I’m delighted to announce that my sixth novel, The Wax Artist, has now been released for sale. The book is available in ebook and format from a number of retailers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Apple Books. More information about the book, including buy links, is available here.
Tonight on Facebook I’ll be holding a virtual launch event between 8pm and 9.30pm GMT. Pop along for videos and chat about the book. After the event I’ll be sharing the video content across my social media platforms, so there will be a chance to catch up if you can’t make it. To join the event, just head here.
Thank you to you all for your support with this book; every like, every share and every book purchase is very much appreciated. It’s been great to hear from all of you who’ve said you’re looking forward to reading it, and I very much hope that you enjoy it.
I’m delighted to confirm that my next novel, The Wax Artist, will be released on 2nd December 2021 in e-book and paperback. If you follow my social media pages, you may have already seen the cover and blurb, but for those who haven’t I thought I’d put them together here!
So, without any further ado, I’m overjoyed to introduce you to the first book in my new series of mystery novels set in Georgian Edinburgh, and to my new protagonist, French émigré, psychic and amateur sleuth, Ailsa Rose. I hope you’re looking forward to the novel, and that you enjoy delving into Ailsa’s world as much as I have.
I’m very pleased and excited to announce that my next novel, The Wax Artist, will be published before the end of 2021. The hard work is ongoing behind the scenes to get the book ready and looking pretty for publication, and as with all my titles, it will be available as both an e-book and in paperback. I’ll keep my blog and social media feeds updated on progress, so keep an eye out for the release date, cover reveal and blurb reveal – all coming soon!
I’m really looking forward to sharing this story with you. The Wax Artist is the first in my new series of historical mysteries, set in early nineteenth century Edinburgh. This book was very much my pandemic project, and at times a real source of sanity and escapism for me when the going got tough. I sincerely hope you get as much joy from it as I did, and that you enjoy meeting a host of new characters and delving into their world for a little while.
It’s been almost two years since I last published a book, which for me is a long time between releases. I made the announcement about The Wax Artist last night on Twitter and Facebook, and was really heartened by the warm responses and interest I received. I’d just like to say thank you to all my readers for your patience and your support – it really means a lot.
Today I’m delighted to reveal the blurb for my forthcoming novel, The House at Kirtlebeck End:
I hope it has you intrigued! The House at Kirtlebeck End is a paranormal mystery/suspense novel, and will be available in ebook and paperback format on 2nd December 2019.
To celebrate the imminent release of my next book, my first contemporary novel Ethersay is currently 99p / 99c on Amazon Kindle. If you haven’t read Ethersay, you can check out the book’s description and promotional trailer here, and you can click here to pick up your copy.
Today I’m pleased to announce that my next novel, The House at Kirtlebeck End, has a release date! The book is scheduled for release in ebook and paperback format on 2nd December 2019.
The House at Kirtlebeck End is a paranormal mystery/suspense novel, set in a small fictional village in southern Scotland. The book also has a touch of inter-generational family saga to it, as it moves between the 1970s and present day to reveal one family’s otherworldly tale. This book is the culmination of almost two years of work from original concept through to finished product, and I’m really excited to share it with you soon.
Over the next week or so I will reveal the book’s cover and also publish the blurb on this site. In the meantime, if you’re on Goodreads please head over to the book’s Goodreads page and add it to your ‘to be read’ list.
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