This is a book about circumstances. It’s a wrong time-wrong place story with catastrophic effects that snowball our hero into a corner. At his back, he has one wall with nothing left to lose and, at the other, I’ve had it with this. But we’ve shot to the end of the story, where Ed is… Continue reading Review of Why Good Men Kill by James Lilley
When your book comes out, you need to market it. It’s a sad fact of life that if you eat 1000 cream cakes, you will get fat, and it’s also a fact that no matter how much you think it should, your book isn’t going to sell itself. Much of your marketing and promotion will… Continue reading Selling Your Books at Fairs and Events.
I started a mainstream book by my hero, Dean Koontz, about two weeks ago but have been so snowed under with work that there’s been no time for reading—and long may it continue. I haven’t left mainstream behind, but the following two reviews are both from pre-published Indie’s written by my lovely clients. Beneath the… Continue reading Review of Beneath the Sand by Jake Shuford
A lot of my recent reviews have been by Indie Authors like myself. There are hundreds of writing and reading groups around, and it’s great to support other authors. It’s a competitive world out there for struggling writers. From my perspective, it’s good because it’s forced me out of my niche. If you cut me… Continue reading The Clockmaker by Ceri Williams and Drew Neary