Monthly Archives: June 2014
This week I received my free and half price copies of my latest release Agnus Dei. The end result is great, a credit to the publisher. Now we move on to marketing, the biggest challenge of all.
It’s gratifying to get a very positive review, as I did yesterday, of The Election some five years after its publication. Nice to know it is still of interest to avid readers of political thrillers. Let’s hope the good reviews keep coming … Continue reading
In the words of Anne Frank: I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.
I’ve just been doing some Internet surfing. My latest release Agnus Dei appears in an amazing array of online bookstores. Let’s hope it is taken up by those looking for a new legal thriller.
This year’s event is shaping up well. It looks as though the Hillbilly Goats and the Viper Creek Band may be headlining the programme. My guess is we’ll double last year’s attendance numbers. The organising committee is running an art union to assist in … Continue reading