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Just after Xmas, I was fortunate enough to be invited to BBC Radio Northampton to speak to Helen Blaby about my new book, Laugh Out Dead. Helen is an excellent interviewer and really put me at ease. You can follow … Continue reading
Greetings all! Happy holidays. After many rejections, I have finally decided to self publish my Urban-Smith cozy mysteries. LAUGH OUT DEAD is available on amazon in paperback and e-book, and on smashwords, Barnes and Noble, Kobo and apple as ebook. … Continue reading
A running gag in the Urban-Smith books is the proliferation of themed restaurants. In the course of the 1st 2 books, our protagonists have dined at surrealist Japanese restaurant, The Melting Lotus, Elizabethan theatre theme restaurant, Soliloquies, and Glaswegian cordon … Continue reading
As you will recall from the previous installment, Lieutenant Brock Dalton has just woken up following an incapacitating accident, which has left him in absentia from the neck downwards. Now read on…. Major McGranite sat in his office, reading the … Continue reading
The polls are now closed! The response has been overwhelming. The votes have been counted and, at the request of Bono, recounted and the results speak for themselves. A resounding victory for EVERYONE! And remember… your vote counts!
Following on from my previous article, and endeavoring to be as topical as possible, here is an extract from Intelligent Design; Book Two, which is currently in process. This scene leads on from What is Project American Quilt? * “OK, Major, he’s … Continue reading
Good God! The King of Rock and Roll vs. the Queen. Lets go!
How the mighty have fallen. It seems like only a few days since I posted I’m Number One! Wait a sec. It WAS only a few days. What on Earth is going on? That’s right, fellow bloglodytes. I googled myself … Continue reading
How many Rupert Harkers are there in the world?