Free help for Authors wishing to self-publish

I found this press release recently and I’ve toyed with posting it as it may simply be a vehicle to get money out of hard earned aspiring authors. I would suggest reading fully what is required of you to take part in the free advice section. It may be that you have to subscribe. Only do that once you’re sure they don’t want you to get into a monthly payment or one off. Unless you want to, of course. I entered into a similar website for photography. I haven’t paid anything and I do keep getting a few emails with … Continue reading Free help for Authors wishing to self-publish

The Dead Assassin (The Paranormal Casebooks of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle) by Vaughn Entwistle

1895. England trembles on the verge of anarchy, terrorist bombs are detonating around the capital, and every foreigner is suspected of being an enemy agent. In the midst of this crisis Dr. Arthur Conan Doyle is summoned to the scene of a gruesome crime that has baffled and outrage Scotland Yard’s best. A senior member of Her Majesty’s Government has been assassinated and the body of his attacker lies several streets away – riddled with the bullets that inexplicably failed to stop him from carrying out his lethal mission. More perplexing, the murder is recognised as man hanged two weeks … Continue reading The Dead Assassin (The Paranormal Casebooks of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle) by Vaughn Entwistle

Fans clamour for University Professor’s next steampunk novel

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Book Launch for Unseemly Science by Rod Duncan

Rod Duncan, who teaches Creative Writing at DMU, in Leicester, has attracted a growing fan base after the debut novel in his series – called The Bullet Catcher’s Daughter – was nominated for the prestigious Philip K Dick Award and earned plaudits from critics in the UK and the US. Continue reading “Fans clamour for University Professor’s next steampunk novel”

Wanderlust by Adam Millard

Press release: London, UK, 09/06/2015: London 1902. Renowned art thief and cat-burglar, Abigale Egars, is good at her job. Assisted by contraptions created by her tinkerer and mentor, Octavius Knight, she is a ghost, evading the Met at every turn. Unceremoniously abducted from her bed in the dead of night, Abigale learns that The Guild, an insidious and powerful organisation, has implanted a device in her head, a contraption that will administer poison directly into her system at the flick of a switch if she doesn’t do what they say. Blackmailed into stealing three priceless artefacts by The Guild, Abigale … Continue reading Wanderlust by Adam Millard

Author releases steampunk debut novel, The Vitruvian Heir

The Vitruvian Heir book cover
The Vitruvian Heir book cover

Boston, Massachusetts, February 14, 2015: New England author L.S. Kilroy recently released her debut novel, The Vitruvian Heir. A futuristic dystopian work with steampunk influence, The Vitruvian Heir touches upon intense social issues that will leave one thinking about it long after it’s been read. Continue reading “Author releases steampunk debut novel, The Vitruvian Heir”