Sparacus has bested himself once more, showing the grossest extent of the "CTRL-V" method of posting, by publishing on his blog a list of his Ben Chatham stories. And then gladly admitting that he didn't even put any effort into it at all. In response, I will post my complete, and purely imaginary, bibliography:
DeBurgo - A series of twelve novels, following the adventures of a brash and daring Australian with a poofy surname whose chaotic adventures take him across every theatre of WWII.
Greenhorne - Exactly the same thing, except it was something I thought of submitting to the BBC Writer's Room - instead it's a pommy kid who joins the army underage and ends up with the Ghurkas. Loosely based on the actual army career of Robert Holmes.
Mycroft - another BBC Writer's Room idea, a 'modern-day' version of the Sherlock Holmes mythos, mirroring those weird-arse Rathbone films set in WWII, a mini-series where Mycroft is the main character, trying to work out how exactly his brother has vanished off the face of the world. Trying to find a way to make it seem not exactly like Jekyll, because then the comparison will make it automatically shit.
Sharkey's War - a spin-off to DeBurgo, but set in the morally muddied hellhole of the Vietnam Wars. Yes, I am insane.
Some guy kicks serious arse in the Seven Years War - working title.
The Hubris Trilogy - an idea for a Sci-Fi trilogy written in 'steeped in mythos' style, on the frontier of human expansion where things have gone terribly, terribly wrong. Yes, chances are that it would be terrible.
The Riding Officer - Well, it's The French Connection set in London and Cornwall in the early 18th Century. Yes, I do have a thing for period action stories, however did you guess? The Boer War could also be cool...
The Cutting Room Floor - a guy's hilariously ill-fated attempts to become an actor. Yes, I have heard of Ricky Gervais.
In the Valley... or something like that - sitcom which has it's idea based soley on the mountains of embarassing true stories from my ultimate inbred hillbilly stereotype. Think Monarch of the Glen set in Australia, only actually funny.
Calypso 5 - a sci-fi that would pretty much be exactly the same as Blakes 7, just with better special effects.
Most Honourable Pete, Ninja-Pirate Detective - ...no comment.
The DVD Store - I'm just going to start listing titles from here on...
The Adventures of Dr Chingo, Foreign Investor
Andrew Morrissey Investigates
The Fool Errant
Iron & Oak
Conversations with a Messiah
Time Paradox With Extra Salt
The Valley of Lost Children
Doctor Who and the Phonecians
The Heretic King
The Return of the Empire
The Clouds of Jupiter
The Revenge of the Quarks
That should do for now.
PS - please do not steal these ideas and subsequently profit from them.