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Sci-Fi and Steampunk adventures. The home of reluctant amateur detective Andorra Pett.
"Richard Dee: exciting, entertaining and engrossing. What more does a reader need?" Helen Hollick,
- Best Selling Author.
Here is the fourth vignette from the soon to be published novel, featuring another character that may or may not appear later. Maloney’s Arm “Lieutenant Maloney, would you please remove your shirt for me.” “Not Lieutenant any more, sir, … Continued
My new project, a FREE eBook for anyone who wants it, will be available shortly. Containing Short Stories, Flash Fiction, and excerpts from my published work it will also have teasers from my next two novels. Information on how to … Continued
My thanks to Chris Solaas at http://christianindiebookreviews.blogspot.co.uk for his review of “The Rocks of Aserol.” The review will be published everywhere when the book goes live, meantime I reproduce it here for you. Norlandia is a country in the … Continued
I said before that I get ideas from the strangest places, well now and for the second time, an idea for a novel has come from an external source. First, it was my editor who suggested a sequel to The … Continued
This one was from Goodreads. See it (and the rest) at https://goo.gl/LGWF3N May 21, 2016Teshka rated it, it was amazing · review of another edition Recommends it for: Any Science Fiction fan. Recommended to Teshka by: Bookshop owner. So I walked into … Continued
Flash Fiction for Saturday. I know its a day early. Enjoy! My grandfather gave me the deeds at my twenty-first birthday party, he said it was a family joke, apparently back in the nineteen-nineties selling land on other planets had … Continued
I have another 4-star review for Ribbonworld. You can see it on Amazon here, or on the reviewers blog here. As far as I am concerned, this is the best bit:- “this novel is so much more than the sum … Continued
The proof of the paperback version of The Rocks of Aserol has arrived and in the end, the whole Ingram thing was easy. No doubt that was due to the work put in by my team, Helen Baggott on Edit, … Continued