Almost every novel I have written has been set in the US and in the past, so you shouldn’t be too surprised to hear that I’d like to let you know about a promotion covering US Historical Fiction. It’s my genre, for sure. Fill your boots.
A couple of weeks ago, I went to a drive-in performance of the film Pulp Fiction–some of it was still great and other parts had really dated, especially in a post-BLM universe. I mention this because there is a Pulp Fiction novel opportunity for you running this month which contains some fabulous tales, none of
Hi Like many in the UK, I have gone back to my place of work this week, which has been a mask-wearing shock. My first world problems are not the subject of this post, but I didn’t want to ignore what is happening in our world even if I do write about fictional times in
I started writing Cuban Heel two days ago having wrestled with the storyline for the past couple of weeks. Without wishing to get into the detail of the plot, there is a revolution that I am finding quite a challenge to put into words. And it’s not THAT revolution–there were turbulent times in the country
Here are a couple of promos by Amy Ross in the same series… Strange Vice book 7, a collection of thriller short stories. Here’s its blurb: Sometimes Edward feels like Batman. His job at the secret agency demands that he saves the city of Boston regularly. But lately, he has been slacking at his job with
For those who like their novels to be fictional and based in a non-contemporary setting, have I got the opportunity for you? It is called Fall into Historical Fiction, and runs until September 11. It is a fine selection of tales from the past and I heartily recommend them to one and all. Fill your
Just a quick update on my writing life in the last week. I’ve been preparing the Casino Chiseler manuscript before I pass it to my editor to ready it for publishing, while at the same time piecing together the storyline for the next Alex Cohen book, Cuban Heel. In parallel to that, there has been
Fellow author, Liam G Black has a novel out which might be of interest to you called The Case of the Ashgrove Killer. The blurb should get you hooked… After moving to Amber Cove, and starting a new life, the detective Adam Miller tried to bury his bloody past from Ashgrove City. A city where