Like Romance novels? Especially if they’re hot and heavy? This one was written for Mills and Boon in 2005, but they turned it down! They said it had ‘too much intrigue’. They said it was too exciting. Apparently, real and regular readers of the ‘Romance’ genre prefer their stories steamy but restrained. No murders, kidnapping, car chases, helicopters or bombs. Sorry, my mistake. I usually write Crime Fiction and I thought I’d just put in some of my everyday material, mixed in with the heavy Romance. It’s very cheap, as an e-book, well worth a try. Click on the link above to get a better view.
The BBC in the North West of England moved its offices and studios to Salford Quays. You’ve probably read all those books that have been written about the event. You haven’t? Well, probably not, because there’s been no news reports, no reviews, no mentions - in particular, NOTHING on the BBC, on any channel, any programme, any arts show or news programme. Funny, that. Fancy the Corporation not wanting to admit that they’re being criticised on their home turf of Salford. After all, they’re getting enough flak about ‘Newsnight’, Jimmy Savile and everything else. Who needs Salford stuff? Not the BBC, apparently.
Why would David Cameron come to Salford, visit the University, see the new Media Centre, and then get kidnapped? Woops. Bad luck, all round.
It’s an ebook! First, it was a printed paperback, and that’s coming up soon, on Amazon. But, meanwhile, if you’ve got ANY kind of e-reading device, get on down to Smashwords and check out the ebook. You can download it to your device, or even laptop or desktop computer. AND, special bonus, you still get the glorious cover - in colour - by Jenny Andrews.
What’s that you say? There’s an evening of music and local videos at St Clements Church in Ordsall on Saturday night, 20th Oct, starting at 5pm with the AGM of the Ordsall Trust, followed by vids from Mike Atherfold about the LETS scheme and recent Secret Garden Festival. Then it’s singing until 11pm (for a £1 contribution). I can’t believe it!
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Who keeps on giving away my ebooks - for free? Now, I find out that people who join The Lending Library on Amazon can download and read any of my ebook novels - for FREE. (Nothing is ever free, right? Wrong.)
It’s Sunday, which means you can download one of my ebooks for FREE.
Oh, sorry, I mean TWO ebooks. We’re talking about the ‘Olympics Omnibus’, which bundles together my novel about Olympics 2012 (with guest appearence by Prince William) and my 1995 novel about Manchester bidding for the Olympics, (plot spoiler: they lost).
All the best. Hope you enjoy.
I’ve just spent 10 mins trying to get onto my Tumblr account, and been diverted to ‘surveys’ that offer the chance to win millions of pounds.
Anyone else suffering this crap, or has Tumblr decided I’ve the only mug in town?
It’s FREE week on Kindle this week, the time to download your ebook about how we got an elected Mayor in Salford in 2012. No charge. (Available on all machines - find the app that suits your laptop or desktop, PC or Mac.)