Andy Remic is the author of quite a few fantasy and SF novels, currently – Spiral, Quake, Warhead, War Machine, Biohell, Hardcore, SIM, Serial Killers Incorporated, Kell’s Legend, Soul Stealers, Vampire Warlords, Cloneworld, Theme Planet, Toxicity and the anthology, The Clockwork Vampire Chronicles. His latest works are The Iron Wolves and The White Towers, published by Angry Robot Books.
Remic is a hard-talking, hard-fighting fluffy bunny rabbit of a man, who enjoys mountain biking, film making, mountain climbing, kick boxing and red hot chilli peppers! He has an unhealthy love of chainsaws, and some people like his books. He also runs his little baby, Anarchy Books, which aims to help first time writers.
He also makes liccle films. Please visit- http://www.anarchyfilms.co.uk
Andy can be contacted by emailing — jappoc [at] hotmail.co.uk.
Statement of Author:
My first novel for Orbit Books was Spiral, published 2003. The blurb runs: “In a future where nuclear warheads can be hidden in a suitcase … In a world where designer plagues are held suspended in a teardrop … Prepare for chaos. Where conventional armies are powerless to defend against a single assassin, the secret organisation known as SPIRAL exists to fight a shadow war against fanatics and rogue states of every faith and political persuasion. Remorseless, unstoppable, of every country and of none, SPIRAL’s agents conduct their covert operations throughout the world in a never-ending battle for civilisation’s survival. But now SPIRAL itself is under attack. And if SPIRAL falls, the world falls with it …”
My official biography blurb runs like this: Andy Remic lives in Lincoln, UK, although his heart and viking soul belong to the Scottish mountains. Married with two children, Andy has a variety of esoteric and sometimes contrasting loves, including sword fighting, climbing, mountain biking, kick-boxing, Ducati motorcycles and retro-gaming.
He writes SF/ fantasy/ horror/ thrillers, and some people quite like his books.
Remic also wrote the computer version of his novel Biohell for the 48K Spectrum, in which many people are still stuck. It can be found here (although it’s classed as an “adult” title, so you have to go through the infoseek thingy):