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Missing at Sea

08 March 2017 04:56 (GMT)

Hot off the press! Missing at Sea, the second book in the Anna Davies Mystery series is now available at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XFKJTV4/

Three years on from Egypt, Anna Davies embarks on her first cruise with best friend Sandra. A few days into the holiday they are woken by three blasts from the ship’s foghorn, indicating that someone has fallen overboard. A woman is lost at sea; the ship turns around to search for her, but she has disappeared into the night.

Was it suicide? Did she lose her balance and fall - or was there foul play involved? Did her husband push her? Would anyone be able to prove whether this was murder or an unfortunate accident?

What a perfect place to stage a murder!

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Adobe digital editions

04 March 2017 12:20 (GMT)

Recently adobe digital editions wouldnt recognise a purchase i made from Kobo.An error code came up when i tried to sign in to it.Although my Kobo app picked up the book when i accessed my library on my account.when i tried to download it nothing happened.The problem was solved by un-installing the Digital editions app rebooting then re-installing.Now as this works properly i copied the book to my Nook simple E-reader.For those that dont know, Kobo are the sole opposition to Amazon in the UK E-Book market.

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Times of Turmoil - Free Christian Fiction

03 March 2017 23:23 (GMT)

Times of Turmoil is the first novel of seven in my Christian fiction series, The End Times Saga and is currently free on Kobo & Nook.

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In this prequel to Times of Trouble and Times of Trial, we follow how the Evans family gained their riches and eventually their power to influence events in the United States. We see important events that the Evans family gets themselves involved in: such as the return of the Israelites to Israel, the assassination of President Kennedy, the terrorism of 9/11, and eventually events that lead to government tyranny in the United States with the sole purpose of destroying Christianity and its influence in the United States.

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Under the Ice: The Monkey's Paw revisited

26 February 2017 16:08 (GMT)

“Out at the edge of the ice, something dark appeared, rising from the water and then closing downward on the frozen surface. I squinted. And was sure it was a human arm.”

David and Bobby are a pair of twin brothers both in love with the same woman. But on a trip to Finland, the matter gets resolved in the worst way imaginable – Bobby drowns in the icy waters just outside Helsinki. Two years later, David is still in that city and living with Krista, when a supposed magic artifact comes into their possession. And when David makes a wish upon it, dark things from the past begin resurfacing. Things like old-time sins and misdeeds. Like guilt and awful memories.

And things like Bobby himself, two years drowned and trapped under the ice ... but still here with us.

A chiller in the tradition of ‘The Monkey’s Paw.’ Under The Ice was voted one of Horror Novel Reviews’ TOP TEN BOOKS of 2013.

“Under the Ice is a stellar tale … brilliant, well thought out and perfectly delivered by Tony Richards, who understands the balance that must be upheld between fantasy and reality. The story boasts numerous layers and a final curveball that’s going to leave readers pleased. Whether you opt to label this one a revenge tale, a ghost story or a zombie tale, matters not. It’s original, creative, and successfully blends all of the aforementioned classifications, wrapping a plethora of ideas into one novel. This is an excellent read, and you want to get your hands on it as soon as possible!” – Horror Novel Reviews.

“Richards conjures a wonderful atmosphere of cold and cold beauty, coupled with some wonderfully drawn characters. From beginning to end I couldn’t put this book down. The story powers along and is told with great style by an author at the height of his powers. He’s every bit as good as the best you’d care to mention. Download Under the Ice now. It absolutely cannot be missed!” – Matt Williams.

Interested? Here's the B&N Nook link.

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Dark Tidings - ancient magic meets the Internet - 99c

23 February 2017 15:45 (GMT)

Dark Tidings is book one of the spellbinding ‘Ancient Magic Meets the Internet’ trilogy. It's now available on Kobo and Nook for only 99c. Here's the blurb:

What happens when ancient magic meets the internet? One thing is certain, modern life will never be the same again.

A thousand years ago, a young thief, Tung, and a disgraced wizard, Madrick, are thrust together in an executioner’s dungeon. In the darkness, Madrick reveals an incredible secret about a legendary spell. The great spell helps them escape their prison cell... and eventually their century.

Catapulted into the present day, their lives collide with Michael, a computer hacker who plans to destroy the world’s largest bank. But sinister people are tracking their every move and they will stop at nothing to steal their spell.

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I hope some of you get the chance to check it out. Thanks for looking,

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How To Improve Your Writing: The Art of Creating Professional Fiction

01 January 2017 16:03 (GMT)

“Far too many would-be writers greet a problem with a weary groan and then give up. What I’m offering is a complete, holistic approach to writing that will see your work improve and hopefully become a little easier too. And I am throwing in a good handful of small techniques, little tricks, and other food for thought.”

Are you struggling to find your own voice as a writer? Or maybe you’re producing work, but few people are interested?

Learn the different ways you can suspend your audience’s disbelief. Discover techniques such as putting ‘markers’ in a reader’s mind, and how to put the influences round you to good use. Find out about pitfalls like the ‘false start’ to a story. Should you have a go at copying your favorite authors? Why ought you listen to your inner voice, and what exactly does that mean?

This book explains how the process of writing really works and helps you find your own way through it, with pages of analysis and serious advice, all gleaned from decades of professional experience and with examples from the best fiction of Stephen King and Susan Hill.

See this book on B&N Nook.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Tony Richards has spent forty years writing fiction for leading genre publications such as Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Isaac Asimov’s SF, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Weird Tales, Cemetery Dance, The 3rd Alternative, The Fontana Book of Great Ghost Stories, Armada Ghosts, and Midnight Street. His novels have been published by Pan MacMillan, Telos Publishing and Headline Books in the UK, and Schusters, HarperCollins, Tor Books and Dark Regions Press in the United States. His latest two – eighth and ninth – collections of short stories are currently in print, with a ghost novel out shortly and a new crime novel due in early 2017, and his work has been shortlisted for the HWA and British Fantasy awards.

“A master of the art” – Black Static magazine.

“Whether his story is set in a modern Canadian city or a remote location in Africa, you’ll see not only the sights and sounds, but also smell and taste the air. In short, you’ll be transported. Tony Richards always gets it right; whenever he’s writing about a place he’s convincing. And that’s what we call a writer’s writer” – editor and publisher John Pelan.

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