If you enjoy this blog, you might like to think about taking a punt on one of my ebooks, which are available for download from amazon for as little as 99p, or one dollar, or thereabouts – less than the price of a beer or cup of coffee, in other words. (The three novels (ETA: now four novels, including The Coming Thing) are also available in (slightly more expensive) print editions.)
Yes, they’re self-published, but anyone sceptical about the quality of many of the self-published books now flooding the market might find it reassuring that Suckers and Stiff Lips were originally brought out in old-fashioned print by Pan Macmillan, and the reviews in the Billson Film Database first saw the light of day in the print editions of the Telegraph, Time Out or other magazines.
Please forgive the self-promotion, but I don’t have an agent or publisher, so this is the only way I can ask anyone to read my work. If you enjoy it – or even if you don’t – please think about leaving a review on amazon or goodreads or social media. These are tough times, and I need all the help I can get. I currently have three novels on the go and, quite frankly, not a lot of incentive to publish them when they’re finished. If I were to sell a few more books, then at least I’d know I had some interested readers out there.
Click on the cover images to be taken to amazon.co.uk. My ebooks are also on sale in the Kindle format on amazon.com and all the other amazons. The Billson Film Database can also be found on epub and pdf format at smashwords.com.