Five on Friday by Jill’s Book Cafe

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Every Friday, I look forward to reading about another author on Jill’s Book Cafe’s feature. So I was delighted to take part today. You can read the post here.

The challenge of writing a series

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‘The Kent Fisher murder mysteries are a long way from the cop with a trauma, which seems to be one of the current trends in crime fiction. They’re traditional murder mysteries, driven by both character and plot to entertain readers.’

No Mercy by Robert Crouch

5 things I learned from writing a series

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My thanks to Eva at Novel Deelights for posting this to support the release of No Mercy, Kent Fisher Mysteries #5. Click here to read the post. Click here to learn more about the books in the series.

The Kent Fisher Mysteries Collection Released

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The Kent Fisher Mysteries Collections (Books 1-3) is now available on Amazon Kindle by clicking here. It features No Accident, No Bodies and No Remorse in one handy volume. Enjoy!

River of Dreams

River of Dreams

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5th July 2019 – Songs that changed my life Sometimes you listen to a song and it has a special significance, a deeper resonance. It touches you in a way that makes your spine tingle. That was my criteria for

mask

How deception made me a writer

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In my childhood I improvised to survive. At times my life was as fictitious as the stories I read. Pretence was sometimes the only reality. That’s what made me a writer. I was eight when my father died. Though sad

To Kill A Mockingbird

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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14th October 2018 – 5/5 stars. I studied this novel for my English Literature O level back in 1974/5 and it changed my life. The story taught me about tolerance and hope in a world of ignorance, prejudice and injustice.

No Remorse blogtour

No Remorse blog tour

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7th May 2018 The No Remorse Blog Tour commences on publication day. Follow the links on Spreading the Word, Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and Google+ to read the reviews.

Looking back

From looking back to moving forward

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‘You were a bright lad, but you were in the wrong job.’ Two years ago, after 39 years of service, I quit my job in environmental health to write full time. I rang Ged, who was my first manager when