My latest novel, I Remember Everything, will be published on Saturday.

It hardly seems possible but my nineteenth novel will hit the virtual shelves on Saturday, July the first. I never thought it would happen but the ideas just seem to keep coming, faster than I can get them finished. I … Continued

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New release. The Day The Earth Turned Book 1 – Summer. By Chantelle Atkins

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This week’s review is of the first book in a dystopian post-apocalyptic series from one of the co-authors of the Fortunes Well series, Chantelle Atkins. You can read what I thought about the first book in the Fortunes Well series … Continued

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New work. The adventures of Kalyn Deere, Bounty Hunter

Whenever I’ve had a few spare moments, or when inspiration was scarce for one of my novels, I’ve found myself working on a new project and a totally new style of writing for me. It’s a collection of short stories … Continued

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The also ran’s, ideas that are almost a novel.

One of the problems with having what’s referred to as an “active imagination” is that you get ideas faster than you can write them down. A couple of weeks ago, I told you about the half-finished novels that I’m desperate … Continued

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We Are Saul. One year on.

It hardly seems possible but it’s a year since my novel, We Are Saul, hit the virtual shelves. The idea was based on an idea I had for a short story, which I called My Shadow and Me. And a … Continued

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The Safety of the Realm. The first draft of a new Steampunk adventure.

I’ve finished the first draft of my twenty-first novel and my fourth Steampunk adventure. This one is the sequel to my 2020 publication, The Sensaurum and the Lexis. Once again, Jackson and Jessamine, in their roles as two of The … Continued

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Andorra Pett returns on September first. Save the date.

September the first, 2023 is the big day for my twentieth novel. After a gap of nearly three years, I’ve finally got around to finishing the fifth full-length Andorra Pett adventure. It was really good to get back to Andorra’s … Continued

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Two down, five to go

One of the problems with having what’s referred to as an “active imagination” is that you get ideas faster than you can write them down. In all the excitement of getting a new idea, I’m left with a load of … Continued

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