I hope you are taking care of yourself at this difficult time. We seem to be in this for the long haul and I know many face difficulties not just relating to the virus. At a time of social distancing and self-isolation, books, as well as television box-sets, will become our sanctuary. So, on that […]
We Have 3 Winners!
Last week I told you about the audiobook release of Dead Blind and to celebrate I offered two blog commenters an audiobook of their own. To my surprise I didn’t have much uptake. There were only three comments, so I have decided that all three will receive a copy of the audiobook of Dead Blind. […]
Dead Blind Released as Audiobook and Giveaway!
I published Dead Blind back in May and have been thrilled with the reviews it has gathered for itself. “Tension and thrills ebbed and flowed throughout and I’d definitely recommend this book.” ~ Amazon reviewer “There is fear, loss of control, relationships, the dark net, feelings of weakness, vulnerability, guilt, suspicions, exposure, doubt and the […]
Why Dead Blind Is Such a Personal Book
I released Dead Blind into the world on Tuesday 8th May and it is a book that means a lot to me. A book that I want to do well and that I want readers to connect with and enjoy. More so than any of my other books, I realised. And I got to wondering […]
Dead Blind a Week in Review and a Thank you.
Dead Blind launched on Tuesday and it’s been a busy old week for me and for Dead Blind. There have been some great blogger reviews out in the world as well as some blog posts for the blog tour, so I though I would do a brief round-up post here so you could catch up […]
Prosopagnosia (Face blindness) and Me by Andy Sutton
Today I am thrilled and honoured to have university lecturer (called a “professor” in the USA and elsewhere), Andy Sutton on the blog. Andy lives with prosopagnosia, also known in layman’s terms as face blindness. Andy is a UK male born in the early 1960s and is a father of two children. Today is publication day […]