It is not very British to blow one’s own trumpet. Please permit me a quick parp. Below The Strandline has received a four star independent review from Reedsy’s review panel. They said: “An impressive debut that leaves the reader wanting more. Perfect for murder-mystery fans.” Here’s a link to the full review and an upvoteContinue reading “Bashful Algorithms”
An old chum rang me this morning while I was out on a windy walk before work. I haven’t seen him for a couple of years and it was good to catch up. It was like old times. He was always hugely entertaining when we met up, holed up in a cozy pub over aContinue reading “Muskets and Daggers”
I imagine that all writers share the need to get into the right frame of mind for fresh ideas to spark and for the words to flow. There seems to be so much noise out there with politics, lock-downs, security alerts and endless chatter from pundits and pollsters, that it can seem that there justContinue reading “White Noise and Quilogy”
Here in the UK, we have been gifted an extra hour. The clocks changed last night, so by the time lord’s convention 08:00 became 07:00. For me, Sunday should be a timeless, drifting sort of day, controlled by selfish impulse and hunger. I may be a bit unusual in this but if I can getContinue reading “Time Rebel”
Stock up now with the best new releases. GoodReads is a great place to start. Don’t forget to download Below The Strandline at the special price until end of September. Unlike the supermarket shelves, there are enough Kindle downloads for everyone. Escape into a very British crime story.
Ah, here’s my list. Write a fresh crime novel – tick! Release it on Kindle in September 2020 – tick! Readers – yes, I am excited to see interest growing in my book. Reviews? Happily I can now tick that one as well. I have just received a review on Amazon’s site in Australia andContinue reading “Thank you, Australia – first review just in!”