A strange thing happened this week. I started getting tweets from people about my paperbacks, TAUNTING THE DEAD and WATCHING OVER YOU, being seen around train stations and airports. So far, there have been photos from Liverpool, Manchester and lots in
You all know my journey of trying and trying and trying to get a publishing deal for twelve years, then self-publishing TAUNTING THE DEAD and finally, last June announcing that I had a two book deal with Thomas & Mercer,
I’m not great at keeping secrets so I am pleased I can finally say that I am on a panel at Theakstons Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival in July this year. I’m a regular visitor to the festival, this being
It’s been a surreal two years. Hearing that TAUNTING THE DEAD was one of the top ten bestselling ebooks in the Kindle UK store during 2012 when I self-published it was amazing. But I don’t think that will ever compare
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’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.