After a great night in London last week, on a very rainy Tuesday evening this week, I celebrated my book launch with family and friends here in my home town of Stoke-on-Trent. It was something I always planned on doing
I think I’ll treasure this photo forever. It sums up just how happy I was to be at my own book launch at last. The party – because it was a great party – for the publication of TAUNTING THE
I’m a little bit shell-shocked this morning. It’s been SO long in the making that I’m not sure I can believe it. Today I will be travelling down to London with my fella and friends for my OWN book launch.
Yesterday my dreams came true when I received paperback copies of TAUNTING THE DEAD. After fourteen years, I’m pretty certain it’s the longest time anyone has waited to hold their baby. Yes, there were tears. Yes, there were grins. Yes,
I’m head down still with the first draft of my new book – two-thirds done, phew. It’s often lonely working from home all day. There’s no office banter (okay, I have Twitter), there are no cakes to tempt me (but
I’m not sure I can put into words how fantastic this year’s Theakston Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival was this year – or #TOPCrime2013 as some clever soul thought up. So, I thought I’d do it in pictures. From my