Just a quick post to say I’ll be at Boston Library this Saturday (23 September) talking about In the Shadow of the Stump from 1.30pm. I’m not 100% on what I’m going to discuss (other than why I wrote a murder mystery) but I’ll also be doing a Q&A session as well as signing copies … More See you at the library this Saturday
‘The Shadow of the Stump’ has been reviewed in ‘Lincolnshire Life’, huzzah!
On 11 July 2017 I’ll be having a chat with the Waterstones Boston Coffee and Crime Club in the shop from 9.30am. Everyone is welcome to attend and entry is free. Just no tricky questions please!
Now, I’ve got a little confession to make and I hope you won’t judge me too harshly: I have never read an Agatha Christie. I know, I know, how can you write a murder mystery without reading the Queen of Crime? Well, that wrong has now been righted as my cousin, shocked by my revelation, … More My evenings with Dorothy and Agatha
As I was working on In the Shadow of the Stump, I got to thinking – what is it like for the person who finds the body? You always hear it on the news, ‘the body was found by somebody walking their dog’, or some such. So I had a go at writing a short … More The dogwalker – a short story
Watching clouds can be an engrossing way to spend time, but what’s happening up there? What if there were magic and monsters living above us? Simon Fairbanks’ The Curse of Besti Bori takes us to the land in the clouds where all the magical creatures retreated after being banished from earth. All is not well, … More The Curse of Besti Bori – a review
So it’s a week until Christmas, eeks! Amazingly I sold out of my first print run – fear not, more have come in. Waterstones Boston have been restocked and I have some copies too. Anyhoo, a little festive post here with some more of the truths behind the fiction. Mention is made throughout the book … More Truth in fiction (part 2)