Today I’m thrilled to welcome good friend, Jane Isaac to the blog to talk about her revision process. Jane lives with her detective husband (very helpful for research!) and her daughter in rural Northamptonshire, UK where she can often be found trudging over the fields with her Labrador, Bollo. Her debut, An Unfamiliar Murder, was […]
Recently Read – Beneath The Ashes by Jane Isaac
Beneath The Ashes by Jane Isaac Genre; Crime (police procedural) ‘A smart, intelligent and tightly woven police procedural with real depth of human emotion at its heart.’ Rebecca Bradley, Author of Shallow Waters An intense and gripping narrative style, perfect for fans of Gillian Flynn, S. J. Watson, Holly Seddon and Sophie Hannah The floor […]
Made To Be Broken – Available For Pre-Order!
I now have a release date for Made to be Broken. Thursday 30th June! Yes, in less than 4 weeks time, DI Hannah Robbins and team will be entering the world again. It’s a scary period for a writer, waiting for the readers verdict on a new book, but early reader feedback has been really […]
Cover Questions – An Unfamiliar Murder by Jane Isaac
Today I welcome Jane Isaac to the blog. Jane is a crime writer and has always been fascinated by what happens when extraordinary events touch the lives of ordinary people. For the most part, lives are relatively untouched by law enforcement. But she asks what happens if we are forced into such a situation? How […]
#BritCrime Programme Announced!
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the BritCrime event where several crime authors, myself included, were going to be online talking to crime fiction fans over the course of a weekend 11th-13th July. It’s held on Facebook as we thought it the easiest place as most people have Facebook accounts. If you haven’t […]
Jane Isaac on Writing From A Different Gender Point Of View
The bite-sized interviews are back! And this is something I’m really pleased about. They’re short and snappy and they’re not written format, they’re video, so they’re great fun to do and hopefully great to view. Today we have crime author Jane Isaac talking to us about what it is like writing from the opposing gender […]