The Christmas Goblin is Coming! (An Excerpt)

Here is a brief excerpt from my first children’s ebook. Click the banner at the end to go to the buying page. Many thanks 🙂 He went up to the rock and gently put his hand to it. It felt warm, weirdly warm. Noticing the sky getting darker, he turned away from the rock andContinue reading “The Christmas Goblin is Coming! (An Excerpt)”

A Coming of Age Story Perfect for Spring

Despite that spring is my favourite season, it seems that I’ve written few stories set during the three months between the end of March and June. It’s a period that defines new life, a new start, new beginnings and people tend to be blessed with a certain air of positivity and relaxation. Spring for meContinue reading “A Coming of Age Story Perfect for Spring”

What Happens To Your Ebooks After You Die?

Not to get too morbid, but I came across this a couple of months ago when a neighbour lost his wife. They had a joint account at Amazon and he owns a Kindle but the account was in her name. I wondered what the legality of the situation was and who would be entitled to keepContinue reading “What Happens To Your Ebooks After You Die?”

Dead Heat Links are Now Live

I’ve been beavering away on getting the Dead Heat release ready and it’s presently going through it’s first major edit. I expect/hope to get all the grammatical and spelling errors, and all the loose ends and plot changes altered before this weekend. It now has a release date of 16th March which should also giveContinue reading “Dead Heat Links are Now Live”

eBook Review: Dear Coca Cola by Terry Ravenscroft

Terry Ravenscroft likes to write letters of complaint ansd praise to businesses about their products. He is a bored retiree with a sharp sense of humour and in Dear Coca Cola he has taken on the persona of a daft fanatic / complainant about a variety of well-known products. In each case he takes aContinue reading “eBook Review: Dear Coca Cola by Terry Ravenscroft”