The Audiobook has landed

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Sam Burns from Circle of Spears Productions has sent me a sample of the audiobook version of The Rocks of Aserol. Wow! I was blown away by this, and if you want  to listen to the amazing work that Sam and the … Continued

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More Publicity

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I popped into Brixham library yesterday and spotted a copy of Ribbonworld on the shelf with the other returned books. That means someone has borrowed it, great news; I hope they liked it. Not only that, my neighbour, Clive Maddison, … Continued

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And another one!

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I have another pre-publication review for “The Rocks of Aserol,” and after the 5* last time, I have a 4* to go with it! This one’s from Clabe Polk at http://clabepolkmysteryadve.ipage.com/cpma-book-blog.html The full review is there, there are a couple of mild … Continued

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1066 Upside Down Update

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  The blog for 1066 Upside Down is now live, check it out at https://1066turnedupsidedown.blogspot.co.uk There’re news items about the project and links to all the individual authors websites and blogs.  753 total views

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1066 Turned Upside Down

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A cast of nine authors, Helen Hollick, Joanna Barnden, Anna Belfrage, Annie Whitehead, Glynn Holloway, Richard Dee, Carol Mcgrath Eliza Redgold and Alison Morton have collaborated on a book dealing with the “What If’s” of 1066, the year of the … Continued

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Tales From Norlandia, Part 3

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Here is the second of the Flash Fiction teasers for The Rocks of Aserol.   “With the coming of the Rail-Ryde, Aserol has turned from a provincial backwater supporting the nearby naval base into an important source of Norlandian wealth. … Continued

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Another review for Ribbonworld.

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Ribbonworld scores 4* with another book blogger. You can see the full review here, but here is the gist of it, REVIEW:   The planet Reevis, was full of interesting characters and magnificently described features. The book starts off with Miles … Continued

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And here it is!

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Drumroll and fanfare!! The cover design for The Rocks of Aserol is unveiled. And isn’t it wonderful! Try a sample of the first chapter here  776 total views

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