AND NOW THE MEN HAVE THEIR SAY…

…Or do they? The companion collection to Me-Time Tales is devoted to men curious by nature or life-style, but it’s invaded by certain women… Something different! Short stories that surprise, pique and intrigue. Curious Men. These short stories delve into the minds of a variety of curious men: hooked on[…]

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FORTHCOMING NOVEL

BEWARE WHAT YOU WISH FOR! Coming very shortly, first to Amazon, November 28th, then to Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo and paperback in Spring 2020. Themes: Identity, family, illusion, dark secrets, misrepresentation, ethical dilemmas, disillusion, personal growth and the craziness of human beings At 28, Terry fantasises a life more[…]

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Writers: why go Kobo?

Here are some reasons why writers might go Kobo. It’s not only Amazon offering a brilliant service to the e-reading public. Although many successful writers have made a killing on KDP Select, those days may be numbered. Going exclusive meant that readers could sample free via Kindle Unlimited, but now[…]

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Writing: in his shoes

Could you put yourself in his shoes? I wrote about this short story in a previous post Unlikeable character – makes you read on. I’ve just updated the e-book and reminded myself (slight shock) that I’d written horror rather than just crime. Which writer was it who said we only[…]

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A trilogy in one volume.

A Relative Invasion – a fateful rivalry. Join my readers list and receive Book One FREE. Set in 1937-1950, a fateful rivalry between two South London boys mirrors the emotions which led to the second world war: envy, desire for new territory, lust for power. A Relative Invasion is probably the[…]

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In Writing: hidden undercurrent

  Writers’ undercurrents: in the novel you’ve just read — or in your own writing? Sometimes it’s only after finishing a novel that you become aware of its undercurrent.  For instance, in Dead Water (Simon Ings) the fast paced plot involves the protagonist in a deadly international chase after an evil[…]

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