I have been writing novels since 2014, and still cling to the hope of obtaining an agent and publishing deal. In the absence of any meaningful success on this front, I have self published two of my novels, which are available as e-books and also paperback. I am very proud of them. Sadly, trying to promote them on social media feels like shouting into an empty bucket, so what I really need are reviews and comments on my work (and that is where you come in).
Big Sister: (Kindle e-book £1.99, Paperback £3.99)
An abandoned car in the middle of the desert is just the beginning of a young woman’s vengeance. The desert animals do not understand, and ultimately they do not care. But she never asked for sympathy or understanding. She asked for the help of killers, and the desert has obliged with its very best.
The search for folk stories for his new book brings William Bradshaw to the isolated home of an old Native American, Mr Joshua. But the story he finds is his own, and it may push him over the edge of reason.
No good deed goes unpunished. But Anthony Stubbs, a mild mannered orthopaedic chair salesman, is about to discover that picking up beautiful hitchhikers can be a risky business.
Isla Ruth comes to Hollywood seeking fame and fortune. But what she finds is trouble, and now she wants nothing more than for her big sister to come and rescue her.