Strangers with the Eyes of Men. The Third in the Ankerita series of modern Gothic chillers. The lady has died, but the promise she made to the witch, Genet, draws her back into a world where the UK referendum is imminent and the shadow of the Nazis is on the rise again, driven by the dark shadows inside us all: the Strangers.
When Times Comes, a feel-good romance from Cat Nicolaou has now been rewritten and released in paperback and Kindle. If you love your romances sexy and passionate, you can almost feel the warmth of the Greek summer in every page. A great winter read.
The Worst Man on Mars by Mark Roman and Corben Duke is out right now. If you like your sci-fi as a mixture of Yorkshire humour and Red Dwarf, then this is the book you should read. The guys have published it through an unusual route, more of which will be revealed in the December 2016 newsletter. Don't miss this trailer for the book.
The Villainous Viscount by Lucinda Elliot, a Gothic tale of hooded spectres and haunted mirrors set in the early 19th century is lively and full of chills and romance. The ebook is only 99p and the paperback will be available later in the year.
Sentenced to Obscurity by Oznonymous has now been released. The Gargoyle Chronicles continue with a tortured tale of forbidden love that degenerates into a dystopian nightmare. The future isn’t written, it is rewritten. The past was not written, it was designed...
The Inca Template. There is a new version of the Template available for you to download. Pasting your text into this will ensure that your manuscript can be uploaded to Createspace in exactly the correct format for an impressive end result. Remember that the presentation of your work is critical. There is also a separate instruction booklet now, rather than having it in the template itself.
Father McGargles by Norman Morrow made #3 in the Amazon top 50 in British & Irish Contemporary Literature. Congratulations to Norman for an excellent result. The prequal, In the Shadow of the Judas Tree is also getting excellent reviews.
The Inside Story. A new site, featuring interviews with characters from a diverse selection of novels is now available for viewing on Wordpress. Rather than reading the ‘blurb’ on the back of a book, you can actually ‘hear’ what a particular character thinks about things. You’ll learn his/her ‘Inside Story’. In fact, you’ll get an insight into his thoughts: thoughts and ideas that were never told to the writer. There are links to individual interviews on the Portfolio tab.