Hooray! The paperback version of my naughty new satire about university life, sex and alcohol in Thatcher’s Britain is now available from Amazon. Also from Feedaread, Hive, Fishpond and other independent online bookshops. (The Kindle edition has been out for a while) Do please share this information widely.
Monthly Archives: January 2018
Cover Wars @ Author Shout
Cover Wars In here is a certain pink SF cover of mine (‘Is death really necessary?’). It sticks out like sore thumb. Tee hee. Do vote for it if you feel you can. Indie authors need all the exposure they can get. And I’ve got a cold … feel sorry for me and give meContinue reading “Cover Wars @ Author Shout”
Review ‘Dead Man Falling’ (A Johnny Fedora Espionage Assignment Book 3) by Desmond Cory
I picked this up on a whim, partly because I wanted to test my month’s free membership of Amazon Prime and borrow a book (something I’d never done before) also because (as with all my reading these days) I was directed somehow to the engaging synopsis of the book on Amazon. (Which synopsis bears ratherContinue reading “Review ‘Dead Man Falling’ (A Johnny Fedora Espionage Assignment Book 3) by Desmond Cory”
‘Sea Wall: a journey on the South Dorset Ridgeway’ by Jennifer Hunt (Archaeopteryx, 2016)
I came across this delightful little volume of thoughts, snippets, poems, lino cuts and two inspiring concrete poems at the Weymouth Book Fayre at the beginning of December last year. The Fayre showcased what all us local authors have been producing. A huge range of books was available there, from stunning picture books of theContinue reading “‘Sea Wall: a journey on the South Dorset Ridgeway’ by Jennifer Hunt (Archaeopteryx, 2016)”