My story RAGE WOLF (a story of THE IRON WOLVES) was published recently by Grimdark Magazine, which I’m totally thrilled about: I’m getting back into the groove of writing after a two-year hiatus. My good friend, bruv and super talented musical maestro Rob Shedwick (aka Digital Front) composed an album called FOUND IN MACHINES which I listened to whilst writing, and which certainly set the tone of the story (links below). After reading an early draft, Rob then beavered away composing a thrilling action tune to accompany Dek’s ascent of The Red Tower in RAGE WOLF – and you can hear it here in all it’s g(l)ory: The Red Tower, by Rob Shedwick – https://digitalfront.bandcamp.com/track/the-red-tower
Painted Mannequins sets the opening tone of the story. You can hear it here:
Then, New Doll, Sick Doll and Doll’s Burial all further compliment the story, and are awesome pieces of music in their own right. Check them out!!
A little while ago TOR published three of my novellas, A Song For No Man’s Land, The Iron Beast and Return of Souls. Rob composed a track to accompany them, which can be heard here. Go Rob!!! https://digitalfront.bandcamp.com/track/a-song-for-no-mans-land
And finally, if you haven’t already, you can get Grimdark Magazine here:
I don’t do book signings often. However, on Saturday 12th August I’m out there to promote my new film, and will happily sign books as well 🙂
Memoirs of a Spectrum Addict, a Film by Andy Remic, will have a stand at the Video Game Market at Doncaster Dome, Saturday 12th August 2017.
There you can buy signed DVDs and BluRays, but also meet author / filmmaker Andy Remic. He’ll be selling some of his novels (22 professionally published so far) and if you are a fan, pop along with your books and he’ll sign them for free. 🙂
Review copies of the film Spectrum Addict are available if you have a magazine, blog, website, TV company (ahem). Email me. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also order the film on digital, DVD and BluRay at: www.remicmedia.com/speccyaddict
A Song For No Man's Land
, Angry Robot
, author podcast
, Book News
, Mad Lee Harris
, Memoir of a Spectrum Addict
, Return of Souls
, The Spiral Trilogy
, The White Towers
, Twilight of the Dragons
The Fantasy Book Club interviews Andy Remic…
Yes! If you are bored, and wish to listen to me drivel for an hour to the poor devils known as Sam and James at the Square Groot, name-dropping the likes of Mark Gascoigne (Angry Robot Books), Lee Harris (Tor), interviewer Marie Vedat, and lots of dudes involved in my Spectrum Addict film, along with conversation about my early works (Spiral, Combat K, Kell’s Legend) and new and upcoming projects, then you need to listen to this as you a) mow the garden, b) pluck your nostrils, c) administer a much-needed enema to your stinky dog. Go listen. Or not. 🙂
Want to see the promo film for The Dragon Engine by Andy Remic, published by Angry Robot 1st September 2015??
Well here you go then—-
The White Towers Review – The Eloquent Page
Er, Paul Holmes really liked the book. Which is a great thing! I am very honoured. The problem is…. Book 3 might be *a little while*…..
“Book two of The Rage of Kings series ends on a suitably shocking note, an impressive feat in itself considering there have been pages and pages of chaos and bloodshed already. I now find myself in the midst of a quandary. I need to know what happens next, immediately if not sooner. Like a warrior addicted to the honey leaf, I’m already craving my next Iron Wolves fix. Damn you Remic! Damn you and your sneakily evil, blackest of black hearts, with all your insanely readable stories and your utterly nutty characters.”
I love this….
“When it comes to all this adult content I count myself a fan of Remic’s raw, often visceral, style. I think it takes genuine skill to know when to go all out and when a moment is best left to a reader’s own imagination. I’ve read more than a few examples from other authors attempting to deliver fictional shocks. More often than not they tend to get this delicate balance wrong. Andy Remic however always manages to tread this fine line with the masterful skill I’ve come to expect.”
“Now I’d imagine some of you will be asking the questions “How do I know if Mr Remic is the right author for me? Should I be reading The White Towers?” Fear not… Things regularly get extremely violent – blood, guts, and gore abound. Seriously, try and imagine the most graphic scene you have ever read. Got it? Good. Multiply that by about a factor of 100 and then add more axes….”
Heh. That’s brilliant. Both Kell and Narnok would be proud!!