Welcome to the official website of author M.H. Vesseur. Here you can find everything he’s written: the Radio Detective series, The Hitomi Files and all of his short stories. There’s also a special page for Dutch readers. To get started, here are a couple of highlights:
Three of M.H. Vesseur’s new Impromptus debut in Longshot Island magazine
‘Impromptus’ are something new for M.H. Vesseur, although are somehow related to the palm-of-the-hands stories he’s been working on earlier. The Impromptus are very short, very quick ‘vignettes’ (as Daniel White, editor of Longshot Island calls them) written spontaneously from a sudden idea. They’re written in one stroke, not through endless editing or concepting. Finally, the ones that ‘work’, are selected. There’s more to it than that of course, and it’s only a beginning because new Impromptus keep emerging. Three of them, the numbers III, VIII and XIII, have just now been published in Longshot Island magazine. For more information on how to buy the magazine in print or as ebook, check the Longshot Island magazine website.
New paperback edition of Allusions available
The short story collection Allusions has been re-published in a second paperback edition. It features an entirely new cover and—let’s face it—superb printing quality from the Netherlands based Pumbo printing and distribution house. A real treat! Check out the online store page here or go to our special page here.
Our favorite radio producer’s adventures
In her first adventure, “North”, Hitomi gets involved in the search for the world’s most dangerous virus, a true 21st century killer. Whatever you’ve heard in the news so far — they were all wrong. It’s time for the truth to come out. Read more.
A word from the Radio Detective, Mr. Carl Pappas:
I’m Carl Pappas, bizz jockey and — unofficial — radio detective. You can read about my adventures in M.H. Vesseur’s novels “CEO Groupie”, “Die Rich”, “Tax Me If You Can”, “Acid Asset”, “Nosedive”, “Power Play” and “Blood Border”.
It’s my job to keep a close eye on the international business community and talk about what’s going on. So all you business boys ‘n girls pay attention. Follow the blog or Twitter updates, or get the free e-mail newsletter from The Boardroom. And be good in business because you have a responsibility beyond your wallet.”
Carl Pappas, bizz jockey and radio detective, host of radio show The Boardroom.