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Monday, 22 May 2017

Demonic Battles

This is one of the stories within The Ultimate Phantasms in the Infirmary...

Demonic Battles
It was a cold and dark night on the wards of St Augustine. The wards were silent as the inpatient population slept with the trustworthy watchful eyes of the nurses looking after them to rely on.
The silence was broken by the odd cough and windy escape from the patients as they relaxed into a slumber. All was uneventful and calm.
Gail, who was on one of the night shift, sat at the nurses’ station with her knitting on her lap as she created another matinée gown for her next grandchild, labouring away on hot clicking knitting needles as she industrially, conjured up another masterpiece. The clicking of the needles was rhythmic as she twisted the wool around the sharp long spines as she “knitted and pearled” the garment into shape.
Louise, her colleague, sat in the dim light, reading her novel and automatically answering the occasional yes and no to Gail’s intermittent conversation, trying hard to concentrate on her book. As the couple sat aimlessly waiting for a call buzzer or a patient groan to attend to, there was an almighty crash from the end of the ward.
Gail hurled her knitting paraphernalia clumsily on the desk, in total disregard of dropping a stitch and braced herself for a dash down the corridor, Louise did the same.

‘What in heaven’s name was that?’ remarked Louise, surprised by the sudden clamour. They both simultaneously lifted up of their comfy seats, nearly crashing heads at the sudden start and headed towards the source of the disturbance.
Not a further word was said as the flashlights were switched on and they purposefully propelled themselves down the long, dark corridor, like two sentinels looking for a break-in, shinning the beam of light from one direction to another, trying to source the ruckus.
It was at that point that they both noticed a dim bluish light emanating from the patient in bed eleven. It was not the patient but something indistinguishable, something hovering over the head of the bed.
‘What the fu..?’ exclaimed Louise, chocked into not finishing her uncouth exclamation.
‘Oh my god, what is it?’ replied Gail but there was no answer from her colleague.
Both nurses were experienced night shift workers and had seen a lot over the years but they had never encountered anything like this before. The Bluish tinge was ill defined and was emanating from the wall, it was impossible to determine what it was but it stood out of the ordinary and seemed like a human form but only partially human, it seemed to be a floating torso that was focusing on the patient who lay helpless and seemingly asleep beneath the apparition.

Mr Warren, the patient on bed eleven, had been an inpatient for the last three days, was an elderly man who had been transferred to the surgical ward with acute bowel obstruction, undergone surgery and was now recovering.
So why was this “thing” picking on him? They wondered about this as they tried to make sense of the unbelievable spectacle that they now faced. It was unusual in every way and unearthly to the extreme, frightening and ghoulish. As they hurried toward the figure, it must have sensed the oncoming rush of the two staff members coming to the patient’s rescue and it deliberately turned to face them. Both ladies were now frozen to the spot, petrified at encountering this unearthly spectre. It was soul and ugly to say the least.
Sunken eyes within a now well defined angry face, mouth snarling and the eyes focused on the two innocent nurses. The eyes were evil and piercing. Its arms were outwardly reaching for the patient’s face, as if wanting to extinguish the poor man’s life, suffocation was possibly it’s intention?
Gail shone the strong beam of light straight at it and the result was to make the demonic appearance angrier as it swooped further into the ward from the wall that had previously housed it and it turned more definitively towards them, as if ready for battle.
‘Shit, what do we do now?’ exclaimed Louise as Gail went into automatic pilot… She was wildly flaying her arms about, shooing it away and nervously talking to it.
‘In the name of god almighty, leave the poor man alone’ ‘Go away, shoo you ugly bastard’ as she lashed her arms at it in quick succession, as if in an attempt to push it away from her patient.
This did not seem to have much impact as it now stood in front of them, no longer floating horizontally but standing up to them, vertically and slowly making its way towards them, threatening the custodians of the ward. Both nurses were now very afraid but they were there to protect their patients although no book in their respective training courses had ever prepared for dealing with demons or ghosts. This was new ground and it was a sharp learning curve they faced. To make matters worse, Mr Warren was now awake, shaking in his bed as he could see the battle between good and evil was being fought over him. ‘Please don’t let it take me away, I don’t want to go with it, please’ he cried.
Soon the whole bay of patients was awake from the commotion and although they were mostly elderly patients, they got up off their beds and rallied round their nurses. They threw pillows at it, kicked and hit out at this being. The makeshift teamwork was having an effect as it now seemed to be confused and lacked the previous malevolent focus it had demonstrated. This dark force was now looking around at all the participants, trying to hit back when suddenly it turned back and jumped through the solid wall where it had originally appeared and now thankfully disappeared. It was all very quick, from the furore and commotion to sudden silence. Louise and Gail shook as much as Mr Warren was shaking and quaking, firmly cocooned in his bed with the bed covers around him like a protective shield. The three battling patients, Mr Jackson, Mr Williams and Mr McIver, although slightly dishevelled and confused, had helped the staff in battle and had won. The dark matter that had battled with them had vanished. ‘I don’t know what that was dear but can we do something about not having them back again, my leg is killing me’ Mr McIver said. ‘So is my back’ replied Mr Williams. Mr Jackson was now sitting on the side of his bed and just said ‘that was the most exercise I have had in years, reminded me of the old days when I boxed in the army’. Louise and Gail smiled and thanked them all, helped them back into bed and made them all a warm drink to help them rest.

Mr Warren was a nervous wreck, unable to settle and wondering why he had been the target of this evil apparition. Of course there were no answers available at this point but they would of course report this and protect them all. Gail and Louise checked the patient’s observations and once satisfied there was nothing unduly wrong with them physically; they left the battling geriatrics and made their way to the nurses’ station to write their reports. As both baffled nurses worked their way to the office, they could not help but ponder on the events that had just taken part in. There were no explanations; there were no solutions or plans just questions. The main questions being what were that and what was it doing with Mr Warren?
They sat and sipped on a coffee that Louise had made them both and wrote down the reports. They read them and agreed that it did not make any sense but they had written facts, however hard to believe, they were facts.
‘Ghosts and ghouls should not feature on patient notes but this is an exception’ said Gail.
‘In all my years I have never felt so frightened, helpless and vulnerable’ she continued. ‘
Thank god the other patients came to our assistance, otherwise who knows what would have been the resulting outcome, brrrr, frightening’ Louise shuddered.
‘I’d better check on the old fellow, Mr Warren, poor old soul’ Gail said. Louise continued to pen her account and Gail made her way down the corridor of the ward. All was well, or so it seemed. Everyone was asleep and as she gently approached Mr Warren, she noticed he was still. He was more still than he should have been as she waited for his chest to rise and take a breath. This was never to happen again. Gail became very upset as she now felt for a pulse or any sign of life... He was dead. She shone her torch on the cold and lifeless corpse and noted his pallor and strangely distorted face, eyes fixed towards the wall where the spectre had originated from. Whatever the result of the last few minutes were, either it was too much for this frail elderly person to take or…. The demon had been back to reclaim the soul he had targeted.

Has this wet your appetite for more?
If the answer is yes, read on by clicking the link to my terrifying book.. The Ultimate Phantasms in the Infirmary

Things that go bump in the night

Hands up I'd you have never heard of a spooky hospital story!
I thought as much, not many.
We've all heard them and some may have even experienced some.

What about the other stuff you can't just quantity?

We've all had them... That shudder up your spine when something isn't just right.
That chill of fright that is especially strong at night.
The sudden noise or unearthly sight, especially strong in a hospital at night.

Hospitals are buildings full of pain, grief and death.
No other place brings us so close to our own mortality than these institutions.
Ghosts, hauntings, spectral activity and poltergeists galore.
Malevolent spiritual beings and the white angels alike.
Care to visit? Visiting times are now open but... Be brave, the stories will keep you awake and in a high state of alertness.
They are stories, myths and legends in a collection of books you will enjoy.

Phantasms in the Infirmary Vol I and Vol II plus a little more in the Ultimate Phantasms in the Infirmary is a collection of short stories involving spooky goings on in all hospitals.
It's set in one for the sake of the series but it does occur everywhere...

Check them out... If you dare by clicking here

See toy on the other side...!

Saturday, 20 May 2017

Anti-Lotto book

UK lottery is a staggering £22 millions.
Chances of winning are stacked against you...
Want a safe bet?
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On Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com now

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Thursday, 18 May 2017

Lottery winning formula

Legally Lucky is not a formula for winning millions, it is however a lovely story and it's on a kindle Countdown Deal from May 20th... So download it then

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Sunday, 7 May 2017

0.99 opportunity

0.99 for an entertaining read... Available on kindle now.
HILARITY IN THE HILLS
Check out the comedy and fun

Friday, 14 April 2017

Interview with C. P. Ridgeworth

This is a rare interview with Gibraltarian author Clara P Ridgeworth. She consented because we both originate from the rock, however I don't know her true identity... We will hopefully find out a little more about why.

Q: Thanks Clara, tell us a little bit about you.
CP : well, I am from Gibraltar, I have written 6 books and Clara P Ridgeworth is obviously not my name, this is a pen name solely due to the contentious nature of Battle of the three miles.

Q: Why have you taken these steps?
CP: I am am based in the North East of England but all my family remain back home in Gibraltar.
I do not want any reprisals against them from our neighbours, Spain, because the book may cause a little tension in an otherwise volatile environment, exacerbated by BREXIT.

Q: can you give us a synopsis of the book, Battle for the three miles?
CP: It is simply every Gibraltarians nightmare, spanish splinter groups, an invasion by Spanish forces and the ensuing battle for that peninsula we call home. It is a work of fiction but a little too close to the truth, especially now...
It takes place on Gibraltar National Day, to make it more poignant and centred on heroism, unity, brotherhood and conviction.

Q:is it anti - Spanish?
CP: No, not at all, quite the converse..
It is a political action thriller that may be a little off type for a woman to write but it's there and I needed to write it.
In reality, the he people of the Campo de Gibraltar all live quite well and freely, they are not to blame or involved in the violence, they unite against the oppressors, show solidarity, brotherhood and friendship.
The cause stems from Madrid and fascist feelings erupting into this. Like I said before, it is not far from the truth as to what is happening at the moment back home.
I would hate to add cause to this but again if I can inspire brotherhood and friendship that can extinguish any thoughts of this, then my job is done.

Q:I've read it and it's a great story but it must be difficult to promote it if you don't want to be recognised?
CP: this is a nightmare, I rely on others to push the book out to others.
I am on twitter with the pseudonym but other social media marketing is more difficult.

Q: Are you writing anything else now?
CP: I am, however under my normal author name. It is a comedy so different to Battle for the three miles.

Thank you and food luck with the book.
For those interested in getting a copy of Battle for the three miles... Click here

READ AND ENJOY.

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Sunday, 2 April 2017

NANNY STATE GOES OTT...

Harlow council posted something on Facebook about using the municipal dump instead of dumping stuff anywhere.... How ironic, given today's circumstances, no wonder people fly-tip!

Being a Sunday, the municipal dump gets busy, so the queue was long, so as I only had two items to dispose of, I parked my car on an area outside the municipal dump and walked to the gates.

As I to walk into the municipal dump with a couple of items I was be confronted by a security man, in a dump, ironic!!
What precious things was he guarding? Not sure but I accepted the presence of this person.

Anyway, he addressed me and stopped me and others going in because of 'health and safety'. He stated that no walk-in's were allowed. I was a walk in now.

Someone was run over last week apparently and therefore no walk-in's allowed.

I asked the individual to let me in for a moment (after all, I am able to follow green cross codes etc...) plus I was only two or three metres from the target destination and I would not be crossing a road or anything.. Again, I asked him to be reasonable.

He again asked me not to and when I argued, he then stated I was Queue jumping and if I did not like the rules not to use the facility.. I reminded him of a fact that I was paid for the use of this in my council tax.
He didn't care, he was there to blindly keep a rule that had no sense or substance to it and just be obstructive, unhelpful and a nuisance.

I walked away, despite the urge to leave him with the 6 foot broken blind and an old washing basket as an added adornment to the numerous piercings he sported. Alas, I didn't...

The sad ironic thing is this will increase fly-tipping and just because one individual was careless, the variables were stacked against him on the day, we now all had to suffer the 'little Hitler' enforcing unreasonable rules.

Was I aggrieved, what do you think?

Sunday, 19 March 2017

The Dental deranged...

“Killer dentists jailed for life” was the headline on the front of newspapers and internet feeds across the world.
Lambe, Collins and Brian had indiscriminately killed for their amusement and sick pleasure. They had managed to terrorise communities, for most of their time, undetected.
However the net had closed in on them.
All good things do come to he who waits and justice had prevailed. They had been held on remand whilst the case was built and this had been three months in the waiting.

The three ruthless criminals were in the dock, facing their destiny and comeuppance. 
Lambe and Brian were smirking and laughing madly at the crowd. They stole a defiant kiss from each other before being separated by one of the security men.
Collins was crying, wrecked by the life as a convicted   murderer that he now faced. They were now condemned criminals. Gone were the luxuries and trappings of the lifestyles they had been accustomed to, gone were the privileges and perversions.
Also vanished was the chance to harm anyone else in a dental clinic ever again... The judge, Mr Justice Bowles, said “take them down‟ in a stern voice that echoed across the quiet crown court that soon erupted in relief and jubilation from the gallery.
No one was more relieved than Dr Jessie Stark, the heroic dentist who had uncovered the sinister trio and although deaths aplenty had come about, she surely had prevented many more.
She had set off on her investigative journey on the back of the accusations of murder Jessie herself had to endure thanks to the malevolent trio. Now, society was safer and she was proven innocent. It had been no mean feat to establish a link between the otherwise sporadic murders and capture the evidence to ensure the net was cast over the killers.
She, Dr Jessie Stark, a dentist, had single handed, done what a whole department of detectives, trained in their investigative craft, had failed to accomplish. The press had revelled in the shocking story that had happened in the heart of middle England and sold countless copies of their periodicals on the back of society’s innate morbid curiosity. It certainly was an innovative and poignant story revealing the deficits and flaws in systems that should have safeguarded the victims as well as the errors of judgement from the authorities in their investigation of the crimes. Stephen Lambe, a.k.a. Adam Shaw and his fellow accomplices Felix Collins and Gemma Brian were found guilty for the deaths of nineteen patients, four Polish builders and the two dental health professionals that had lost their lives as a result of their psychopathic yet clever murderous spree.

They were the catalysts of death and mayhem. They had managed to inflict all this chaos and murderous acts via other people, innocent victims being dispatched by blameless perpetrators whilst they remained righteous and undetected. They were however not undetectable and this is where the resilience and strength of the wrongly accused Jessie Stack was needed. She was determined to go that extra mile and establish the truth. The serial killers had claimed countless lives and got away with it until she intervened. However, they had been caught now and all they had to look forward to was prison life.
A long time behind bars, they were to serve several concurrent life sentences in the penal system, obeying rules and paying society back for their monstrous misdemeanours.  This was going to be hard on at least Collins, he was weak.
Brian and Lambe would find it easier as they were more resilient and savvy but even so, their time could not be as easy as living in freedom and wanting for nothing. Their lavish and extravagant lifestyles of drunken debauchery, sex, fast cars and expensive trimmings that their dentistry practices yielded had now stopped.
All their assets were confiscated by the state. This included their houses, cars, jewellery and hefty bank balances. Now they had no lifestyle trappings other than what the state provided as part of their term of incarceration. What now awaited them was a very long stretch of time, paying back their evil deeds to society, imprisoned and ensuring the general public was safe from them. After all, the sentence was life imprisonment with a minimum of forty years before parole was considered. The three would be in their eighties by the time their freedom was ever considered. They were sent to separate institutions in the prison system, “category A” prisoners, hazardous and dangerous. They would probably never see each other again and yet the harshness of their impending fate was just a joke and another badge of honour for Lambe and Brian. Collins, the weakest of the three and more the follower than the leader was devastated. They were bundled into separate security vans and sent to their new destinations and their solitary cell to start off with, claustrophobic, cold rooms with dimensions approximately 6 feet by 8 feet in size until they were found safe enough to share a cell with someone else. The three serial killer’s freedom had been withdrawn, they would now have no status other than what they earned, no privileges other than those granted to them and rules in abundance to adhere to. Life would never be the same again. More reassuringly for society, they would be kept separate, never to meet or encourage each other into crime again.
They were divided and conquered.

Well so it seems but this is just the start of the follow up to Mental Dental (MBP).
It would be a pretty short novel if it was... Obviously there is more to "Obsession of the Damned" and you will just have to download a copy to find out more about what happened next and more...!

Deception, drugs, death and destruction by the Dental deranged.
All within this killer thriller sequel

Macabre tales of hospital, supernaturally

Fancy being a little scared?
Does the occult and the horror genre interest you?
If the answer to the questions is yes, then keep your appointment with Phantasms in the Infirmary... Visiting time is open on 23rd March for 1 weeks availability... At 0.99
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Thursday, 16 March 2017

Drift away in a book

Reflect on the trials and tribulations of the day. Need to unwind?
What better way than drifting away with the aid of a great story...

My latest book offers the reader the opportunity to engage with the main character, Dr Jessie Stack fight for justice.

Obsession of the Damned Is available to you on paperback and digital formats.
You can escape into the world of fiction with one click.
It's a powerful murder mystery detective story. A continued saga battling murderous dentists.

Want to try it?
Download a taster by clicking on the link here and start the adventure.

Thursday, 23 February 2017

Normality post murder

Obsession of the Damned starts with the aftermath of Mental Dental... Jessie Stack tries to return to the norm.
"The excitement she’d lived through and the limelight she had gained was not something she aspired to, solving murders was exhausting. Jessie was now a “Crime Busting Heroine” and although she wished to disremember the arduous months that had transpired she would never forget. People wouldn’t forget as society wouldn’t fail to recall the series of events and murders she had helped uncover and maybe she deserved this adoration but now all she wanted to do was blend in and disappear into mundane daily life"

Does she succeed or does something else happen?  Well obviously something else happened. There would not be a second book otherwise!

Download it and read it, it is a cracking book and I recommend it ...

Family fun in a short novel

Hilarity in the Hills

This is a fun book involving a family vacation and the lampooning that ensures a happy and different read.

If interested, wait a couple of days as it is on a kindle Countdown Deal from February 25th.

Yes, an opportunity to interact with your own copy for a measly £0.99 / $0.99.

Not a bad deal by a long chalk.

So why so cheap?
To be honest, I need the reviews and this is the best way to generate them.

So give an author a helping hand and treat yourself to this... Hilarity in the Hills.

 

Windy

Storm Doris is on the rampage... It's caused havoc everywhere,  including our back garden.
The photo is what's left of our posh gazebo!
The grandchildrens Wendy house has shifted and we also have a broken fence...  At least we are safe. 
An innocent lady was killed in Wolverhampton and the storm last weekend whilst visiting Gibraltar were worrying...  So much so,  we were on alert at the airport on the way home with the potential for our flight to be diverted or cancelled.
Global warming!

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Nail bitingly good odontophobia

How exciting!
How worrying!
Characters that come to life and kill...  Dentist murderers carefully crafted killings and seemingly undetectable until Dr Jessie Stack was implicated.
Decapitation, haemorrhagic horror..
Mental-Dental-Murder

Not only is it a bloody good story, it's only 0.99 on kindle at the moment.

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Download Mental Dental (MBP)

You would be bonkers not to download this.... Mental Dental (Murder by Proxy)
Price madness for a murder mystery and mayhem packed book

For those who have downloaded it... Read, enjoy and please spare a moment to write a review... Reviews makes more readers

Thanks folks

Monday, 13 February 2017

Cracking read only £/$ 99

A cracker of a special book
Mental Dental
The prequel to Obsession of the Damned and a fascinating read.
It's described as ingenious and I thank those who say so.
It is intriguing and different.

A digital copy on kindle is available for the next few days only.
Do you really want to miss this opportunity to read a good book?

If you want to capitalise on this click on the link above.
Once you have read it, give it your honest review please.

Sunday, 12 February 2017

That feeling...

That feeling of satisfaction and thanks when you check for downloads of your books and note more have been selected.

Extended readership... What writing books is about

Friday, 10 February 2017

Happy endings

Looking for a soppy book with a happy ending?
If your answer is yes...  Then please DO NOT READ Mental Dental (MBP) and Obsession of the Damned.

The first two books of the unfinished trilogy.
There is a heroine, she does survive, at least in these books but is survival a worse fate than death?

A cliche but significant in the novels.
Learn what transpires to Dr Jessie Stack.
Deal with what she has to deal with.
Survive through intuitive detection.
Live the characters as they come alive in the books....  And die!

Murderous crime from the unexpected. Horrifically different and an ingenious plot that runs through the series.

Book three is getting written... However if you miss out on the first two, you won't get it and regret it.

Navigate to Amazon and endeavour to find them.
This is the first piece of detection.
Next is to choose your weapon- digital or paper?

Digital is cheaper and quicker to acquire, enabling you to get detecting and solving the many mysteries.

Once you have read them, it will leave you hungry for more... And I promise you, it's coming.

The unholy trilogy will be completed.

Monday, 6 February 2017

Thrilled at the charts climbing book but need reviews

My killer thriller novel Obsession of the Damned is being read and enjoyed by many.
It's slowly becoming a 'must read' for thrill seekers and murder mystery genre aficionados.

It makes sense to read Mental Dental (Murder by Proxy) first but Obsession of the Damned is a great stand alone novel.

The 5 star review it has is well deserved but it needs more readers to leave a review.

Once these start to accumulate, more readers will flock to it and enjoy the complexity of the story.

Road find it...  Click here

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Embrujado

Fantasmas en el Hospital
Un libro garantizado de darle escalofríos y dejarles miedosos...

Historias cortas de Fantasmas y monjas de la muerte...

Escrito en español pare ustedes.

Heche un momento en descubrir este libro y leer con ganas.

Hospital embrujado

My creations

They may not be perfect but they are mine.
They have been written with the intent to make the reader think, drift away, engage with the plot and characters.
They are being read and this is what matters.
They are being enjoyed and this is important too.
Most of all,  they exist!

Having the guts to write down your ideas, the strength of conviction to follow your project through from inception to delivery.. Bravery to dare.

If you have a book in you,  write it.

The critics only encourage and the plaudits help to expand our efforts.

Being Author

Write, inspire, keep going....

Friday, 3 February 2017

Deep thinking

Take a look at @Author_man_ram's Tweet: https://twitter.com/Author_man_ram/status/827579895102447618?s=09

Cheeky Cheeseburger

Three days left to go to get your hands on this story tellers compilation.
0.99 only
Digital copies of a special book for the price of a cheeky cheeseburger....

The Ultimate ghost story collection

Thursday, 2 February 2017

Numbers....

999 meets 666
Only 0.99
4 days left
200 pages... Well 198 actually

Amazon Kindle Countdown Deal

4 steps... Click, read, enjoy and review... Simple

Thw Ultimate Phantasms in the Infirmary

Monday, 30 January 2017

Killing for Pleasure

Provocation... NIL
Murder driven by a sick and perverse end.
Mental Dental (MBP) and the follow up book, Obsession of the Damned, an eye opening series of killing and deep detection.

I guarantee you'll have never read something like this before.

Thursday, 26 January 2017

Contemporary Fiction

Fancy reading something new?  Something challenging and exciting?
Have a look at the range of stories available on my amazon author page.
There contemporary fiction to suit most tastes with clever plots and interesting characters.
Horror, crime, inspiration, comedy and hope are all to be found in the pages of my work.
Ideas that have been developed into a range of stories that are written for the 21st century.
From Legally Lucky to Obsession of the Damned and all in between...
Download, read and imagine.

Judging by the steady growth of the readership, my books are being enjoyed by more people every week... In digital and paperback format

Sunday, 22 January 2017

Interview with RPGBooks Author

Author interviews....
Here's the latest: 2017
Chatting about books, marketing, writing, publishing and media engagement. 

Friday, 20 January 2017

Healthy Mental Dental Duo

As an author, one puts one's feelings and ideas on paper for all to see...  Full exposure.
It is with great pride to see that Mental Dental (MBP) and Obsession of the Damned are doing really well.
Good reviews, good sales = increased readership... #Proud

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Que susto... FANTASMAS EN EL HOSPITAL

Mi libro está en venta en Amazon Kindle... Y solo cuesta 0.99
Por favor heche un vistazo y compré este gran libro llenito de historias de terror Fantasmas en el Hospital

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Harlow Heritage piece

Here's a @yourharlow heritage piece about living in Harlow.
I was asked to give an interview as to why I live here and what made me stay.
Harlow is a New Town in Essex that celebrates 70 years this year.

Enjoy the link

Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Flattered

Obsession of the Damned got its first review... 5 stars

'An amazing sequel to the brilliant Mental Dental (Murder By Proxy)"

By Heather Walsh on 16 January 2017
Verified Purchase
An amazing sequel to the brilliant Mental Dental (Murder By Proxy). A cracking good read with many unexpected twists that kept me gripped. This author is now high up on my list of favourite authors.

Thank you so much for your support and review Heather xx

Monday, 16 January 2017

First reviewer

Obsession of the Damned
My latest book and a great seller but needs to be investigated and reviewed.
Be the first to review the follow up to Mental Dental (Murder by Proxy)

Obsession of the Damned Is everything a good thriller should be... Clever, Original, intelligent, innovative and will guarantee to keep you on your toes throughout.

Read, enjoy and share your experiences with the world...

Sunday, 15 January 2017

Five stars again...

New 5 star rating review for Mental Dental (Murder by Proxy)

By Heather Walsh on 13 January 2017

Verified Purchase
This is the first book that I have read by this very talented writer. The storyline is incredibly intriguing and the characters well developed. This review is short and sweet because I have just downloaded the sequel Obsession of the Dammed and I want to get started on it right away. Fabulous book.

Thanks Heather xx

Saturday, 14 January 2017

Interviews

Interview today with @yourharlow about living in Harlow as a heritage piece and also about books, marketing and media... Will be posted on YouTube and will update when on.