
One of the first things I was taught as a fledgling author - money flows to the writer, not away from the writer :)
71 January 29 2003 at 09:37:04 Fullname: David M B Email: Comments: Give me a fiver and I'll consider the book. Thereagain you could send a compli(e)mentary copy to an old pal.
72 January 17 2003 at 13:04:52 Fullname: Simon M Email: Comments: Heart was launched in some style last night - many thanks to Steve Robinson at Ottakers, Sunderland, for hosting the event, and to everyone who turned up and bought all the books - Steve's ordered more to fulfil any back orders and have some copies in the shop.
And Bryan Talbot came to my book launch! I was so chuffed! And even more chuffed when Steve gave me a copy of Bryan's One Bad Rat signed by the man himself.
73 January 08 2003 at 22:45:23 Fullname: Simon M Email: Comments: It's definitely on! Heart will be launched on 16th Jan at 6pm in Ottakers, in Sunderland. If you need any more info, mail me!
74 January 01 2003 at 20:27:11 Fullname: Simon M Email: Comments: Seasoned greetings to all and happy New Year!
Two bits of news: firstly, Heart is having its rescheduled launch on Jan 16th 2003, at 6pm in Ottakers, Sunderland. Go on, the book's only a fiver.
Secondly, I'm the foreign author of the month at Twilight Tales. I don't feel particularly foreign, but that's them 'Mericans for you... En Passant from the Thy Kingdom Come collection is online there, too. Click here.
75 December 20 2002 at 08:54:24 Fullname: Andy F Email: Comments: Just received a review copy of HEART from Razorblade Press. It looks gorgeous. Everybody .. go out and buy this book.