I’m giving away one proof (the only one) signed paperback of THE GHOST OF STORMER HILL. Because it’s not long before the book is released, and postage is a killer, this offer is limited to the U.K. only, sorry. How to win. Swing by my Twitter or Instagram page. Respond to either post and tagContinue reading “Giveaway – THE GHOST OF STORMER HILL!”
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It’s mid-April already? Well, this update is long overdue. Firstly, there’s been a slight delay in the release of the third, and last, Tom Nolan book. However, it is now with the editor, and I’ll be awaiting the verdict of the red pen in the coming months. There’s no scheduled release date yet, but it’sContinue reading “Happy Easter”
I should explain that I don’t have a bookcase at home. I have a shelf where I put my most recent reads, but I incarcerated all my rare first editions and collectibles in yellow straight jackets in the attic. Visitation rights are limited, but I sometimes go up there and allow them some air fromContinue reading “Attic Archives”
As far back as I remember, I always wanted to be a gangster… I mean, movie director. I pursued it for a while too. Left art college. Enrolled in film school. Worked as an Assistant Director on a Anglo German movie that had a limited run in this cool art house cinema in the city.Continue reading “The Journey”
I’m unsure how effective these updates are, or if anyone is reading them, but if you are, thank you. Writing is a solitary sport, but it requires spectators to make it worthwhile. The concept of speaking into the void without my words reaching anyone is a depressing thought. So again, thank you for jumping inContinue reading “The Void”
What’s the Future of Indie Publishing?
Last year I did something I thought I’d never do; self publish a book. And I did it because I am scared of the publishing industry. That’s not an admission of fear toward rejection. Rejection is expected in the writing world. To think otherwise is delusional. No, this is more a fear of where publishingContinue reading “What’s the Future of Indie Publishing?”