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'And So It Goes' is the first in a series of stories featuring the Temporal Defence Corps, an extra-governmental agency tasked with policing the timeline and preventing damaging 'incursions' by individuals who have somehow managed to get their hands on the 'embargoed' technology.

This first story introduces the main protagonist Major Katherine 'Kat' Marriott an ex Army special forces officer who is part of the TDC's special operations division.

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My Top 10 Books

  • Splinter of the Mind's Eye

    Splinter of the Mind's Eye

    I vividly recall going along to a Christmas Day gathering at one of my aunt's in 1978. All of the

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  • His Girl Friday

    His Girl Friday

    OK. I have to 'fess up here to being a huge Cary Grant fan. I think all of the adjectives

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Noooooo...! I hear you scream. Not another Herbert!

Frank Herbert, author of the Dune series, The Dosadi Experiment, The White Plague and The Jesus Incident.

James Herbert, author of mainly horror fiction, Rats, The Fog, Lair, Sepulchre, The Secret of Crickley Hall to name but a few.

...and now there's moi¿ Not that I'm ranking myself alongside either of those most exalted luminaries of the literary world. And no...there's no relation with either (unfortunately). Having said that, I'd like to think that one day my name 'just might' be worthy of being mentioned when people talk about the contribution that Herbert name have brought to the field of literary genre fiction.

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Oh! and by the Way?

Comic book Cover leads to scorn and abuse in the 'Twittersphere'

'Random thought of the moment. Well not so random. I've been a comic fan since the age of 6 or 7 years old. Growing up in the UK, I started out on your standard fare such as the Dandy and Beano, Whizzer and Chips (for those of you that go back that far), before graduating to Marvel UK titles (the adventures of Captain America and Bucky and the Invaders giving the Nazi's what for as I got to about 10 or so, then Captain Britain) before finally moving over to US versions of Marvel titles which by that time had started arriving on British shores in greater numbers and variety. Marvel, though, is and always has been a product of its times and can't claim to have always been a bastion of inclusion. It's treatment of it's many female characters has improved over the years and there are now major heroes and villains from all backgrounds, ethnicities and sexual orientations. What I'm trying to say, is the Marvel Universe is and always has been an ever-changing and evolving beast. It probably hasn't moved as quickly as some would want, but what the hell — it's trying to stay current and in my eyes you can't say fairer than that.

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