Tag Archives: psychological thriller

Ward Zero – problems along the way…

For the first time on my own website, here’s the cover of my newest book. Ward Zero can be pre-ordered on kindle now (click the cover for details) and will be published on October 1st. The paperback will follow on … Continue reading

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Chosen Child is published!

I’m really pleased that my fourth book – another psychological thriller – is now available to download on kindle or other devices with an app. A few bits and pieces about the book: From the first word on the first … Continue reading

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New book trailer!

If you compare learning to make a book trailer to learning to ride your bike with no stabilisers, I’m at the stage of wobbling along, a parent (in my case, son 2) trotting beside me. For yards I can go … Continue reading

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New book! The title is…

The first adult novel I started was The Cold Cold Sea, way back when my children were small. I wrote and wrote but then at some point I got stuck… and that was when I started The Paradise Trees. I … Continue reading

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The Name Game – or, what (not) to call your characters…

We’ve talked before about the problems people face finding the right name for their children and animals. But for writers, name-finding problems don’t stop there; they carry straight on into the tricky task of finding good names for our characters. … Continue reading

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The Attic Room video trailer

Son 2 and I have been busy making a new trailer. I found and downloaded the images, wrote the text, organised the credits, chose the music and put everything into MovieMaker. He pulled it all together and tweaked the timing. … Continue reading

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