Thursday, 10 September 2015

Echo of Death Now for Sale!

Echo of Death is now for sale and already has some nice feedback on Amazon. In the forthcoming weeks there will be a paperback version too.

I originally came up with the idea after years of watching programmes like The Avengers, The Persuaders, Randall and Hopkirk, etc. I loved them as a child and found they had not lost any of their charm when released on dvd years later. These shows had so many familiar faces although many of them were not well known names. Further investigation told me that a lot of the actors had passed away, some to my surprise a few years after filming the shows. Then one day I was working in Lower Hayford and saw Freddie Jones. Amazingly the children and I had watched him in an episode of The Avengers from 1968 the night before!

Shortly after this I began to write Echo of Death. A story about a one time successful actor now down on his luck who claims to have seen another actor alive and well in London. Only this actor, Dorothy Kite, was supposedly killed in a plane crash thirty years before.




Monday, 30 June 2014

Alex Lester Interview on BBC Oxford Radio

I am pleased to announce that I will be appearing on Alex Lester's BBC Oxford radio show on September the 11th. We will be discussing the books already on the market, my acting career and forthcoming novels. It will be available for a month afterwards on the iPlayer.

Friday, 9 May 2014

The Confessions of a Deliveryman 2 for 99p? Surely some mistake!!!


Now available on Amazon at a shockingly reasonable price of 99p.  I spoil you, I really do. The title will also be available on Kobo, Apple etc, etc in the coming weeks. Get it here

Links to all published titles

Here are the direct links to Amazon for all three books.

Confessions of a Deliveryman 1 - Here

Confessions of a Deliveryman 2 - Here

Echo of Death - Here

The Complete Confessions of a Deliveryman (paperback) - Here

Enjoy!

The Confessions of a Deliveryman 2

Happy to say that Confessions 2 is now selling as well as the first volume. Thanks to all of you who have supported the series. I may add a third volume in the new year. In the meantime I'll be focusing on Sladek and the Red Ripper so if you haven't already had a look at Echo of Death this is a good time. Come on you know you want to.

Thursday, 8 May 2014

The Story So Far

Now I have three books on the market - with over a hundred reviews on Amazon alone - I've decided I need to be a little more professional about what I do and how I plan to promote all forthcoming titles. I started the blog under the publishing name of Bally Books over a year ago, yet since its inception I have hardly updated it at all.

After the success of Confessions 1 I decided on a volume 2, which I am happy to say is now matching Volume 1 in terms of sales and positive reviews.

Despite positive reviews for Echo of Death however, a thriller that introduces Gerry Bosko, a second generation Pole police inspector based in London, this is doing less well. To be honest I half expected a slow start as this is a new market for me and a very competitive one. Nevertheless, like Bosko himself I'm a fighter and I don't give up easy!

I'm currently in the process of writing the first of a quartet of thrillers featuring another Pole (and again another police inspector!) called Sladek. The first book is set during the world cup in 1990 where Sladek discovers a link between child abuse and Westminster.

Another novel by the name of God's Will will also appear in the new year.

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Book Promotion!

Now Echo of Death is on the market I thought I'd do a little promotion. For the next few weeks the book will be on sale for a reduced price on the Kindle. For the whole of May it will be available for download for only 75p!

On June 1st the book will return to the normal price of £1.99. This promotion will only be available on the Kindle but don't forget the Kindle App can be downloaded onto most tablets so grab yourself a bargain and tell your friends!