After riding the steam train to historic Dartmouth today, we crossed the river by ferry and boarded a paddle steamer in September sunshine. The steamer headed out to sea just beyond the forts guarding the entrance to the estuary before turning upriver. A grey seal lounged on a pontoon and pulled a banana pose asContinue reading “Poirot and Paddles”
Two fantastic marketeers, Isabel in Spain and Melanie in Canada, are helping me spread the word about my debut crime novel, Below The Strandline. This has taken a bit of the pressure off me to launch my self-published book. I am away for a short break from my day job with a bubble of unmaskedContinue reading “Rolling stones unmasked”
It is an eye-opener for me in my brief time I have been on twitter how many seasoned and new crime fiction writers are out there and the excellent quality of marketing product behind them. There’s a whole industry built on dishonesty, corruption, violence, murder, kidnap and judging by the levels of interest in theContinue reading “There’s a lot of crime out there!”
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!”