Fancy a spooky #Anglesey based thriller to read over the weekend? The Charter is only 99p / 99c for Kindle until 5th Jan. Don’t miss it!
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For anyone who has read my book, The Charter, or simply has an interest in shipwrecks, you might find this fascinating. I knew Charles Dickens had written a chapter of his book ‘The Uncommercial Traveller’ after visiting the wreck site, but I’ve not read it in full until today. Maybe because I’m so close to the story of the Royal Charter, but I find it really moving. Well worth a read …
The Charter is now also available as an audiobook
If you’re a fan of spooky crime tales, as a Christmas treat to you, the eBook box set of my first three novels, The Charter, Closure and Complicit is only £3.99 for the next few days on Amazon Countdown.
Go on … treat yourself!
Shipwrecks, gold and unexplained hauntings feature this week on the English Historical Fiction Authors blog – with ‘The Charter Giveaway’! A free signed copy and two eBooks up for grabs. Follow the links if you’d like to enter.
… this week in Suite T – blog site for Southern Writers Magazine – discussing the controversial issue of cross-genre in fiction.
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