Twitter, crime novels, library and Lee


My visit to Lee-on-the-Solent Library yesterday was great.  It's a lovely library built in the 1930's and recently refurbished, though I guess it's had many refurbishments since it was opened! There was a nice sized crowd, about twenty, which for a small library was good, and one gentleman, who is one of my followers on Twitter, had travelled many miles to hear me speak, which was really nice of him.  The rest of the people were from the local area.

I thought I'd post some photos of my talk. The next one I have scheduled is on 17 November at The Concorde Club, Southampton in aid of the Wessex Cancer Trust and is a lunch time talk. More details on my web site.

Thank you to Ann Davidson and Lee-on-the-Solent Library for organising my talk and to all the lovely people who came and bought my books.

Here I am reading the prologue from In For The Kill.











Me with some of the audience.  I'm showing how I work out plots and characters, which is in pencil, on scraps of A4 paper, tied together by a marvellous invention - the india or treasury tag!

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