Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Warhammer Wednesday*: The Novels That Never Were

Considering all the books I've written, there's a fair few I haven't written too. I don't mean the Bible, the Complete Works of Shakespeare and the Yellow Pages - I'm talking about the books that at one stage or another I was supposed to write but which, in the end, never came to be. And most of these were supposed to be set in the worlds of Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000.

Many of these made it to full synopsis stage and submission (and in some cases second synopsis stage), or, failing that, rough summaries at the end of other proposals. However, for one reason or another, you will never** get to read...

Bounty Hunter - my Necromunda-set Nathan Creed novel.

Legacy of the Damned - the follow-up to The Dead and the Damned (and various other stories besides).

Champions of Armageddon - the conclusion to the Black Templars Solemnus Crusade trilogy set at the time of the Third Armageddon War.

Corpse Taker - the second in the Books of the Dead series (and it was intended to be a series) that began with Necromancer.

Iron Hands: Ex Machina - the sequel to the recently digitised Iron Hands.

Indomitable - my Empire Army novel about the crew of a Steam Tank.

Across the Desert of the Dead - a Khemri-set Path to Victory gamebook, not unlike Shadows Over Sylvania.

Dreadnought - another Warhammer 40,000 gamebook akin to Herald of Oblivion.

* The 13th of November. Spooky and, as they say, unlucky for some.

** Or it is, at best, very unlikely...

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