This bibliography lists all of Stephen’s published and unpublished work of any significance – novels first, then short stories. Click on a title to see the full details for each item!
And then later he got up and walked away and joined the Hawks as they marched out of their camp, as they turned towards the south and towards the war that the thief-taker had made
And then there’s the dragon. The dragon doesn’t hate any of them. It’s a dragon. It simply wants to eat them.
The Black Mausoleum. Someone’s going to die.
UK. August 16th 2012
Two years have passed. Berren is becoming a man and learning the thief-taker’s trade; But the thief-taker’s own past is about to catch up with both of them.
Published in the UK October 2011
We are the masters of the dragons, no matter what the kings and queens of the realms might think. They sit in their palaces and wallow in their decadence and toss out their decrees and edicts, but without us they are nothing. We hold the keys to their power and they know it. We are their slaves and their puppets and their eyes are ever watching us, for they all, deep down, wonder the same thing: Who does my eyrie-master truly serve? Is he bound to the alchemists as his position demands? Has he been bought by my enemies? Or is he mine, owned, heart and soul? Have my bribes and threats been enough?
In other words, our lives are rich and glorious. They are also prone to unexpected interruptions and abrupt ends.
The Order of the Scales cames out in the UK on 19th May 2011.
US and France February 2012
Poland at some point in 2012?
“No one steals a thief-taker’s purse. Really. No one does. It’s a bit like walking up to the Overlord and spitting at him. Dim as a donkey’s arse.”
UK Publication date August 26th 2010
Polish publication: Spring 2012
Bad things happen to bad people too
Published in the UK/Australia/NZ/SA in April/May 2010.
France January 2011
US February 2011
Germany and Poland due mid-2012
Sometimes bad things happen to good people.
UK publication date: 19th march 2009
Austrailia/New Zealand publication date: 4th May 2009
French publication date: 17th June 2009
US publication date: February 2010
German publication date: 1st January 2010
Polish publication: 13th May 2011
The Genre for Japan appeal was launched in the Spring of 2011 to raise money for victims of the recent earthquake near Japan. Many people gave generously of their time, their creativity and their money. I offered up two days of my time, Many suggestions were made as to what could be done with it, and I honestly didn’t expect much interest. But there was, and an interest that far exceeded my expectations. This story is the result of that auction, written on request for the winning bidder, Michael Amouyal. Michael, I salute you.
Probably the first thing I ever finished that was worth reading, this started life as an exercise in descriptive prose and ended up surprising me. With thanks to Lord Byron.