Liberator Chronicles – Volume 12

The next instalment in the Big Finish range of Blake’s 7 audio stories is due to be released this month.  Check out more details on the Big Finish website.

Stories are: Corners of the Mind by Andy Lane, Capital by Guy Adams and Punishment by Guy Adams.

LC12 cover

Image used with permission.

Travels with my Aunt – Rehearsal Photos

The Chichester Festival Theatre have released a number of photos from Travels with my Aunt.  Only the ones featuring Steven are posted here, but you can view the rest on the CFT Facebook – Travels With My Aunt Rehearsal Photos Album page.


Photo credit Tristram Kenton.


Steven Pacey and Haley Flaherty. Photo credit Tristram Kenton.


Steven Pacey, Patricia Hodge and director Christopher Luscombe. Photo credit Tristram Kenton.

More audiobook recording

Steven is currently preparing for another audiobook recording session this coming week.  The novel is “The Song Before it is Sung” by Justin Cartwright.

Updates as to when this is released will follow in due course.

Liberator Chronicles – Volume 12

IMG_1242 Photo used with permission. Credit: Lisa Bowerman/Big Finish

Big Finish have released more details about their next release in the Blake’s 7 audio series – Liberator Chronicles – Volume 12.

The stories Capital and Punishment will feature Steven as Del Tarrant.

Big Finish News – LC 12

New Audiobooks

Steven is this week recording the Joe Abercrombie series ‘Sharp Ends’. There are 13 short stories in total and are due for release in April 2016.

A Blog post on Joe Abercrombie’s website gives details of the books.



Joanne Harris: A Different Class. Steven will be recording the audio version of this novel later in February.

UPDATED – Travels with my Aunt – Chichester Festival Theatre 2016


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Steven has been cast as Henry Pulling in the Stiles and Drewe’s musical Travels With My Aunt. Based on Graham Greene’s novel, the show will be directed by Christopher Luscombe. He will star alongside Patricia Hodge as Aunt Augusta.

Rehearsals begin in March and the show runs from 18 April until 4 June 2016 at the Minerva Theatre in Chichester.

Tickets from £20.

Chichester Festival Theatre

Sam Eastland – audiobooks

Steven has recently read two audiobooks by author Sam Eastland.

The Beast in the Red Forest: Inspector Pekkala, Book 5
Author – Sam Eastland


Publisher’s Summary

A soldier returns from the front line of battle to report that Pekkala’s charred body has been found at the site of an ambush. But Stalin refuses to believe that the indomitable Pekkala is dead.

On Stalin’s orders, Pekkala’s assistant, Kirov, travels deep into the forests of Western Russia, following a trail of clues to a wilderness where partisans wage a brutal campaign against the Nazi invaders. Unknown to Kirov, he is being led into a trap. A new enemy has emerged from the fog of war, more deadly than any Kirov or Pekkala have ever faced before.

Pursuing the legend of a half-human creature said to roam the landscape of this war within a war, each step brings Kirov closer to the truth about Pekkala’s disappearance. Meanwhile, Pekkala’s nemesis is also closing in for the kill.

Sam Eastland lives in the US and the UK. He is the grandson of a London police detective. Eye of the Red Tsar, the first in the Inspector Pekkala series, was followed by The Red Coffin and Siberian Red.

©2013 Sam Eastland (P)2015 Audible, Ltd

Download from Audible

Red Icon, Inspector Pekkala – Book 6
Author – Sam Eastland


Publisher’s Summary
In the midst of the fighting, two Russian soldiers seek refuge in the crypt of a German church. There, clutched in the hands of a skeleton priest, they find The Shepherd – a priceless icon thought to have been destroyed long ago. When news of its discovery reaches Moscow, Stalin calls upon his most trusted investigator, Inspector Pekkala, once a favourite of the tsar and known to all of Russia as The Emerald Eye.

To unravel the secret of the icon’s past, Pekkala traces its last known whereabouts to a band of self-mutilating radicals known as The Skoptsy, who were hunted to extinction years ago by the Bolshevik Secret Police. Or so it was believed. As Pekkala soon learns, the last survivors of this brutal sect have clung to life in the shadowy forests of Siberia. With the reappearance of the icon, they have returned to claim the treasure they say belongs to them alone, bringing with them a new and terrible weapon to unleash upon the Russian people. Unless the Emerald Eye can stop them.

Sam Eastland lives in the US and the UK. He is the grandson of a London police detective. Eye of the Red Tsar, the first in the Inspector Pekkala series, was followed by The Red Coffin and Siberian Red.

©2015 Sam Eastland (P)2015 Audible, Ltd

Download from Audible

Voiceover – E4 Twilight Films Trailer

Steven provides the voiceover for this E4 trailer promoting the Twilight films. Yes, it is him!

Steven reads ‘Reacher Said Nothing’

Latest release of Steven’s work on audiobooks.

Reacher Said Nothing – written by Andy Martin


Publisher’s Summary


On September 1, 1994, Lee Child went out to buy the paper to start writing his first novel – in pencil. The result was Killing Floor, which introduced his hero Jack Reacher. Twenty years later, on September 1, 2014, he began writing Make Me, the 20th novel in his number-one best-selling Reacher series. Same day, same writer, same hero.

The difference, this time, was that he had someone looking over his shoulder. Andy Martin, uber Reacher fan, Cambridge academic, expert on existentialism and dedicated surfer, sat behind Lee Child in his office and watched him as he wrote. While Lee was writing his Reacher book, Andy was writing about the making of Make Me.

Reacher Said Nothing is a book about a guy writing a book. An instant metabook. It crosses genres by bringing a high-level critical approach to a popular text and gives a fascinating insight into the art of writing a thriller, showing the process in real time. It may well be the first of its kind.

[Spoiler alert: if you haven’t read Make Me yet, this book contains spoilers.]

©2015 Andy Martin (P)2015 Random House AudioBooks

Available to download from Audible

UPDATE – Cygnus Alpha Convention 2016

Unfortunately, due to work commitments Steven is no longer able to attend the Cygnus Alpha 2 Blake’s 7 Convention in April 2016.

However, all is not lost as Ian Kubiak reports that Steven has kindly agreed to a private signing for attendees of the convention.

For everyone who has bought a ticket to date they will receive a dedicated 8×10 signed print which they shall receive for free at the event. If you wish to be included in this offer then you must buy your ticket by Monday 30th November 2015 to get your free autograph.

Extra autographs will cost £10.00 and your own items can be sent in to get signed for £10.00 per item. These can be picked up from the event or sent in the post which will cost £2.00 per item. You can get these from Orac’s Shop.

Blake's 7 Logo

Details for the convention:

Saturday, 6 April 2016

The Waterman’s Centre
40 High Street,
West London, TW8 0DS

Tickets are limited to 100
£50.00 each

The event is run by fan Ian Kubiak. For further details, visit the Convention Website and continue to watch this space.