Hello & welcome to all new subscribers,
It’s been another busy few weeks, mostly technical stuff, which is tough for me as many of you know, but everything seems to be going according to plan – touch wood, fingers crossed – except of course the writing. I’ve been lucky if I can get a paragraph written without interruptions. I’m planning to switch the internet off for a few days to force me to concentrate, but before I do, here’s news of a couple of bargains for you.
Do you like John Meredith? Does he irritate you? Do you want to know what made him the man he is? Good, then you’ll be pleased to know that The Making of Meredith will be at the reduced price of 0.99 from 12th May – 19th May 2017. Click here to grab it at this bargain price, or of course it’s FREE on Kindle Unlimited.
Here are extracts from several reader reviews:
When I finished this book, I literally said out loud, “wow.” It was that good. While I have enjoyed every book in the Meredith and Hodge series, I think this one was the best so far, in that it allows us to understand just how Meredith ended up being Meredith. I have always found him to be complex and interesting, now, even more so. With a keener understanding of who he really is, I eagerly anticipate the next book in the Meredith and Hodge series.
I have enjoyed all of the Meredith and Hodge series thus far, so it is nice to get to see what has made Meredith the arrogant bastard that is Meredith. As always well written and thought provoking. Looking forward to more.
As a huge fan of this author and particularly the Meredith and Hodge stories I was intrigued to read this back story of Meredith’s earlier life. The book completely lived up to my high expectations and cleverly revealed the development of his character and personality, linking seamlessly into the Meredith and Hodge series. This is a skilfully written book, working equally as an introduction to this talented author or as a window into Meredith’s past for those who are already fans.
I hope you like it too, don’t forget to let me know.
In other news: I’ve finally pulled the first box set together for readers, which offers a massive saving. My clever designer, Antony, has produced a fabulous box cover. I love it. What do you think?
If you’ve already read, Misplaced Loyalty, Ill Conceived and The Wrong Shoes, I’d be eternally grateful if you would pop over to Amazon and leave a review when you have a moment. If you’ve yet to read them, now’s the time to grab a bargain. Click here to take a peep. This set will also be free on Kindle Unlimited.
Finally, while out walking the dogs, I had an idea for a new stand alone novel, working title, A Witness for Wendy. It’s about a girl killed thirty years ago, and how her killer is finally brought to justice in an unusual fashion. I’m itching to get to work on it. There’s a lot to be said for chasing three dogs around!
Until next time, here’s a fuzzy woodland shot of those that helped provide the inspiration.
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