I love this image. It might just depict the funniest thing I’ve ever seen. If you can believe it, it is the wheelchair/pram access that was installed in a school I worked at. There is nothing fake about this image. Please, count the steps. Think about the geometry and physics involved here. I don’t think that the people who designed and installed it did.
Hello and welcome to the hub of my online presence.
I am a CWAP – a crime writing author publisher. That means I’m independent of any publisher. Being a CWAP, I do almost everything myself in the production of an ebook from conception of an idea through to formatting and uploading the finished article to ebook retailers. Two things I don’t do are the cover art and the proofreading. These are outsourced to professionals in their respective fields thus ensuring that the finished item to appear on your ereader is a product of quality, in technical terms at least.
So far I have written thirteen full-length books in three different series: The Romney and Marsh Files – British police procedurals set in Dover, Kent (7); The Acer Sansom novels – international thrillers (4) and my Booker & Cash stories – private detective tales set in the south of England (2). I have also written a book of three short stories – one in each of my three series. For more information on any of these titles and for links to both Amazon UK and Amazon US please see the series links in the header above.
In December, 2016, I released Cold Kills, which is a stand alone novel unconnected to any of my three series. You can find out more about this by clicking on Cold Kills in the header menu.
I also blog regularly about my journey and experiences as a CWAP. Clicking on the ‘Writer’s Blog (aka Diary of a CWAP)’ link in the header above will take you to the latest blog-post.
I sincerely welcome the opportunity to communicate with readers of my books, so if you are one with something to say, please get in touch here or on one of my social-media sites. Links can be found in the sidebar of the ‘Writer’s Blog’ page.
Thanks for looking.