Undercover: Crime Shorts - With more twists and turns than Spaghetti Junction and with edge-of-the-cliff tension - it is a quick read for those short on time and who enjoy reading a short story with a beginning, middle, and satisfying end.
For me, White Stones was to be a one-off story. One full of mystery, a little romance, a woman haunted by a piece of music and an element of time-slipping. When the book reached its final paragraph, the main characters had had their stories told. ... but...
I'm back on theauthorsshow.com - my interview is podcast monthly - it is live now - and is in archives on the website 24/7 thereafter. Click to listen in and to find my podcast - channel 6.
My Guest Author is Lizzie Chantree: International Best Selling Author and Networker. Her latest book is Networking for Writers.
In my new book, Networking for writers, I talk about ways to grow your readership and author network. Marketing your own work can seem very daunting, but that can be turned around to make marketing something you look forward to. It doesn’t have to eat into precious writing time, or push you into procrastination because you aren’t sure which direction to take next.
Gone with the Wind, Anti-Freeze, Sleazy Jazz Clubs, A Fence, A Facebook Group, Trains, Yachts, Mill Paddles, Watching the Watchers. Sand and Pool Club Beverley Hills Hotel…
Undercover: Crime Shorts with more twists and turns than Spaghetti Junction. Crime stories for those with little time for a novel.
Ruhr Valley, Mohne Dam, RMA Sandhurst, Carnaby Street, Jersey Channel Islands, Radio One, Lords, Army Bases, Luxury Cruises, and Only One Woman
Two girls, one musician and an epic love story during the grooviest decade of the 20th century. Only One Woman: Music, fashion, romance and the Cold War.
Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore Author Update Release #Poetry Frank Prem, Reviews #Crime Jane Risdon, #Thriller Gwen Plano
Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
Welcome to the Friday edition of the Cafe and Bookstore with new releases and reviews for the authors on the shelves Delighted to share the news of Frank Prem’s latest release which is a selection of his poetry from across his current collections – Pebbles to Poems About the collection Pebbles to Poems is…
19 5* reviews including:
5* C. Plunkett: Fast-paced, page-turner of murder, mystery short stories. Reviewed in the United Kingdom Fast-paced, well written, page-turner that had me so engrossed my train journey flew by. The author clearly has done a lot of research, these short stories all felt very authentic and each had me gripped and on the edge of my seat wondering how they would play out. It’s been a long time since I read anything quite so intriguing and twisty. It certainly got my heart beating faster and I’d highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a great murder, mystery.
Vesta Curries, Fray Bentos Pies, Watneys Party Seven, Top of the Pops, Ready, Steady Go! Two Red Shoes, Elgin, Ballerina Ballroom, Nairn, Watford New Penny, Samanthas New Bond St, Radio One, Radio Caroline, Carnaby Street, and an epic love triangle…
If you can remember the Sixties you weren't there, is what they say. Christina Jones and I remember only too well, and we were there. read about the adventures of renza, Stella and Scott, in Only One Woman. Get the Sixties Vibe.
Kit Domino – a fab author and blogger, invited me to post a guest article on her, ‘Kit Domino’s World – Kit’s Library,’ and here it is. I – we both – hope you enjoy it. Let her know, she’d appreciate the feed-back and so would I. I’ve written about my experiences recording various Podcasts and internet video and radio […]