My booky-wooks

In case there’s anyone alive who hasn’t heard me bang on about my books. Or you’ve been living in a cave in the Outer Hebrides for the past few years, here is a reprise. They are all available from AmazonUK and US, Waterstone’s online, fishpond, The Book Depository and, in the States, Barnes & Noble.Continue reading “My booky-wooks”

JM interviewed by Big Al for the Indie View! Well chuffed.

“Where did you get the idea from? I’m a flitter and sipper: I pick up a sound bite here, a picture there, a quote from what’s in the news, a bit of interesting history, a dollop of current science, a snippet from my own life. I like my writing to be a rich stew ofContinue reading “JM interviewed by Big Al for the Indie View! Well chuffed.”

Shut the front door!

My first novel ‘Is death really necessary?’ (a surprisingly cheery ecothriller about the death of petrol-based transport and multi-drug resistant tuberculosis) is currently massively discounted down to £1.53on on Amazon UK.                                                 Continue reading “Shut the front door!”

Indie writers finally get help with publicity

I’m very excited to be a guineapig on a new scheme by Andy Farrell, which gives internet exposure to indie authors.  Here’s a link to the website: Go and see what you think. And, if you like it, why not offer yourself as a guineapig too? I suspect the more guineapigs Andy has the betterContinue reading “Indie writers finally get help with publicity”

My Writing Process Blog Tour

I’ve been asked to take part in the My Writing Process Blog Tour, by Caroline Davies*. This is a sort of chain letter for writers who blog. We’re each given the same four questions to answer. Do we all do it the same way? Almost certainly not. There are those who plan meticulously before gettingContinue reading “My Writing Process Blog Tour”

Long time no …

Gosh it’s hard to find interesting things to say about oneself. Especially on a regular basis. This just in, however: Apparently Janek Schaefer used a copy of ‘Is death really necessary’ in his installation for the International Festival held here in Milton Keynes in July of this year. Sadly it didn’t get included in theContinue reading “Long time no …”