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Request A Review Copy Of My Debut Novel

At the start of the week my second novel, The Apprentice In The Master’s Shadow, was finally published. I am unsurprised that it hasn’t become a bestseller. As a sequel, its fortunes were almost entirely dependent on the number of people who have read my debut novel, which isn’t many. With that reality at the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Gauntlet By Karen Chance

The Gauntlet (A Kit Marlow Short, Book 1) Karen Chance Genre: Historical Fantasy Publisher: Self-Published Format: eBook, 52 Pages Date: 12th October 2010 ISBN-13: 978-1458125934 Perma-free ebook available from: Apple Books | Kobo | Smashwords   THERE IS NOTHING MORE DANGEROUS THAN AMOTHER PROTECTING HER DAUGHTER   Few things in life can match the strength... Continue Reading →

A Pessimist Is Never Disappointed

  So, yesterday was launch day for my latest book, The Apprentice In The Master’s Shadow. It pretty much went as I anticipated, meaning I don’t have a bestseller on my hands, nor am I likely to have one at any point in the next couple of years. I’ve not yet bothered to check how... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Left Hand Of God By Paul Hoffman

The Left Hand Of God (The Left Hand Of God Trilogy, Book 1) Paul Hoffman Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Razorbill Format: Paperback, 437 Pages Date: 6th January 2011 (First Published 2010) ISBN-10: 0141333553 ISBN-13: 978-0141333557 THEY TOLD HIM HE COULD DESTROY THE WORLD Ever pondered what type of story disappoints a reader the most? It’s not... Continue Reading →

Planning For The Future

  So today is the final day of the pre-release showcase for my upcoming second fantasy novel, The Apprentice In The Master’s Shadow, which is released next Monday. While I am excited by the prospect of my readers finally getting their hands on the book, my thoughts have already turned to what the future holds... Continue Reading →

Better Late Than Never

  When my upcoming second novel is published next week it will be almost a year late. An argument can be made that the delay was avoidable, but the process of writing The Apprentice In The Master’s Shadow was such a valuable learning experience that I wouldn’t change how things ultimately panned out. It was... Continue Reading →

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