ANOTHER DAY: Novel (48,000 words…so far)
The story is set in modern day surburbia, a 17 year old Art College Student called Ry Fry has an unusual gift, he can see aliens and all manner of weird creatures who seem to stumble through multi dimensions. Becoming a reluctant caretaker of the wayward strays, his job is to return them back to where they belong with hilarious consequences.
It all began when he was 6 year old stumbling across an ancient Druid site whilst on a school field trip, since then his life has been out of the ordinary to say the least.
An ancient artifact has been located here on Earth, called the Medallion Of Aramais, this powerful amulet can bring peace to a warring planet for 12,000 years.
A Universal Warrior has been given the task to retrieve it and arrives in this dimension, but is having a crisis of confidence, he wants to settle down here on Earth.
The most evil genius in the galaxy, Davide Wellington Lautramonte head of an executive of evil-types called A Communion Of Bats, gets wind of this magical artifact and heads to Earth to capture the medallion and reverse it’s power.
To add to this chaotic mix, his neighbour Mr Everack – a field agent of Lautramonte’s – tries very hard to get Reginald committed, he and his Mogspots, think Children of the Damned and a toilet brush, cause mayhem as they also try to retrieve the Medallion.
General Mobu, a senior Dimension Police Officer assists Ry in the search for this enigmatic and evasive talisman, where they end up in an astral plane cowboy town called Spitz leading to “Eamla” an abandoned Amusement Park cum prison filled with people extracted from human history by a hungry property developer.
They follow the scent confronting Indigo Hearts a serial killer who is bumping off people in a bizarre Hotel where the Pre Raphaelites paintings have BSE and Madame Blavatsky seeks to corner the killer with the help of Ry and Mobu, the only way out of this is to decode the Medallion’s secret and return to normal time and space, akin to a psychic Ariadnean Thread.