For those of you who follow this blog closely (yes, both of you!), it’s probably been a bit top-heavy with Carrion recently, though I’m sure you can understand why – and, if you can’t, have you been paying attention?!

Anyway, I am aiming for normal service (such as it was) to resume in the coming weeks, although I suspect there will be bursts of Carrion-related activity along the way. For now, though, I’m going to deviate back to a book that’s been eclipsed in recent times, though I’m still very proud of it.

In the run-up to launching Carrion, I tested out some ideas about possible blurbs to use on the back cover. Frankly, I was astonished at how many people jumped in and offered advice (fortunately, in a very supportive way), and some of them were completely new to me. Reflecting on it afterwards, I realised how much help they’d been and how grateful I was for them taking the time to offer their words of wisdom. I wanted to do something more than just thank them, so I offered them each a copy of either of my books (eBook only, of course – I’m not that grateful!). It seemed a relatively minor thing to do, but I got the impression the gesture was appreciated.

One of the people who helped out was Tom Williams, author of a range of historical fiction. As yet, I haven’t delved into his own works, and in part that’s because I don’t tend to read historical fiction. Then again, he did say he didn’t really read my kind of stuff either.  Click here and you can find out whether that’s still the case…

 

 

If you haven’t yet experienced Ravens Gathering, why not click the book cover to find out more…

 

 

 

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