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This list might get neglected for months (years?) on end.

  • My first ever entry for a writing contest, Elvira, is accepted as one of 120 stories out of 255 entries for publication in the 6th annual flash fiction contest anthology, ‘Migration’.
  • Brobots: The Complete Source Code hits the 20th spot for LGBT science fiction on Amazon straight after publication, and remains on the best seller list for three plus weeks (January/February, 2019)
  • I do another Author Takeover of to time in with the publication of the omnibus edition of the series with Beaten Track Publishing (January, 2019)
  • Means Happy magazine (London) ask me to interview (November, 2018 and archived here)
  • OJHeSay come back to review the whole series, saying: “The whole series is beyond phenomenal” (June, 2018)
  • Writing on the Edge Podcast (WRotE) Interview Trevor Barton (February, 2018)
  • All three books are in the top 3% (or higher) for LGBT Science Fiction on Amazon (January, 2018)
  • OJHeSay blog call Brobots book #1 “phenomenal” (January, 2018)
  • Balance of Estubria (Brobots, Book #3) released at the #15 spot for LGBT Sci-Fi one year (and four days) after book one was published, completing the trilogy in twelve months (December, 2017)
  • ProudBears provide Brobots merchandise (December, 2017)
  • Book Review Village review the whole series and say “Be in awe of the brilliance” (December, 2017)
  • say “Check out the Brobots” (November, 2017)
  • Gay Star News do a behind-the-scenes on the Brobots trilogy
  • Bears United Magazine (UK) say “check this out” (September, 2017)
  • Unusually for there’s an author takeover (AMA) on Facebook to discuss the series (September, 2017)
  • Geek Syndicate review of Red Gods Sing (September, 2017)
  • Red Gods Sing (Brobots, Book #2) published and hits the top 3% for LGBT Sci-Fi on Amazon (September, 2017)
  • Brobots book #1 published (December, 2016)