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Scooters Yard

Well, I’ve finally done it! Published, that is. Scooters Yard is now out and about and hitting the internet. It’s been quite a long haul and took far longer than I expected but I got there eventually. I’m pleased with … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal!

Well, here it is. The cover for my new book. Hope you all like it as much as I do! Scooters Yard will be out on 9th of May! If anyone wants to be an ARC reader then please get … Continue reading

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An update on Scooters Yard

Seeing as I’ve not been around so much recently, I thought I would give you an update on how Scooters Yard, the second Gornstock novel, is going. Well, it’s going through the appraisal stage. I’ve sent it out to a … Continue reading

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Twitter twats and twots.

Now, I’m not an expert at using various social media platforms for the purposes of promoting my book. However, I’m an expert in what riles and annoys me. When I first signed up for twitter I hadn’t a clue how … Continue reading

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Book promotions!

We’ve all heard the story about a pretty young girl who gets spotted by an agency as she walks down the street and is then catapulted to international stardom via the catwalks. Within a year or so she’s a multi-zillionaire; … Continue reading

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My review of ‘Echoes of Narcissus in the Gardens of Delight’ by Jo Robinson

This is the story of a woman who finally sees a chink of light after thirty years of marriage. As the shutters fall from her eyes, blazing sunshine floods in and she can see how she has suffered at the … Continue reading

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The pen is mightier…..

I have decided to relent. After the last few years of bashing away at the computer I’ve decided that picking up pen and paper and scribbling away in my hard to read handwriting is more productive than sitting at the … Continue reading

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