So Forget-me-not Blues has done it again. It’s now achieved finalist positions in three categories of the Next Generation Indie Book Awards 2018. Want to read Forget-me-not Blues? This tops … Continue reading It’s a hat-trick for Forget-me-not Blues!
Thrilled to say that Forget-me-not Blues is now available in an audio version! All credit to my brilliant narrator Beverley Murray. I think it’s fabulous and I hope you will enjoy! … Continue reading Announcing Forget-me-not Blues Audio Version
I’m pleased to announce that the third in the Abby Foulkes Mysteries series – Forget-me-not Blues – is published. In this book, Abby returns to Greece in the spring of 2015. … Continue reading The wait is over …
Two women on a Greek island discover a body washed up on the beach before their early morning yoga. They are required to give witness statements to the local police … Continue reading Waiting for the next Abby Foulkes mystery?
It’s time to reveal the cover of my third in crime series with Abby Foulkes, Forget-me-not Blues. The first in series, Hibiscus Fruit, was set on Skiathos in the Aegean, while … Continue reading Forget-me-not Blues cover reveal
I’m delighted to welcome to my blog today, fellow-author, Linda Huber, whose fifth novel, Ward Zero, is published today. Linda is one of my favourite authors because her stories are so … Continue reading Ward Zero by Linda Huber
My highlights from Crimefest 2016 – meeting on-line friends in real life, chatting with fellow indie authors and attending numerous interesting panels – if you follow me on Twitter, you’ll … Continue reading Highlights of Crimefest 2016
A while ago I purchased a weekend ticket to this event. But this has turned out to be an emotionally charged weekend with my son returning from Nicaragua after a … Continue reading Newcastle Noir 2016
It felt like I was on a writing roll as 2015 saw me publish my third novel which I had written and brought to publication within a 12 month period. … Continue reading On rediscovering my writing mojo
I was struck by a blog post by Marina Sofia at the beginning of December 2015, which was brought to my attention by Jose Escribano. Both are crime fiction aficionados I follow. Marina’s … Continue reading Diverse reading 2015/2016
And so back home from Crimefest 2015 I discover the apple blossom and the lilac tree in full bloom in the garden along with multitudes of flowers I didn’t even know … Continue reading Crimefest 2015 – a smörgåsbord of crime delights
Alex Gray introduced criminologist, David Wilson (on the left) and Gary Mulgrew (on the right). Gary was one of the Nat West Three and his book Gang of One, outlines his … Continue reading Bloody Scotland 2014