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Strange Fish: My browser history (4-10 April)

If anyone ever had to check my browser history, I think they’d be very confused, if not outright shocked.  As a writer, my internet search history is full of strange fish, which is how I refer to the insane collection of seemingly random topics I have to research while writing. So I thought it might […]

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Author interview

So anyway, this is why I have to get up at 5:30am each day . . .

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New: Dark Short Story Collection

“A lush, clever read of the supernatural and strange featuring six enchanting science fiction and fantasy tales set everywhere from seventeenth-century England to the futuristic darkest reaches of space: the soul of a witch’s boyfriend trapped in a dreamcatcher, a seance with a devilish twist in play format, a declinatory sculptor inspired by William Blake. Every piece is captivating, and a joy to follow Drake’s distinct voice on the page.” – SPR

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SS17 Review


Editorial review for my science fiction parody space opera Space Scrap 17 book 1: The Doomsday Machine is now up over at The Independent Review of Books 😁 😎. Take a raucous ride through endless space, dark humor, and epic strangeness with The Doomsday Machine (Space Scrap 17 Book 1), a wild debut novel from Erick […]

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Doomsday Machine

Space Scrap 17

“If I win, there will be a universe of war, tyranny and sorrow. If you win, there will be a universe of peace, tiramisu and soy.”

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What Is Space Scrap 17?

Space Scrap – the beginning Space Scrap 17 began life in 2010 as an idea for an audio comedy series. Initially developed by Rupert Booth and Erick Drake, the series went through many iterations before being produced in its current form as a series of novels.  Lockdown project In 2020, with the advent of the […]

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