I am proud to be a member of the Crime Writers Association and this month have an article in the member’s magazine Red Herrings. You can read it here and learn more about my MA, my process and my love for my home area Norfolk.
I am delighted to announce that Tantor Audio are releasing Into Deadly Storms as an audio book on the 25th January. I find audio books really handy and perhaps you do too. You can buy and download your book here. Enjoy!
What a week this has been. Wayland Babes was published on Tuesday and has had some wonderful reviews on the blog tour. If you would like to try this unusual collection of ghost stories that everyone seems to be loving you can buy it here or ask in your local indie bookstore. Then this morning…
Wayland Babes is available for preorder from today. From Amazon for your kindle or as a paperback. Or you can order it from your local indie bookshop. Published on 19th October. Enjoy! Pre Order Here
Thrilled to reveal the cover for Wayland Babes. So pleased with it! Available from 19th October from indie bookstores and across Amazon platforms.
Over the winter I re-started a project writing short ghost stories. Woven around the Norfolk tale of the Babes in the Wood, the project became five interwoven ghost stories, each from different time periods and each involving sightings of the Babes in some way. It’s called Wayland Babes. I am delighted to announce that Hobeck…
Had a delightful conversation with Adrian Hobart and Rebecca Collins of Hobeck books. If you want to know more about my creative life and some of the things it entails listen to the Hobcast podcast!
I was delighted to see that LoveReading – the UK’s largest book recommendation website – listed Into Deadly Storms as one of it’s books of the month in May. Read the review here.
Places and Faces magazine have kindly featured my novels in the June issue of their regional magazine. You can have a look at the magazine online here: Places and Faces and enter a free competition to win a signed copy of Into Deadly Storms. Good luck!
Woke up to the amazing news that Under Violent Skies has been long listed by the Crime Writers Association for the John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger. I am over the moon! CWA Dagger Awards Longlists Announced