Richard Parry grew up on a steady diet of cartoons, observed around the edges of his parents’ watchful gaze. He started writing bad fiction at an early age, but has had 30 years to think about the error of his ways.
When not writing speculative fiction, he works for a soulless megacorporation, selling the art of the possible to G-Men. It pays the bills. He lives with the love of his life, Rae, and a cat and a dog who wage constant war in a turn of the century house nestled against a river bank. All in all, it’s not so bad.
He is the author of Night’s Favour, a story about an alcoholic bitten by a werewolf who saves the world through action scenes and witty dialogue. It is available in ebook and dead tree versions. You can blow your mind over at his website.