The moment we’ve all been waiting for! Lynch is now published and live on Amazon, ready for reading! Find out more here. Make sure you come back and drop us a comment once you’ve read it.
THE SURVIVORS: Eighteen months after their ordeal in London, Kane Rider and Margaret Bernhard are secured in witness protection and moving on with their lives. But Alberto Ramirez isn’t about to let them off so easily.
Are zombies real? Could some form of parasitic infection turn the whole world into a nightmare of the undead, a Zombie Apocalypse of disturbing proportions? Answer: probably. In various parts of the world, there is evidence that it may have […]
‘Can you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be?’ I didn’t know who Danielle LaPorte was when I saw the above quote this morning (turns out she’s a Canadian author and motivational speaker), but […]
Happy Halloween, everyone! Here’s a special treat: Demonophobia, a short story about… well… demonophobia! Demonophobia by Peter J Merrigan She turned the light off to slip into her blue-flannel nightdress and switched it on again when she was done. Privacy was paramount. […]
So I was just clearing out some files on my computer and came across this video file that I uploaded to YouTube some time ago. This was fun to make and was done entirely in Windows Movie Maker (whoever said Windows […]
In anticipation of the release of Rider’s hot sequel, now you can read the first chapter of the bestselling Rider! Simply click here to read a free sample of Rider now.
It’s National Poetry Day today and so, to mark the occasion, here are two little poems I wrote once upon a time. Hope you like them! Angel Eyes by Peter J Merrigan “Now I lay me down to sleep,” you […]
Yesterday afternoon saw Peter speak at BooQfest 2013 at the Royal & Derngate Theatre in Northampton. Interviewed by actress Antonia Underwood, he discussed his life, novels and writing process, and talked about creating his sequel to Rider. Lynch will be […]
In case you hadn’t heard, Peter will be speaking at this year’s BooQfest – “the festival with a literary bent!” The LGBT-specific book festival runs from Friday 13th until Sunday 15th September 2013 in Northampton (UK), and Peter’s talk, entitled […]