My last book, Inspector Kirby and Harold Longcoat – A Northumbrian Mystery went down well with those who read it. There just weren’t enough of those readers. A familiar story to many out there I’m […]
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Story settings and the reader’s mind
For me the setting of any book if it’s pivotal to the story becomes a character in the story. The reader has to be able to see the setting in the same way they vision […]
30 things one writer learnt in 2018
At this time, in early January, I’m looking forward to what the new year might bring. However, it’s always good to look back at the year just gone and see what nuggets of wisdom it […]
Ideas – where does that next great book come from?
I write this now because I’m struggling. I’ve finished revising books two and three of my Inspector Kirby series and I’m searching for ideas for book four. I’ve got two other books to revise, however, […]
Indie authors – is writing that series the key?
Like most indie-authors I’m looking for the “secret of sales”. How do I get the word out, how do I attract those followers I need. And yes I know it’s not all about selling, at […]