The angels are coming, but their arrival means death for the human race. Two years is all that we have left. Two years until they come to kill every man, woman, and child on the face of the earth.
Society falls apart. People can’t cope with knowing what day the world is going to end. Some try to go on as normal, but the angels are not content to let them rest. The two year period is a trial that must be endured. The angels whisper into the ears of all who will listen. Kill your neighbours. Kill your friends. Kill your children. God will forgive you.
‘The Voodoo King’ Remy Laveau seeks to fight the angels and halt the end of days. He drives the people who listen to them out of New Orleans and sets up the community of New Sodom. New Sodom is home to all the people who believe that the world doesn’t have to end and that if it does have to end, it won’t end without a fight. But with society falling apart around them, it is more than just the angels they will have to fight. The humans that worship them are often more dangerous.
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When I was a child, I would never play with action figures much. I found them to be rigid and too set in the way they were. Instead, I played with pens. Two pens to be precise. I would hold one pen out in front of me and picture it as an arm. If I could picture that pen as an arm, then I could picture a torso, legs, a head – the works. By looking at that pen, a fully formed character would appear before me. With a second pen, I would repeat the process over and conjure a second character. With two characters standing in front of me, I could visualise their world and their surroundings. The real world would disappear, and I would inhabit the world I had just created. This is how my process usually begins. I started as a child, but now I am a man with two pens, a notepad, and a ceaseless urge to write.
I was born in Perth, Australia to Irish parents. I moved to Ireland when I was 8 years old. The first autograph I ever obtained was for the children’s author Paul Jennings. I queued for three hours in a shopping centre just to meet the man who had stimulated my imagination. Stories like the ones he wrote, made me want to write my own. I liked to write for an audience. I lived for the positive feedback a good story would get me. No matter where my life took me, or whatever was going on, I somehow always found the time to write.
In May 2017, I independently published my first novel, Morbid Thoughts. A transgressive, psychological thriller that dealt with the perspective of a psychopath. It was a challenging piece to write, but I was very appreciative of the experience and learned a lot from the process. Now, I plan to put what I learned to good use with the forthcoming publication of Killing Angels, due at some point in the summer of 2019.