Ian has been a Doctor Who fan since he was brave enough to come out from behind the sofa and watch The Horror of Fang Rock in 1977.
His writing history includes a runner-up prize in a short story competition and a novella, ‘Twist’ (www.twistthenovel.com), which, though it garnered some nice reviews, including a lovely one from Britain’s SFX Magazine, did little to trouble the best-seller lists.
After failing to write anything more imaginative than a shopping list for the best part of a decade, The Brain Drain represents his first, tentative steps back into the world of creative writing.
He lives in Hampshire, England and works as an editor for an IT research company.
When not telling analysts that ‘premise’ isn’t the singular of ‘premises’, he can be found taking black and white pictures with ancient film cameras or listening to cutting-edge electronic music (and Kylie Minogue)