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


“a mislabeled Kenobi”

A new song from The Doubleclicks – Tiny Paper Elephant. This one was inspired by images sent in by their Patreon patrons Twitter followers. If you’d like to hear more, The Doubleclicks are touring soon and they’re playing an online gig on Friday – details here. Get a FREE copy of my short story, Only Friends by subscribing […]

Building the Apocalypse – Why London?

Every Apocalypse Weird novel is set in a different part of the world. Nick Cole’s The Red King takes place in Southern California, Hoodoopocalypse is set in New Orleans while Immunity throws New Mexico into the mix. When it came to picking a place to destroy with my particular apocalypse, London was the obvious choice, for a couple of reasons. […]

5 Things I Learned Last Week

I guess this should have been Star Wars themed but I’m feeling too crappy to be that organised. “Stan” has created some fantastic VHS covers for modern films and TV shows (the original French post is here). The Doubleclicks are coming to Vancouver Cairo is the world’s largest open air chair museum Andy Baio has been experimenting on […]

Building the Apocalypse – 27 April 2015

It’s a super special double Apocalypse Weird update this week thanks to my Internet free vacation in Boston last week. First up, 13th-19th April. Bonus points for spotting the unexpected trip to watch the Vancouver Canucks in the Stanley Cup playoffs (205 words in 7 minutes), the day we flew to Boston (2,396 words in 178 […]

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