I’m working on a new and unexpected story. I’m sure there are authors who schedule what they’re going to write when and actually stick to it, but I don’t seem to be one of them. You see, I went on a Heritage Open Day earlier this month. Well, I went on a few, but thisContinue reading “Out of the blue: a new Halloween tale”
Tag Archives: Halloween Sherlock
On unreliable narrators and alternative worlds
We finally got round to watching Cruella last weekend. We had thought of seeing the film when it first came out and paying for priority access, but I had suggested that we wait, since I wasn’t sure whether we’d like it. As it turns out, we really enjoyed it. When I looked on Wikipanion later,Continue reading “On unreliable narrators and alternative worlds”
#EscapeWithABook Week 7: Halloween Sherlock
It’s Week 7 of #EscapeWithABook, in which I run a discount on a different ebook every week. Each book is 99p/99c (UK/US only, because of how Amazon run their discount system). In addition, almost all my books are in Kindle Unlimited, so if you are a subscriber, you can read over 20 of my books that way.Continue reading “#EscapeWithABook Week 7: Halloween Sherlock”
Kindlemas starts today – check out my Christmas offers!
Christmas is a time for giving, and all that… Well, I have some presents for you, starting today, and everyone’s on the nice list! For anyone who’s using a screen reader, here are the offers (all in ebook). Click on the global links at the end to view each book on Amazon. * A ChristmasContinue reading “Kindlemas starts today – check out my Christmas offers!”
Free book, cheap book, and two book fairs to explore!
It’s like buses – you think you’ve scheduled various things with decent gaps between them, and only later do you realise that actually they’re all coming along together. Or maybe that’s just me. Anyway, here are some offers I have going on today and for the next few days: One of my Halloween Sherlock novelettes, Sherlock HolmesContinue reading “Free book, cheap book, and two book fairs to explore!”
Run out of books? Don’t despair – it’s the Mystery & Thriller Book Fair!
I don’t know about you, but all of a sudden it’s pretending to be summer here: we went to the beach today (writing this to post on Saturday morning) and it was suncream weather! Every so often I take part in one of these online book fairs, and I always find something new – aContinue reading “Run out of books? Don’t despair – it’s the Mystery & Thriller Book Fair!”
Books galore! Yes, it’s the Mystery & Thriller Book Fair!
Who doesn’t love a bargain? So if you’ve spent all your cash on Valentine’s stuff like red roses/filet mignon/diamonds/um, books then there is an answer! Follow the links below for a selection of books which are either just 99c/99p OR free to read for KU subscribers! And yes, a couple of mine are there too:Continue reading “Books galore! Yes, it’s the Mystery & Thriller Book Fair!”
Nothing says Christmas like a free murder (or two!): Bookmas sale starts today!
In accordance with tradition (OK, I did it last year), I’m offering a chunk of my books at a discount or even free, starting today and going through to Twelfth Night. Here is the list: Today I’m offering the first ebook in the Pippa Parker cozy mysteries series, Murder at the Playgroup, for FREE. It’s neverContinue reading “Nothing says Christmas like a free murder (or two!): Bookmas sale starts today!”
Free creepiness! The Case of the Snow-White Lady is FREE 24-28 October
What else can I say? As it’s coming up to Halloween, I’ve made the first ebook in my Halloween Sherlock series, The Case of the Snow-White Lady, free for a few days. If you enjoy it, maybe consider trying the next two, or even the box set which has an exclusive new short story featuring a character youContinue reading “Free creepiness! The Case of the Snow-White Lady is FREE 24-28 October”
Double launch day – a cabinet and a trio!
Today is launch day for not one but TWO books! OK, I’m cheating slightly because one is a box set/omnibus edition, but hey. Here are the books in question! Hopefully you can tell from the covers that they’re kind of related. 😉 Both are from my most traditional and probably darkest Sherlock Holmes series, Halloween Sherlock.Continue reading “Double launch day – a cabinet and a trio!”