May 2019

Another busy and incredibly enjoyable month with a wide range of projects working with both experienced authors and new writers facing the challenges and excitement of completing their first novel.

The month began with another of Tony Harmsworth’s brilliant sci-fi novels, The Visitor  and was followed by a young adult fantasy novel by a new author—details to follow when published.

John Carson’s first novel in the new Scott Marshall series Old Habits was next, followed by another young adult fantasy/sci-fi novel by new author Gail Griffiths—the first in a series which will be published soon.

The fabulous Mindslip, a psychologically disturbing science fiction novel, again by Tony Harmsworth was an emotional challenge, and then I completed the third in the new DI Hogarth mystery crime thriller series by Solomon Carter. The Secret Fear series is available now.

A third young adult novel for this month, set in Japan, Hazakura should be published soon—details when available, and then a short non-fiction work by Tony Harmsworth – The Moon Conspiracy Explained, available via the website Tony Harmsworth Website.

May ended with a disturbing memoir by Stephanie Jameson about a woman who survived a physically and emotionally abusive relationship Why Don’t You Just Leave Him? and another thriller involving abuse by Sharon M Thompson, to be published shortly.

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