Category Archives: cover reveal

Life In A Conversation #anthology #shortfiction #coveroptions

As foreshadowed before I am in the last throes of editing my latest compilation of short fiction. Things have slowed a touch while I focus on Nano (which is going very well, thanks for asking – 42,000 words and it’s … Continue reading

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Apprenticed To My Mother #amwriting #cover

As regular readers will know I penned a few stories about my mother which I decided to turn into a memoir – though some will say parts, especially the dialogue are more based on a true story, given no one … Continue reading

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Life In All Its Forms #covers

In 2016 I launched a book of 30 short stories based around a challenge I undertook to write 30 stories in November 2015. I called it Life, In A Grain Of Sand after one of the stories but also reflecting … Continue reading

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Cover Art #deadflieandsherrytrifle

My first book, Dead Flies and Sherry Trifle is now three years old. At the time I published it I still had a lot to learn. One aspect was the cover. I asked my nephew, whose career as an artist … Continue reading

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Buster & Moo: the cover

Hi all Very kindly a few of you looked a a blurb I wrote for my upcoming book and gave me some very useful feedback. Now it’s the cover and, in all honesty, I’m challenged. So, I’d love any thoughts … Continue reading

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Salisbury Square #novel #cover

A short while ago I set out a selection of possible covers for my latest book and asked you to vote. Lots of you did and many said nice things. Mostly however you thought that the gritty subject matter was … Continue reading

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Salisbury Square – Cover Reveal #coverreveal

Oh heck. My next book is reaching a crescendo and one of the peaks that I find especially daunting is the cover decision and, boy, is this tricky. This is the synopsis: Jerzy Komaza is adept at turning a blind … Continue reading

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