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This is the official homepage of British SF and Fantasy writer Tony Ballantyne.

Use the links above to find out more about him,  his books and short stories, or to contact him.

His latest book is Dream London:  find out more here. He is currently working on the follow up: Dream Paris

If you’ve found this page whilst looking for his work related to Computing, follow this link: http://www.tonyballantyne.com/tech/

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Analog October 2014
Analog October 2014

7 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. I have just finished reading “twisted metal” and “blood and iron” back to back,and what fantastic novels they both are,i hope your hard at work,writting another sequel.

  2. Read the waters of meribah… I say to you…the universe DOES wish to know herself. Nature is by defaullt…. female. in glimples… only. Dost thou ?

  3. For the last 4 days I had been trying to remember/find a book I read some time ago that I absolutely adored. Having no luck, even after asking /r/scifi on reddit and the largest sci-fi group on GoodReads, I had been considering offering a $50 reward to anyone who found it for me. Today, someone named Divergence as a possible candidate for the book I was looking for, before I offered that reward. They were right. So I went onto Amazon and bought everything you’ve written because anything that causes me to want it that badly deserves my support. Thank you for writing, Tony. I don’t know how I’ll feel about the rest of your books, but I look forward to finding out.

    1. I’ve done that! I spent years trying to find a story I’d once read. It turned out it was Specialist, by Robert Sheckley. I went out and bought all his short story collections afterwards, they gave me a lot of pleasure. I hope you enjoy the rest of my books, too.

  4. I’ve been listening to the audiobooks of Twisted Metal and I absolutely love the narrator you chose to read it. I read the book before that, as well as Blood and Iron, but I reckon you’ve done a marvelous job. I love novels about robots and you really made it work. Thank you, and I look forward to the sequel when its good and ready. Good luck!

    1. Glad you enjoyed the books, Clarissa. I’m hoping to resume Penrose 3 after I’ve completed Dream Paris.

      Sorry for the late reply, btw, I’ve just got back from Loncon

      Best

      Tony

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