Philip Harris | Solitary Mindset



My Books


The Girl in the City

The Girl in the City

With the oppressive Transport Authority controlling every aspect of their lives, Leah and her father do what they can to survive.

Until Leah takes a bag of salvage from a dying stranger, and she and her father are drawn into the world of Transport and its war with the terrorist organisation, TRACE.

A war that could cost them their lives.

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Curfew

Curfew

Violent gangs roam the streets of a city in chaos, preying on the innocent and the careless. Friends die. Family die.

But there are worse things in the darkness. Worse things beyond the curfew.

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Saviour

Saviour

For Yuki, the cave is a sanctuary. It’s somewhere she can shelter from the deadly heat of the sun until winter comes.

If she can survive that long.

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Bottled Lightning

Bottled Lightning

For husband and wife team, Alex and Lisa, the trip across the volcanoes of Mars is a chance to escape the monotony of life at Gale Crater.

But now they’ve found something, or someone, and everything is about to change.

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Recent Publications

Stories on the Go

Featuring my story, Cag: An Almost True Story

Best of Horror 2013

Featuring my story, The Bone Boy

Nebula Rift

Volume 2 Number 5
Featuring my story, CAvE

So Long, and Thanks for all the Brains

Featuring my story, The Z Word

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LATEST BLOG ENTRIES


Building the Apocalypse – The Beginning of the End

My Apocalypse Weird novel, Siren’s Call is done. I wrapped up the draft on Saturday evening (inspired, perhaps, by going to see Mad Max Fury Road earlier in the day). This is what the final week’s writing looked like. That’s 4,647 words (in the end this draft was 68,162 words long). In reality, the actual Siren’s […]

8 Things That Make Apocalypse Weird Cool

There’s only about 60 hours to get on board the Apocalypse Weird Indiegogo crowd funding campaign so here’s 7 reasons why I think you should take a look at it. 1) It’s the first of its kind. This is, as far as I know, the first time so many traditionally published and indie authors have joined forces to create […]

Weapons of Mass Deception by David Bruns and JR Olson

A while ago I read a short story by David Bruns called I, Caroline. It’s a well written, emotional tale and I really enjoyed it. I’ve read several other short stories by David and they’ve been very good. He also has a several full length novels out including The Dream Guild Chronicles series and they’re sitting in my to […]

“a mouth like Texas and that ain’t small”

The Jesus and Mary Chain are playing Vancouver tonight (to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their album, Psychocandy) and we’ve got tickets so this week’s musical interlude was an easy choice. A lot of the band’s tracks are distortion heavy (especially the tracks on Psychocandy) and are a bit of an acquired taste but this is Blues From a […]

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