"Immortal. In madness you dwell." - The Thing That Should Not Be, Metallica
I moved to East Sussex.
You're probably fed up hearing about us moving home, but down here on the edge of England life is good. Anyway, I'm speaking with you about two things, and I'm all excited.
Firstly, it's almost Christmas and I have a present for you. At least a chance for you to grab a discounted copy of Sussex Horrors, a short story collection where I share pages with Rayne Hall and Jonathan Broughton. It's going for 99c/99p from now until the 19th of December. Find your preferred digi-version right here: http://www.markcassell.co.uk/books/sussex-horrors/
If you already have a copy, in whatever guise (some of you even have those signed paperbacks!), then you're already a hero. And for that, I think you're great!
Now, please, I'm not only here for that. TWO THINGS, remember? So, before I run away into the kitchen and prepare dinner, I'd like to invite you into my world. I have a question:
If you were immortal, what would be both good and bad about it?
There's a reason I'm asking, and you'll find out next year, but, yeah... Tell me what you would get up to and why it may not just be all fun and games.
Yours (that friendly neighbourhood author-guy), M.