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'Cheating' a short story written by Roger Ley, performed and podcast by Chris Herron of Tall Tale TV

  Link to Tall Tale TV While cheating may give you a leg up in life, the fall may not be worth it.

A notable review of my book 'The Steampunk Adventures of Harry Lampeter' with thanks to Johan Coetzee

  The Steampunk Adventures of Harry Lampeter   Read Rate this book 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars The Steampunk Adventures of Harry Lampeter by   Roger Ley   (Goodreads Author) Johan Coetzee 's review Jan 30, 2021 It was amazing "Oh behave, baby!" Okay so that line isn't anywhere in the book, but the story had such an Austen Powers vibe that I could not resist. The novel is short, yet it manages to cover a lot of ground. Of necessity it is quite fast paced. I liked the overall flow and rhythm. Every sentence has meaning and every word choice is important. As such, it isn't the kind of book you listen to "while". While doing the dishes is okay but while driving or while cooking might not work. If you've missed a beat because you were focusing on something else, you may get lost. Okay, so about the story. Harry is a self-important, narcissistic, arse. I like him. I probably wouldn't be friends with him in real life

Chris Herron at Tall Tale TV podsasts my very short story ' Green Room'

  Link to the story All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players, they have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts. Another story from my anthology 'Dead People on Facebook'.

The Audible version of 'The Steampunk Adventures of Harry Lampeter' reaches number one in Amazon Best sellers

The Kindle version was at number 4 Link to 'The Steampunk Adventures of Harry Lampeter'  

The AntipodeaSF Radio Show broadcasts my short story 'Five Years'

  Link to the AntipodeanSF Radio Show 'Five Years' was inspired by the David Bowie song of the same name: Pushing through the market square, So many mothers sighing News had just come over, We had five years left to cry in

Tall Tale TV podcasts my short story 'Galatea'

  Link to Galatea Sometimes machines are more human than man

Matt Nappo of MindDogTV interviews me about 'The Muslim Prince'

  Link to MindDogTV on YouTube A 'meet the author' interview about the newly published Audible version of 'The Muslim Prince'