Today you find me entering prison for the first time… no, not in reality, inside my head and on my […]
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, many times. Writing a book is hard. I’ve written enough books […]
Eight years ago I gave up on traditional publishing and went the indie route, and I’ve never looked back. But […]
If you’re a writer and you have never heard of National Novel Writing Month, better known as NaNoWriMo, then you will […]
Here’s an example of a professional designer (not my words) either ignoring or not bothering to read a brief to create a great kindle book cover.
Branches scraped against a window pane and suddenly she realised she didn’t know where she was. The last thing she remembered was a ship, the cold, the ice, the brittle sea. Then the thought slipped away into the darkest recesses of her mind, to sit there, elusive, waiting to tantalise her waking moments with unknown and unremembered images and thoughts.
The Brittle Sea – Book One is currently standing at 90 pages in length fully completed and edited and should be around 140 pages on completion and publication. Books Two and Three will be of a similar length and the final and full version,The Brittle Sea Omnibus, will be close to 450 pages in length.
Ever been in the process of creating something you think is pretty unique and then realise it’s all been done […]
Why a Serialisation? I have been asked about my decision to publish The Brittle Sea in three parts, and what […]
The Titanic disaster is the catalyst that sparks a bloody feud between two families in early 20th century America. Captain […]