A slightly belated update on the amazing novels I’ve had the pleasure to work on during April.
The month began with the second in Solomon Carter’s, soon to be released latest series featuring DI Hogarth, who as usual is in the thick of things – The Secret Dawn. The first series featuring DI Hogarth is available as a four-book set. The Darkest Series – DI Hogarth – Solomon Carter
This was followed by the first in a new detective series – more information when I have it.
A complete change of scene was the first draft of a memoir about the trials and tribulations faced by a young woman in her struggle to raise and keep her family of ultimately eight children together in a time of great hardship – updates on Agnes in Bloom nearer publication.
I then had the pleasure of working on a novella by Hilary Pugh, a first time author. This prelude to a new series is now available free via her website – Bagatelle – Hilary Pugh – FREE copy.
The brilliant sci-fi novel, Federation, by Tony Harmsworth will also be available soon – again, more details to follow.
Moira and Mammy travel to Vietnam in Michelle Vernal’s third novel in the O’Mara’s – Guesthouse on the Green series – available to pre-order now. What Goes on Tour – Michelle Vernal
And the month ended with the third in the revenge thriller series by Sharon M Thompson, also soon to be published. Secrets and Vengeful the first two in the series are available now.
A very busy and incredibly enjoyable month with such a wide variety of novels in several different versions of English and a wide selection of genres. I’m so lucky to be working with such lovely authors.
The end of February/beginning of March saw me working on the first novel in the new The Secret Fear series featuring DI Hogarth and set in Southend, written by Solomon Carter.
Next up was the twelfth in John Carson’s Di Miller series, Time of Death, followed by Secrets and Vengeful, the first and second novels in Sharon M. Thompson’s Australian revenge thriller series.
I then worked on an – as yet unpublished – autobiographical story of a young boy growing up in South Africa in the days of apartheid followed by Michelle Vernal’s beautiful tale, The Promise, a beautifully written story of romance and relationships across the generations in the Isle of Wight.
A sexually charged tale of life in the high-octane world of finance in the City, a sci-fi novel with a modern-day theme, and the second in the DI Hogarth series by Solomon Carter, The Secret Dawn completed the month.
April is just as busy with a line-up of detective stories, revenge thrillers, romance, sci-fi, and even a non-fiction work to keep me out of mischief.
Many thanks to all the wonderful authors I work with for making my work such a pleasure.
A quick but emotional read - reading about the cruelty to the dog was heartbreaking but this was a lovely tale of the love and healing that animals can bring to our lives.
I would have given five stars but for the missed typos - a few t...
I get the impression that this could be a nice story but I've had to give up after forcing myself to go as far as 15% of the way through. If this novel has ever been near a remotely professional editor then the author was conned.
Another very enjoyable story but with a few niggles, hence the four stars rather than five. Maybe it's because I was tired but the editing issues grated on me more than in the first story and, do people really generally believe that 'ear...