China's life hangs in the balance when she stumbles across something so terrible she wonders if she is living inside one of her own novels.
Undercover: Crime Shorts is airing on theauthorsshow.com again. All day today it is on a loop and you can pop in and listen to me nattering about writing the short stories which are included in my first collection of short stories.
I’m absolutely delighted to share my excitement at the publication of my very first collection of short stories UNDERCOVER: CRIME SHORTS (Plaisted Publishing House) Paperback and eBook – most digital platforms globally. It will be out in paperback with Amazon soon and is already with Lulu.com as well as Barnes and Noble and many other platforms. Undercover: Crime Shorts went […]
Wishing each and every one who has visited and followed me here during the ups and down of 2015, a very happy festive season and a wonderful 2016. Thank you so much for your friendship and for making this blog so enjoyable for me and, I do hope, enjoyable for you too. I’ve had so much fun reading your comments […]
It is such a thrill to receive feed-back from readers. Writing is such a lonely occupation and so to know someone has actually read what you’ve written and liked it enough to comment on Social Media, and to then pop across to Amazon to leave a review with some lovely sparkly stars, and a #1 Best Seller spot to boot: well, that is the icing on the cake. In September I signed with Accent Press Ltd and in October they published their Halloween Anthology, Shiver, in which I contributed my short story, The Haunting of Anne Chambers – a Ghost story set in Cornwall where I have spent many years working with recording artists we managed there. http://t.co/qw98OdKs9C We used to stay with friends in the village of Paul, not far from Mousehole, and there is a wonderful old church there – Paul Church, also known as St. Pol de Leon – which has some interesting history attached to it. The Spanish came ashore during the Spanish Armada, did a little raping and pillaging – which accounts for so many dark-haired locals with Spanish-sounding names I guess – but perhaps we won’t go there! Anyway Inside the Church Chancel there is a plaque which inspired my story The Haunting of Anne Chambers – it reads exactly as follows: Interr’d near this place lies ye body of Captain Andrew Elton Commander of the Godfrey Gally. He was killd in an engagement with a French Privateer Off the Lands […]