Neuromantic Press are proud to announce the release of a new novel from author Alexander King (“It Looks Like You’re Writing a Letter”). Set in the same universe but at a different time, the book follows Bravilor Bonamat, a ‘Pit Kid’ in Little London, as he tries to navigate a tangled criminal underworld revolving around the shipment of human cargo.
Fast-moving, surprising and breathtakingly energetic, “She Only Boots For Me” will appeal to fans of Philip K Dick, William Gibson, Tom Robbins and Raymond Chandler.
Please visit the shop to order a signed copy from Neuromantic Press directly, both the ebook and paperback are available.
Please enjoy this free short story by Alexander King. An adult fable in which a fox, a rabbit and a cricket discuss ethics and what it means to be happy. With swearing.
Another short run has been made of paperback copies of Alexander King’s “It Looks Like You’re Writing a Letter”.
It’s strictly first-come-first-served, and priority is being given to pre-orders carried over from the first run.
Visit the shop to place your order.
We are proud to announce that “It Looks Like You’re Writing a Letter” – the debut science fiction/thriller novel from Alexander King, will very shortly be available to buy in paperback.
Published in September 2014, and previously only available in ebook format, public demand has been such that a paperback version is viable.
If bought directly from this website, each copy will be signed by the author.
The price is £6.99 per copy, with £1.99 delivery anywhere in the world. It is expected orders will ship from the 5th December 2014.
Alexander King’s debut sci-fi/thriller has recently received a glowing review from Steve Nash at Soundsphere Magazine.
Among the many positive things Steve said about the book, and its author were the following:
The writing here pulsates with the author’s own enthusiasm, and this lends the plot a great sense of pace. The reader is grabbed by the network cable and pulled headlong through a rollercoaster tour of a world that’s equal parts frightening and mesmerising. This is ‘Bladerunner’ in 1080p on super-fast forward.
Please click here to read the review in full.