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A ROUND TUIT

November 7, 2012

I mentioned in my previous post that I’d stepped aside temporarily from crime fiction to publish other work. The reason for the move is simple. The work was gathering dust in a desk drawer and had been doing for several years. That rendered the writing of it a pointless exercise.

The main thrust of the ‘new’ work was the Byland Crescent Saga. The first part, Requiem, is already available and book two of the series, Renaissance, will be out shortly.

That doesn’t mean I’ve finished with crime, not by any means. The seventh in the Mike Nash series, a double-header entitled Snow Angel  & False Witness, is about to be released in both paperback and Kindle (see latest books page), while the eighth, ninth and tenth manuscripts are already complete in first draft format, and I’m currently well over halfway through number eleven.

The vast amount of work completed or released over the past few months might help explain why it has taken so long for this blog to appear. Someone once bought me a circular coaster, which bore the inscription, “This is a Round Tuit.” Underneath was the comment, “You always promised you would do things when you got a round tuit. Now you have one.”

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