Gamekeeper Turned Poacher: Retribution has now been released - yippee! It would be wrong of me to start talking about that tricky second TV series or trying to follow up a hit music album whilst we’re still trying to take the original to a wider audience. However, the feedback has been excellent which does place… Continue reading Here we go again!
At what point did you find yourself getting into the book? Were you hooked early or did it take a while for your interest to develop? Was the story more about plot or characters? Are there any sections of the book that you particularly liked? What do you make of the settings? Were any familiar… Continue reading Gamekeeper Turned Poacher – Questions
What’s scarier than a person reviewing what you’ve poured your heart and soul into? Easy! A group of people, sat round with the singular purpose of dissecting your work i.e. a book club. And yet I was delighted when I first heard that Gamekeeper Turned Poacher had been picked up by one. So much so,… Continue reading Book Club Resources
Those of you who have read my book will know I get a bit gushy in my afterword about how grateful I am that someone has chosen to read my book. However, I wanted to provide you with a more public thank you. If I do manage to make this work as a new career,… Continue reading Early adopters
I used to be a closet writer. Something I kept a secret and only my wife knew about. Then when it became serious enough to consider a career change some people had to find out because there is little point writing books if no one is aware of their existence. When you self-publish you rely… Continue reading Coming out
Those of you who have read my previous blog about the serial killer in my novel Gamekeeper Turned Poacher will know that Brandt was the reason why I set out to write a crime thriller. The story was meant to be about him and his exploits but I soon found myself becoming increasingly interested in… Continue reading The detective
I wrote in a previous blog about the issues when deciding on the pricing of one’s new book. Well it’s somewhat easier when considering the print version. But not in a good way! I knew that the royalty from Amazon was going to be 60% rather than the 70% I’ll get from the digital version.… Continue reading Time to go digital!