In That Other Dimension – My Comical Fantasy Novel
In That Other Dimension is available now in paperback and e-book from Amazon!!
“It’s like Bill and Ted, Dr. Who, and Alice in Wonderland got together and started taking hits of acid. It’s wonderfully hilarious, unabashedly random, and you won’t be able to put it down.”
“An entertaining romp through parallel dimensions that put this reader in mind of early Terry Pratchett.”
“Excellent debut novel by a talented writer. Funny throughout, fantastic imagery and a thoroughly enjoyable read from cover to cover.”
Parallel dimensions are actually quite squiggly in nature.
This is one of many lessons which Carlos Ernesto Amadeus von Schnaart will learn during his accidental journey into the unknown. Finding the way home and explaining his tequila fuelled disappearance to his fiancée will become minor worries when he finds himself kidnapped by the evil scientist, Dr Funk.
Follow Carlos’s adventures through the parallel universe and find out what happens to him when he gets lost “In That Other Dimension…”
Warning: Contains traces of ducks, cake dragons, jelly babies and the infamous Unicorn Mountain. May induce laughter.
“Matty Millard has a way of making you feel you’re sitting there with him as you read: he’s telling you a story but he’s also beside you, pointing out bits, telling you extra things, it’s like having the writer with you and making you smile.” – William Gallagher (Writer for Dr Who Big Finish audio plays, and the Deputy Chair of the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain)
If You Expect The Unexpected It Won’t Be Unexpected Anymore – My New Short Story Collection
A diverse set of short stories- some dark, some funny and some spooky, but every story has a big twist.
If you need help working out whether your girlfriend is a vampire, you might get some tips. If you need to understand the dangerous underground black-market conkers ring at your school there’s definitely a cautionary tales in here. And if you’ve ever met a dragon made out of cake… what.. you have?!
Contains the prize winning short story Weapons of Mass Destruction judged by crime novelist Tim Weaver. Tim’s comments on the story were “The clear winner. Brutal, funny, inventive, this cross between Grange Hill and The Hunger Games is wonderfully evoked. Its rules are clear, its characters fleshed out, there’s pace, tension and a suitably jet-black twist.”